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Restructuring loan repayments

COME forward to discuss and the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) can restructure your loan repayment.


Bank Negara: Use DSR, financial margin to measure household debt

PETALING JAYA: The debt service ratio (DSR) and financial margin should be used to measure household debt, according to Bank Negara’s 2016 annual report.


Second-class honours grads have to repay PTPTN loans

A TOTAL of 2,643,734 students have taken loans amounting to RM48.6bil from the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) since it was formed in 1997, says Deputy Higher Education Minister Datuk Dr Mary Yap.

Whats Your Status

Why it’s vital to pay back student loans

Besides pushing graduates to repay their debts, PTPTN also encourages parents to save for their children’s education.


Putting a roof over their heads

PETALING JAYA: At least 15,000 Malaysians, who were unable to secure bank loans after successfully applying for 1Malaysia People’s Hou­sing Programme (PR1MA) hou­ses, will now get their homes thanks to a special end-financing scheme.


Dr Wee: Pay PTPTN loans today for students of tomorrow

PETALING JAYA: Defaulters of National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) study loans have been urged to repay their loans for the benefit of future students.


It pays to know your credit status

From AIMIR MA’ROF, Kuching


RCE Capital continues to attract investors

PETALING JAYA: Investor interest in RCE Capital Bhd continues to build up following the release of a strong set of first quarter financial results in August.


How PTPTN discounts can backfire

SOMETIMES, good intentions can have unintended consequences. For example, when seat belts were first made mandatory in the United States, the injuries sustained during a car accident were less critical, because seat belts were effective in protecting the drivers.


Short position

A BERNAMA report noted this week that some 1,574,700 borrowers who failed to repay their National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans, totalling RM32.07bil, have been listed in the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS).