Press Release
August 10, 2017

PAHANG, Thursday (10 August 2017) - As part of its CSR environmental program, EXIM Bank will be disseminating a myriad of information about the elephants, its characteristics, the natural habitat and the issues In educating the public and creating awareness about Kuala Gandah National Elephant Conservation Center (NECC).

Working hand-in-hand with Position Periwity, Kuala Gandah NECC and the media, EXIM Bank has redesigned the look of Kuala Gandah NECC information center and has taken up a series of public awareness advertisements from 8 August to 12 August to coincide with the World Elephant Day on 12 August 2017.

During the World Elephant Day is Saturday, various activities are being planned by the Kuala Gandah NECC, which includes coloring contest, 'elephant skiers', elephant talks, treasure hunt and smartphone photography contest. The public are invited to visit Kuala Gandah NECC and the entrance is free.

Elephants are among the world's most intelligent, sensitive animals and possess both empathy and self-awareness. They live in close family groups that are now being torn apart by increasing number of threats caused by human activities. Their natural habitats and migrations have been fragmented by development and industrial mono-crops such as palm oil and rubber trees plantations which have destroyed millions of hectares of forest ecosystems. 

Elephants are very important to humans and animals because they make ecosystems and make it possible for a myriad of plants and animals species to live in those environments as well. The loss of elephants gravely affects the biodiversity of the environment and the major causes of chaotic habitat. To lose the elephants is to lose an environmental caretaker.

The event was kicked off by showcasing EXIM Bank's Contributions at Kuala Gandah NECC which was launched by EXIM Bank's Chairman, YBhg. Datuk Mat Noor Nawi. Among the initiatives taken up by EXIM Bank is the refurbishment of Kuala Gandah NECC Information Center with up-to-date information and facts about the elephants in poster size medium, newly designed Welcome Board and visitor's pamphlet in dual language and the recent donation of a Prosthetic leg for a handicapped female elephant named 'Selendang'.

Also present at the launch, was En. Nasharuddin Othman, Head of Kuala Gandah NECC and EXIM Bank's Management Committee members. This initiative marks yet another milestone in EXIM CSR projects moving forward.

June 14, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday (14 June 2017) – The bliss of Ramadan Kareem is not just about abstaining from food and drink; in fact, it is the getting together with one’s family for Buka Puasa and performing prayers afterwards that makes it whole, or complete. While most of us are fortunate enough to be able to spend Ramadan with our families, there are some who have never had the opportunity to do so. It is with that thought in mind Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) organizes its annual Iftar Programme for 60 orphans from Pertubuhan Kebajikan dan Bimbingan At-Taqwa.

Founded in 2011 and located in Taman Putra Perdana Puchong, Pertubuhan Kebajikan dan Bimbingan At-Taqwa is currently a home to about 60 orphans, aged between 5 to 18 years old. This home derived its source of income solely through donations from corporate companies, public donations as well as income from few of its residents in the surrounding area to sustain their monthly expenses.

Speaking at the event, Dato’ Agil Natt highlighted that this Iftar Programme is an annual event organized by the Bank to celebrate the underprivileged children and at the same time to contribute for their Ramadan and Raya preparations. “This event has become a tradition for EXIM Bank in the holy month of Ramadan and we look forward to celebrate many more occasions with orphanages and share the company’s success by giving back to those in need,” said Dato’ Agil Natt.

During the event, the 60 deserving children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan dan Bimbingan At-Taqwa received ‘Duit Raya’ from EXIM Bank while a RM10,000 cheque was handed over to the welfare home for their up keeping and daily expenses. EXIM Bank also contributed RM3,000 to Masjid UTM. Apart from the contribution, the children were also given school bags courtesy of EXIM Bank. The contribution was presented by Y.Brs Puan Norzilah Mohammed, President/Chief Executive Officer of EXIM Bank, witnessed by Y.Bhg. Dato’ Agil Natt, Director of EXIM Bank.

