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  AKPK
  Credit Bureau
  ABM
  PIDM

 
As the central bank of Malaysia, Bank Negara Malaysia is entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining the country’s monetary and financial stability as well as the overall economic development of the nation.
 
Visit Bank Negara for more information about Bank Negara Malaysia.
BNM LINK represents one of Bank Negara Malaysia’s important points of contact with the general public to facilitate a rapid and effective response for members of the public and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in matters related to the financial sector.
 
Visit BNM LINK for more details about the bureau.
 
Insuranceinfo provides information on the different types of insurance products available for Malaysians as well as advice related to insurance.
 
Visit insuranceinfo to learn more.
 
A user-friendly website targeted at school children that teaches them how to be smart with money.
 
Visit DuitSaku for more details.
SMEinfo is a one stop information portal for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). It provides information on all aspects of SME development, including financing, advisory services, training programmes, business and networking opportunities.
 
Visit SMEinfo for more details.
Established under Bank Negara Malaysia, the Credit Bureau essentially collects credit information on borrowers and, in turn, furnishes the credit information to lenders who have provided the data. As individual, you may also check with your credit record maintained by the Credit Bureau.
 
Visit the Credit Bureau to learn more about the bureau.
 
The Foreign Exchange Administration provides users with information on latest policies and guidelines with regards to foreign exchange related matters. Application forms and online registration are also available for the convenience of users.
 
Visit the Foreign Exchange Administration to gain in depth information about our country's foreign exchange policies.
The Financial Mediation Bureau (FMB) is an independent body set up to help settle disputes between you and your financial services providers. These disputes may be banking/financial related as well as insurance and takaful related.
 
Visit FMB for more details about the bureau.
AKPK is an agency set up by Bank Negara Malaysia that offers credit counselling services, money management advice and consumer financial education as well as debt management programmes.
 
Visit AKPK to find out more about their services.
 
PIDM administers the deposit insurance system and protects depositors in the event a member instituion is unable to meet its obligations to depositors.
 
Visit PIDM to know more.
 
ABM is primarily aimed at facilitating a conducive banking environment, promoting orderliness and ethical banking practices amongst banking institutions in Malaysia.
 
Visit ABM to find out more.
 
Related Information

Bank Negara Malaysia

Credit Bureau

Credit Guarantee Corporation

The Malaysian currency
 
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