Public Bank’s proactive measures enable SMEs rebuild businesses


Ensuring SMEs’ continuous access to financing is vital and despite the tough operating environment, Public Bank has approved more than RM12.7bil of financing to more than 50,000 SMEs since the beginning of the pandemic.

KUALA LUMPUR: Many SMEs are now steadily building their business momentum to capitalise on the reopening of the economy following the financial assistance offered by Public Bank throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a statement on Monday, Public Bank said SMEs have continued to adapt to the new normal posed by the pandemic while the reopening of the economy, including the resumption of interstate travel, have enabled them to rebuild their businesses.

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