BSN expects SSP deposits to hit RM3bil by mid-2016


PETALING JAYA: Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) expects to rake in RM300mil in deposits for its Premium Savings Certificate (SSP) next year and total deposits for SSP to reach RM3bil by mid-2016.

Deputy chief executive for business support, Ahmad Latfan Mohd Amran said the bank was confident of achieving these targets, despite the unfavourable economic situation.

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