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IJM Corporation Berhad
Q1. What does IJM stands for?
A1. "I" stands for IGB Construction Sdn Bhd, "J" stands for Jurutama Sdn Bhd, and "M" stands for Mudajaya Construction Sdn Bhd. These three companies were merged to form IJM.
Q2. When was IJM formed?
A2. IJM was formed on 16 July 1983 under the name of Solidstate (M) Sdn Bhd. The present name was adopted in 1989.
Q3. What business is IJM involved in?
A3. IJM's core businesses are construction, property development, manufacturing and quarrying, oil palm plantations, toll concessions and port operations.
Q4. Who owns IJM?
A4. IJM is a public company (limited by shares), and there are more than 7,500 shareholders in IJM. The largest shareholder holds about 15% in IJM.
Q5. How is IJM managed?
A5. IJM is managed by experienced professionals from varied backgrounds, and none of the Directors or senior executives has any significant ownership in IJM.
Q6. What securities are issued by IJM?
A6. Ordinary shares of RM1 each and listed on the Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (Bursa Malaysia).
Q7. What is the financial year end of IJM?
A7. 31 March.
Q8. When and how often is the financial performance of IJM made known?
A8. Within two months of every quarter, the financial results will be released to the public through the Bursa Malaysia and posted to our website at
Q9. Has IJM reported any losses since its formation?
A9. No, IJM has been reporting operational profits since its formation.
Q10. Are dividends distributed to shareholders?
A10. Yes, dividends have been distributed to shareholders since the beginning, and dividends were paid twice a year, where practical. You may also view unclaimed dividends from our website.
Q11. What is the workforce like in IJM?
A11. There are more than 4,000 employees working in IJM.
Q12. Has any IJM staff being retrenched?
A12. No, IJM did not retrench any staff since its formation.
Updated: 06 Apr 2015