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Unfair to remove defaulters from blacklist, PTPTN told

PETALING JAYA: The blacklisting of PTPTN defaulters should be maintained because removing them is akin to punishing those who have been faithfully repaying their loans, say other National Higher Education Fund Corporation borrowers.

Maszlee: Give us more time

PUTRAJAYA: National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) borrowers earning less than RM4,000 a month will have to continue paying their loans for now until the Government has worked out a way to fulfil its manifesto pledge.

Finology-Tropicana tie-up likely

PETALING JAYA: Finology Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian fintech company formerly known as Loanstreet Sdn Bhd, is close to launching a credit scoring pilot solution for one of Tropicana Corp Bhd’s upcoming property development project, said sources.

Bank Negara encourages the public to monitor their credit standing

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara has encouraged the public to register with the online Central Credit Reference Information System (eCCRIS) to enable them to access the personal report of their credit standing at their convenience.

Customise guidelines for home loans, please

BANK Negara Malaysia has been urged to look into setting specific guidelines for home loans in every state and not use one as a blanket rule for the whole country.

Bank Negara launches free central credit info platform for public

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia has launched its free online platform for the public to access their own central credit reference information system (CCRIS) report, anywhere at their convenience.

ABM: Banks follow stringent procedures in approving loans

KUALA LUMPUR: Loans approved by banks are assessed stringently and in accordance to their internal approving guidelines and procedures, according to the Association of Banks Malaysia (ABM).

Malaysians will soon be able to do credit check online via CCRIS

KUCHING: Malaysians will be able to track their financial credit position from the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS) via the Internet soon, said Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) Link and Regional Offices director, Datin Arlina Ariff.

How to improve your credit score

KNOWING your credit score by heart is not as popular in Malaysia as it is in some other countries, but it is definitely gaining traction.

Many resort to borrowing from ah long because of difficulty to get bank loans

From A YOUNG READER, Kuala Lumpur