This year the event was held at Masjid UTM, Kuala Lumpur attended by EXIM Banks Board of Directors, Management Committee, EXIM Bank staffs, members of the Media and local residents.

The evening tapered off with the Muslims performing the Isya’ and Terawih prayers as sign of gratitude and respect for the holy month.

April 26, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday (26 April 2017) – Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) in collaboration with Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia Berhad (CGC) today invited a group of 171 orphans from Madrasah Hashimiah (MH) to spend a fun-filled day at Zoo Negara.

Madrasah Hashimiah (MH) located in Selayang is home to more than a hundred Rohingya children whom are refugees aging from 4 years old up to 18 years old. This home derived its source of income solely through donations from corporate companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), charitable organizations, zakat and personal donation to sustain their monthly expenses.

The idea to bring these children for a visit to Zoo Negara was a heartfelt intention to give an opportunity for them to experience outdoor activities and at the same time to gain knowledge on the preservation and conservation of animals at Zoo Negara. The children were taken around Zoo Negara for a tour by zoo tour guides, educating them on types of animal species and the importance of these animals to the ecosystem. They were also treated to a show performance by a pair of Macaw Birds which was sponsored by EXIM Bank.

Earlier in the year, EXIM Bank had also donated to Madrasah Hashimiah (MH) to purchase household items and food supplies for the upkeep of the home.

This first ever collaborative effort between the two (2) Financial Institutions was attended by Senior Management members from both organizations. Among them were Datuk Mat Noor, EXIM Bank Chairman, Dato’ Agil Natt, CGC Chairman, Datuk Mohd Zamree, CGC P/CEO and Pn. Norzilah Mohammed, EXIM Bank P/CEO. Apart from cultivating the spirit of sharing and giving, this collaborative initiative also marks another milestone in EXIM Bank’s efforts to improve its standing on various other CSR efforts moving forward.

April 06, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday (6 April 2017) – Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) in collaboration with Social Security Organization (SOCSO) today conducted an advocacy & accident prevention program and health screening through their mobile clinics which aims to educate on best safety and health practices at work.

“Safety awareness at work which includes prudence driving is an importance aspect that needs to be inculcate by all. Program is an initiative that provides opportunities and facilities to EXIM Bank staff that are eligible for a medical examination. This program is expected to increase and encourage more staff to use their HSP voucher provided by PERKESO as well as to disseminate information relating to job safety”, said President and Chief Executive Officer Puan Norzilah Mohammed.

According to Norzilah Mohammed again, employees of EXIM Bank is the main asset of the company hence they are committed to the welfare of its employees and have made every effort to promote awareness and creating a work environment that is safe and healthy, making it as an EXIM Bank Shared Values.

“The combination of standard work practices compliance, the safety and healthy work environment will make the job safer, increase productivity while reducing the risk of accidents in the workplace”, added Norzilah.

Also present were Social Security Organisation (SOCSO) director of Kuala Lumpur, Tuan Haji Salijan Saigon and EXIM Banks Senior Management personnel.

February 27, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Monday (27 February 2017) – Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) today contributed medical equipments to Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) worth RM100,000. These equipments which comprises of oxygen concentrator, respiratory machines, ripple mattress and wheelchairs will benefit the Pediatric, Geriatrics and Orthopedic Unit.

These additional medical equipments will complement their existing supply of equipments to accommodate the rising number of patients. HKL treated an average of 1.3 million patients in 2016.

President/Chief Executive Officer (P/CEO), Norzilah Mohammed, presented the mock cheque to YBhg. Dato Dr. Zaininah Mohd Zain, HKL Director during a simple ceremony held at Auditorium Utama, HKL. “The contribution is part of EXIM Bank continuous CSR effort in helping communities to provide a better healthcare service.” said Norzilah Mohammed.

“We are confident these equipments will complement their existing machines and go a long way in strengthening the health service delivery for HKL patients,” Norzilah Mohammed added.

