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Malaysian jailed 36 months for illegally bringing in RM35.5mil cash into Singapore

SINGAPORE: Hoping to earn some easy money, a Malaysian man agreed to help an Indian national deliver various amounts of cash to persons in Singapore.


Singaporeans beginning to buy less ringgit as currency strengthens

SINGAPORE: The rise in the ringgit against the Singdollar has sent demand for the Malaysian currency plunging at some money changers in Singapore.


Jail, cane for three Malaysians involved in Singapore gang robbery

SINGAPORE: Three more members of a group of Malaysians who took part in a 2014 heist involving more than S$600,000 in cash in Aljunied Crescent were sentenced to jail and caning on Tuesday.


Domestic money services business to grow 10%

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's money services business (MSB) industry is expected to grow by 10% to RM130.35 billion this year, up from RM118.5 billion in 2016, mainly lifted by growth in the wholesale currency business.


BNM raids five premises for suspected money laundering

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) swooped on five premises in three states on Aug 17 for suspected money laundering while relevant documents, cash and foreign currencies were seized.


Workers opt for greener pastures

JOHOR BARU: Most 24-hour Indian Muslim restaurants here are having problems hiring workers from India as they are more interested to work in the Gulf countries.


Dialog 'buy', Bison 'market perform', Gas Malaysia 'hold'

ONGOING construction works being undertaken by Petroliam Nasional Bhd for the surrounding Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex, have reached up to 54% completion stage.


Use only licensed fintechs

THE wave of fintech start-ups sprouting up across the globe is good news.


Bank Negara kicks off fintech sandbox

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has approved four firms to operate within its “regulatory sandbox”, marking a significant milestone in the growth of financial technology (fintech) in Malaysia.


Stock on the Move: Bison charges higher

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of convenience store operator Bison Consolidated Bhd rose 16 sen or 8.21% to RM2.11 on news the company is expanding into new market segments and countries.