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THE Kuala Lumpur Standard Chartered Marathon (KLSCM) will be held virtually for the second year in a row due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
BANKS are building up not only their own resilience but also preparing their customers for financial resilience rather than reliance.
Survey shows firms laud opportunities here
AGAINST an evolving outlook on Covid-19, banks are facing the challenge from this crisis head-on, with a focus on providing flexible loan repayment and restructuring packages with speedy approvals.
PETALING JAYA: As part of its knowledge-sharing initiative featuring key industry players and thought leaders, the Export Excellence Awards (EEA) 2021 is hosting a webinar on July 29 at 3pm, titled Export and Investment Across Trade Corridors
KUALA LUMPUR: Pharmaniaga Bhd has taken up a financing facility from Standard Chartered Malaysia for the import and distribution of Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines to the public and private sectors.
DIGITALISATION is enabling businesses to connect to suppliers and clients in new and more direct ways, while customers are demanding more of a real-time experience.
IN line with the accelerated drive towards digital adoption, banks are investing and building new capabilities to be more productive.
KUALA LUMPUR: As the small and medium-size enterprise (SME) sector picks up the pace again following the pandemic, Credit Guarantee Corp Malaysia Bhd (CGC) and Standard Chartered Malaysia are extending a helping hand by making available RM70mil in financing to provide SMEs with working capital. Under a portfolio guarantee (PG) agreement, the financing facility is expected to help ease the burdens of SMEs and sustain their business as they recover from the effects of the pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Bhd (CGC) and Standard Chartered Malaysia have launched a RM70 million financial tranche to provide small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with working capital, bringing the total amount of tranches jointly launched by both parties to RM1.71 billion.