Also present at the ceremony were EXIM Banks Senior Management personnel as well as officials from Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

February 17, 2017

PULAU PINANG, Feb 17 (Bernama) – In its continuous effort to support human capital development in the country, Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) presented part of its 2017 zakat payment to underprivileged families from Seberang Jaya, Pulau Pinang.

President/Chief Executive Officer, Norzilah Mohammed gave away the Zakat contribution amounting to RM183,000 to 183 selected recipients which was held in Masjid Jamek Seberang Jaya, Pulau Pinang. “We are thankful and blessed that we have benefitted from the region’s economic performance and want to share our blessing to help those in need,” said Puan Norzilah Mohammed.

The contribution was a portion of the total of RM1.3 million in zakat by EXIM Bank which will be distributed nationwide around Penang, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Terengganu and Sarawak for the year 2017.

In addition, RM5,000 cheque was handed over to Tuan Hj Omar Hassan, representative of Masjid Jamek Seberang Jaya, Pulau Pinang for the mosque’s expenses.

January 20, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Friday (20 Jan 2017) – In the spirit of caring and giving, Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) today brought cheer to the orphans at Madrasah Hashimiah Tahfiz Al-Quran & Anak Yatim. Among these 171 muslim orphans, 4 of them are local while the rest are Rohingya refugees ranging from the age of 4 years old up to 17 years old.

Chairman of EXIM Bank Malaysia, Y. Bhg. Datuk Mat Noor Nawi gave away the cheque to the founder, Ustaz Al-Hafiz Hashim B Kasim. Apart from the cheque, EXIM Bank Malaysia had also contributed the home with basic necessities for their keeping and daily expenses valued at RM10,000.

EXIM Bank will continue to organize CSR programs from time to time to help the needy and less fortunate.

November 04, 2016

KUALA LUMPUR, 4 November – The Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) had contributed RM100,000.00 to the International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) in support of its initiative to publish a textbook on Islamic Economics.

This publication is expected to provide significant benefits to the Islamic finance industry, particularly in strengthening the knowledge base by providing a source of reference for students, academicians, and industry practitioners. The textbook shall comprise 20 chapters with inputs from academicians and relevant experts in their respective fields. It will also present a combination of thought-provoking case studies, discussion-based questions, and references.

"I would like to congratulate ISRA for continuously fulfilling its role as a knowledge repository body in undertaking this project. I am very confident that the publication of this work would be another prodigious source of information and reference for all who are keen to know and understand Islamic finance,” said EXIM Bank President/Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Norzilah Mohammed.

 “EXIM Bank is a Development Financial Institutions that provides cross border financing for Malaysian venturing overseas business. The Bank  offers cross-border financing through banking and takaful products , such as overseas project/contract/investment financing, buyer credit, export of services, trade finance, including supplier credit, export credit refinancing, trust receipt, and vendor financing scheme; and guarantee comprising ADB-EXIM trade finance programme bank guarantee, letter of credit, and forward foreign exchange; trade credit takaful and medium long term takaful. Thus, our sponsorship is an extension of our contribution to the Islamic finance industry in the country," she added.

"Indeed, EXIM Bank financial support is instrumental for ISRA to kick-start its long-awaited project on Islamic economics textbook, which is envisaged to be a comprehensive and main source of reference for the academia, industry practitioners and regulators," said ISRA's Executive Director, Prof. Dr. Mohamad Akram Laldin.   

ISRA was established to promote applied research in the area of Shariah and Islamic finance. ISRA also acts as a repository of knowledge for Shari’ah views (fatwas) and undertakes studies on contemporary issues in the Islamic finance industry.

October 25, 2016

Kuala Lumpur, [25 October 2016] – Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank), organised the 33rd ASIAN EXIM Banks Forum (AEBF) Training Program  from 24-27 October 2016 which was held at The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The event was officiated by EXIM Bank of Malaysia’s President/Chief Executive Officer, Puan Norzilah Mohammed.

