Exim Bank ties up with DNeX

Exim Bank president and chief executive officer Datuk Nazri Abdul Rahim(pic) said: “The collaboration with DNeX is in line with efforts to meet our mandate in stimulating and enhancing the competitiveness of Malaysian industries for exports and investments globally via the provisioning of internationally and domestically competitive banking and insurance products and advisory services.

KUALA LUMPUR: Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Bhd (Exim Bank) has entered into a collaboration agreement with Dagang Nexchange Bha (DNeX), through DNeX’s subsidiary company SealNet Sdn Bhd, to offer its trade finance and insurance products and services online for the trade facilitation and logistics community.

Under the agreement, financial and insurance products and services provided by Exim Bank will be integrated into the SealNet portal, and is expected to go live by mid 2020.

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