You have searched for "bank negara"

Showing 1-10 of 143

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Bank Negara holding roadshows to promote online banking

BANK Negara Malaysia (BNM) will use a three-pronged approach to accelerate the country’s migration to e-payments.


Penang wants to discuss high loan rejection rate with Bank Negara

Penang's State Housing Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo (pic) wants a discussion with Bank Negara following a joint motion by the state government and the state opposition to address the high loan rejection rate of first-time home buyers.


Admire art on banknotes at Bank Negara exhibition

Money changes hands so quickly that people often overlook the finer details and beauty of banknotes.


Bank Negara urged to ease conditions for first-time house buyers

A STATE exco member has urged Bank Negara Malaysia to consider giving flexibility to first-time home buyers in repaying bank loan.


New financial mobile apps

BANK Negara Malaysia has introduced three new mobile applications to facilitate financial consumers in making informed financial decisions. The mobile applications are MyBNM, BNM MyLINK and MyTabung.


Bank Negara records higher use of electronic fund transfers and a decline in cheque usage

MORE people are turning to electronic funds transfer services to perform financial transactions.


Long queue for special coins worth it

RETIREE Jang Eng Koon braved the rain to get commemorative coins issued by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to mark the 50th anniversary of Yayasan Sabah.


An outing to learn about money

ALLIANZ Malaysia Berhad brought 40 children on a fun visit to the Bank Negara Museum and Art Gallery in conjunction with Global Money Week 2017 celebration.

Metro News

Special coins to mark 60th year

THE National Archives is marking its 60th anniversary with a pair of commemorative coins.

Metro News

Lower rate to remit money under joint effort

JOHOR BARU: The average cost of remitting funds in Johor Baru has been brought down to 2% from 3.3% over the past two years under a joint effort by the World Bank and Bank Negara Malaysia.