The program entitled Loan Restructuring and Recovery Management bring together 42 participants from 17 institutions within the Asian region covering India, , Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, China, South Korea and Turkey.

AEBF was established in 1995 during the Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) meeting in Goa, India. The main purpose of AEBF is to create an institutional mechanism for regional cooperation and forge a stronger link among its member institutions within the Asian region. Its objective includes improving access to trade and investment for the Asian economy through credit enhancement and risk mitigation measures. Over the years, EXIM Banks of Asia evolved into different financial institutions depending upon the business environment in their respective countries. 

October 13, 2016

HONG KONG (13 October 2016) Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (“MEXIM”) successfully priced its USD500.0 million 5-year, senior unsecured notes (the “Notes”) offering at 120 basis points over U.S. Treasuries (“UST”) at a fixed coupon of 2.48%. This offering marks MEXIM’s third USD-denominated public offering issuance, following MEXIM’s successful inaugural senior USD Notes issuance in 2012 and senior USD Sukuk issuance in 2014. The pricing for the landmark offering marks the lowest ever historical credit spread for MEXIM’s publicly-offered USD Notes, the lowest coupon ever achieved by MEXIM as well as the lowest coupon  achieved by a Malaysian issuer in 2016 for a similar tenor. The Notes will be issued pursuant to MEXIM’s recently upsized USD3.0 billion Multicurrency Medium Term Note Programme. 

The 5-year Notes were offered based on the Regulation S format under the U.S. Securities Act 1933, as amended, and are expected to be rated A3 by Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. and A- by Fitch Ratings Ltd. Proceeds from the offering will be utilised for MEXIM’s general banking and financing activities, working capital as well as other corporate purposes. The Notes are expected to be listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited and the Labuan International Financial Exchange Inc. 

 The Notes offering followed a series of fixed income investor meetings in Asia and conference calls with European accounts from 10 October 2016 to 12 October 2016. Based on strong investor feedback, the bookbuilding exercise commenced with an initial price guidance of UST + 1.400% area. Demand for the Notes offering led to a final price guidance of UST + 1.200% – 1.250% at Asian close. The Notes were finally priced at London mid-day at the tight end of the final price guidance, with a final book of over USD1.4 billion orders, representing a bid-to-cover ratio of over 2.8 times, and a final yield of 2.480%. 

The Notes attracted interest from 79 accounts from a diverse group of investors comprising Asian investors who accounted for 88% of the total allocation, while Malaysian investors accounted for 8%, and the balance of 12% were allocated to EMEA investors. By investor type, the offering saw majority participation from fund managers 67%, banks 23% and insurance companies 8%. The balance 2% were allocated to other investor classes.

“We are pleased with the outcome of the transaction. MEXIM took advantage of the conducive market conditions and launched our transaction which received overwhelming support from investors. The tight pricing achieved by MEXIM, the level of subscription and diversification of investors in the offering is a testament of investors’ confidence in MEXIM’s strong credit position and our unique role as Malaysia’s only development financial institution dedicated to promoting the development of cross-border business ventures”, says Norzilah Mohammed, President / Chief Executive Officer of MEXIM.

CIMB Bank (L) Limited and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited acted as the Joint Global Coordinators for the offering, and, together with Maybank Investment Bank Berhad and Nomura International plc, acted as the Joint Bookrunners and Joint Lead Managers for the offering.

October 06, 2016

Kuala Lumpur (6 October 2016)In conjunction with International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference Malaysia (IGEM 2016), Export–Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) and MIGHT Technology Nurturing Sdn Bhd (MTN) has signed a Memorandum of Collaborative Arrangement (MOCA).

