CIMB Islamic Bank’s rider entrepreneur scheme empowers B40


CIMB Islamic Rider Entrepreneur. All 33 candidates were presented with a new motorcycle each, complete with helmet and raincoat. Foodpanda registration fees of RM150 and the first year’s motorcycle registration were also covered as part and parcel of the programme.

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Islamic Bank Bhd’s commitment to empower the asnaf and B40 communities saw it recently organising a motorcycle handover ceremony for the first batch of 33 participants of the CIMB Islamic Rider Entrepreneur Programme.

“Supporting Bank Negara Malaysia’s iTEKAD umbrella of initiatives aimed at contributing to the economic empowerment of the asnaf and B40 communities, the programme was run in collaboration with Yayasan Belia Malaysia (YBM), Taylor’s Community and online food delivery service provider foodpanda,” it said in a statement on Monday.

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