AKPK ready to offer assistance to troubled SMEs and households


AKPK CEO Azaddin Ngah Tasir (pic) said the agency is ready to take up the new mandate and has even put together its new vision and mission to reflect this change.

PETALING JAYA: In the 15 years since Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) was established by Bank Negara, it has helped almost 1.2 million individuals with financial advisory and assisted 34,000 participants in its debt management programme (DMP) to settle RM1.5bil of debts.

“On the preventive side, nearly seven million Malaysians had benefitted from AKPK’s various financial education interventions since its establishment, ” it said in a statement.

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