The signing was conducted between the President/CEO of EXIM Bank, Puan Norzilah Mohammed and the Managing Director of MTN, Y.Bhg. Datuk Nik Ahmad Faizul and witnessed by the Minister of KeTTHA, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili, Chairman of EXIM Bank, Y.Bhg. Datuk Mat Noor Nawi and the Chairman of MTN, Y.Bhg. Datuk Dr. Mohd Yusoff Sulaiman. Also in attendance were the CEO of NCIA, YBhg. Dato' Redza Rafiq, and the President/CEO of CGC, En. Mohd Zamree Mohd Ishak. 

This arrangement portrays the commitment from both EXIM Bank and MTN to facilitate the sharing of information on the industry players in order to achieve the common objective in strengthening and assisting the industry players for the export market. It also highlights the efforts to jointly establish a mutually beneficial relationship and areas of mutual interest so as to promote synergy on expert advice and consultation, create opportunities to develop programmes in the areas of training, information, research and development (R&D) and other knowledge-based activities related to the development of the industry players. 

Pursuant to the MOCA, EXIM Bank also signed an Islamic Facility Agreement amounting to USD10.0 million with Evergreen Corporate Sdn Bhd (ECSB) for the development of the first Thermal Recovery Unit (TRU). The Facility Agreement was signed by President/CEO of EXIM Bank, Puan Norzilah Mohammed and Encik Wan Afif Azizul, Managing Director of Evergreen Corporate Sdn Bhd.

The TRU technology, which is the first in the ASEAN region, will be able to convert waste into high value end products through the adoption of the Advanced Continuous (Air-lock System) Pyrolysis technology. This technology will  be able to convert waste such as waste tires and plastics to produce high value and quality products, namely Euro 2 diesel, refined carbon black N330, N550, N660 and N774, hard pressed steel wires and syngas in an environmental friendly way. 

This effort is in line with the Government’s aspiration to reduce the Country’s carbon emission and the Cost of Living of the “Rakyat” via the “Waste to Energy” initiative. From a National Agenda standpoint, this initiative is coherent with:-

1. Government’s “National Green Technology Policy Strategic Thrusts” under Thrust II – Provide Conducive Environment for Green Technology Development

2. 11th Malaysia Plan under Strategic Thrust IV – Pursuing Green Growth for Sustainability and Resilience, and

3. The National Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Blueprint 2016-2030 under Pathway IV – Towards a Circular Economy Waste System.

This technology will facilitate the growth of the Green Technology Industry and enhance its contribution to the national economy by helping to transform the “Waste to Energy” Industry in Malaysia.

June 21, 2016

Kuala Lumpur (21 June 2016)In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan and in the spirit of caring and giving, Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) today hosted its  EXIM Bank 2016 Annual Iftar Programme with Pertubuhan Kebajikan Baitul Aini Selangor held at Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

During the event, 34 deserving children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Baitul Aini Selangor received ‘Duit Raya’ from EXIM Bank while a RM10,000 cheque was handed over to the welfare home for their up keeping and daily expenses. The children were also given school bags with complete set of stationeries courtesy of EXIM Bank.  The contribution was presented by Y.Brs Puan Norzilah Mohammed, President/Chief Executive Officer of EXIM Bank, witnessed by Y.Bhg. Datuk Mat Noor Nawi, Chairman of EXIM Bank and members of the board.  

Speaking at the event, Datuk Mat Noor Nawi highlighted that this Iftar Programme is an annual event organized by the Bank to celebrate and extends our love to the underprivileged children at the same time to contribute for their Ramadan and Raya preparations. “This event has become a tradition for EXIM Bank in the month of Ramadan and we look forward to celebrate many more occasions with orphanages and share the company’s success by giving back to those in need,” said Datuk Mat Noor Nawi.

In thanking EXIM Bank for their contribution, Muhammad Hussin, Principal of Pertubuhan Kebajikan Baitul Aini Selangor said "We really appreciate the assistance and contribution given by EXIM Bank Malaysia and I hope that more corporate companies will follow suit”. 

Founded in 2013 and located in Kuang Selangor, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Baitul Aini Selangor is currently a home to about 35 tahfiz students and orphans who are all dependent on only public donations as well as income from few of its residents. This welfare home educates their students mainly on Al-Quran teaching apart from the Islamic studies and development. 

