Bank Rakyat’s 5-year plan to turn it into a ‘sustainable bank’


Noripah was named The Most Influential Woman in Islamic Business and Finance at the WOMANi Awards 2019 held recently in Dubai.

WHILE many may think otherwise, Bank Rakyat chairman Datuk Noripah Kamso does not see a glass ceiling in the financial services industry, let alone the Islamic finance sector.

“Islamic finance is not a faith-driven thing. It means business or commercial so you just need to be performing, whether you are an Islamic individual, man or woman. It is for everyone, ” she said.

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