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  • Green Lane Policy

    Realising that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play a significant role in the economy, the Government has put in place various strategies and incentives to encourage SMEs to undertake high-value added activities such as innovation, design, and research & development (R&D).

  • GST Notice

    Dear Valued Customers,

    With effect from 1 April 2015, the Goods & Services Tax (GST) at the rate of 6% will be imposed to our fees and charges where applicable, in accordance to the Goods & Services Tax Act and related GST laws. The Bank has registered on 25 August 2014 with GST Registration No. 001136066560.

    Kindly be informed that our relevant Facility Agreements / Terms and Conditions of the Facility / Service will be amended to incorporate the following GST Clauses:

    Where Goods and Services Tax (“*the GST**”) is applicable to any services or provision of the financing provided by EXIM Bank under this Letter of Offer/Agreement, the Borrower shall pay to EXIM Bank, upon demand and on the basis of full indemnity, an amount constituting the applicable and prevailing rate of the GST chargeable. Payment by the borrower of the GST shall be an additional condition precedent to any disbursement or utilization of the Facility.*

    The term “**the GST**” means any tax payable on the supply of goods, services or other things in accordance with the provisions of the GST Law and the term “GST Law” means the Goods and Services Tax Act 2014, subsidiary legislations, statutory orders and regulations governing the application of GST, as amended from time to time.

    We thank you for your continuous support and should you require more information on GST, please refer to the links below or visit the Royal Malaysian Customs Department website at www.gst.customs.gov.my 

  • Guideline For New SME Definition

    Issued by: SME Corp. Malaysia Secretariat to the National SME Development Council

  • The Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA)

    Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) appreciates the extraordinary value of data, and we know how important data protection is to anyone, regardless of whether you are individual or a multinational corporation. Accordingly, we constantly work hard to keep all information and data entrusted to us secure.

    The Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) was passed by the Malaysian government to regulate the use and processing of Personal Data in commercial transactions by various types of business entities. As part of our exercise to comply with the PDPA, this policy will explain to you how we process the Personal Data that we collect and what your rights are in relation to how your Personal Data is stored or used.

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  • Islamic Banking

    Islamic banking refers to a system of banking or banking activity that is consistent with the principles of the Shariah (Islamic rulings) and its practical application through the development of Islamic economics.

  • Credit Insurance
    short-term and medium/long-term credit insurance

    Credit Insurance is an insurance policy that covers non-payment resulting from the delivery of goods or services due to commercial and/or political risks. The insurance is targeted to business entities to insure their accounts receivables from losses due to non-payment by the overseas buyer due to economic casualty or insolvency.

  • Conventional Banking
    cross border financing

    Conventional Banking refers to business activities or an institution for receiving, lending, exchanging and safeguarding money and in some cases issuing notes and transaction other financial businesses in order to earn profit.

    Conventional Banking
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