Case Study Of MB-Principal Asset Management Berhad

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MB-Principal Asset Management Berhad (CPAM) is established in 1995. It is an asset management company with regional investment capabilities. CPAM is now one of the largest asset management companies in Malaysia with regional footprint covering Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore. CPAM is owned by the CIMB Group. CPAM is located in Jalan Semantan, Damansara Heights with total number of 300 employees. It manages customized portfolio mandates for corporations, institutions, as well as government and pension funds and also manufactures and distributes a complete range of unit trust funds. It offers expertise ranging from equity, cash management, fixed income and Shariah-compliant fund management.
Islam has its own work ethics concept. The Qur’an
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One could continue to add predictors to the model which would continue to improve the ability of the predictors to explain the dependent variable, although some of this increase in R-Square would be simply due to chance variation in that particular sample. The value of 21% may increase if the researcher using all the 14 items in the religiosity and job satisfaction. Meanwhile, the adjusted R-Square attempts to yield a more honest value to estimate the R-Squared for the population. The value of R-Square was 0.218 while the value for Adjusted R-Square is…show more content…
Sometimes, the organization and employees face problems such as cultural issues while conducting business, but if an organization supports IWE, it will decrease this problem because the work ethics of Islam is applicable for all Muslims and non-Muslims. IWE is also beneficial for corporate bodies because employees will be more committed to their works and as a result, organization performance will improve. Aside from that, IWE will also be helpful in controlling the problem of workforce

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