In addition to the sumptuous spread of local delights, the evening tapered off with the Muslims performing the Isya’ and Terawih prayers as sign of gratitude and respect for the holy month.

EXIM Bank will continue to organize such program from time to time to help the needy and less fortunate. 


May 25, 2016

Kuala Lumpur (25 May 2016)Export–Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Joint Development Bank (JDB) of Lao P.D.R aimed at strengthening the cooperation of financing, guaranteeing and other financial mechanisms to support the capacity of both organizations. The signing was represented by Mrs. Norzilah Mohammed, President/ CEO of EXIM Bank and Mr. Sounthorn Chanthavong, Director General of JDB.  The memorandum was witnessed by Mr. Shahmir Bin Nor Shahid, Senior Vice President II – Banking Department of EXIM Bank and Mr. Sakhone Yorphanxay, Credit Loan Manager of JDB.

The memorandum summarizes the collaboration arrangements relating to common objectives in promoting mutual business relations between Malaysia and Lao P.D.R to uphold the trade and investment opportunities supporting both Lao and Malaysian Companies in their globalization / internationalization efforts. This collaboration between two countries is seen to be a good platform to intensify efforts and build up a high competitive environment with strong business integrity in order to penetrate the global market.

Speaking on the occasion, Norzilah Mohammed, President/Chief Executive Officer of EXIM Bank said that “EXIM Bank is mandated to assist Malaysians business venturing abroad by providing its financing and advisory services. Hence, this collaboration will be another important initiative for businessmen to explore funding support and setting up operations in Malaysia and Malaysian Companies setting up operations in Lao”, added Norzilah Mohammed.

May 21, 2016

Kuala Lumpur (21 May 2016)Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) today has expanded its ‘wing’ by sponsoring a pair of Macaw birds originated all the way from South America to Zoo Negara Malaysia. A sponsorship cheque valued at RM18,000.00 was presented by EXIM Bank’s President/Chief Executive Officer, Puan Norzilah Mohammed to Malaysian Zoological Society during the event.

Macaw birds or its scientific name, Arini are beautiful and brilliant coloured members of the parrot with vibrant plumage that comes in a combination of red, blue, gold and yellow in colour. Macaws are also known for their intelligence and prominent body features that enable them to latch onto branches, to grab, hold and examine items easily. These outstanding features of Macaw birds symbolize EXIM Bank’s abilities to cross borders with ease while their colour; red and blue represents the colours of EXIM Bank’s official logo.

Currently, Zoo Negara has a total of three (3) Macaw birds and up to this year, these birds have always been the centre of attraction for all local and international visitors, performing twice daily. Hence, upon the arrival of two (2) new additional members of Macaw birds sponsored by EXIM Bank, Zoo Negara is expecting to boost up the number of visitors to watch the Bird’s show this year as well as to expand its animal diversity.

This Environmental Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programme called  the ‘3G’ programme organized by EXIM Bank offers 60 of their staff including family members an opportunity to contribute to the preservation and conservation towards environmental and wildlife protection. This ‘3G’ programme comprises of three main activities; i) Grow – to preserve the endangered species of trees in Malaysia, ii) Glow – to create more attractiveness and excitement within the existing compound and iii) Green – to create awareness on wildlife and get involved in the animal behavioral enrichment activities.

Speaking at the event, Puan Norzilah Mohammed said, “This is an initiative under the Bank’s CSR flagship which endeavors to increase the awareness on wildlife and environment conservation and instill a sense of responsibility among employees to take part in caring for Mother Nature”.

EXIM Bank will continue to organize and support such programme from time to time in making sure our environment will be preserved and kept well for the next generation.

May 20, 2016

SELANGOR, Jumaat (20 Mei 2016) Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) hari ini menyerahkan sumbangan wang zakat kepada penduduk kawasan PPR Gombak, Selangor.

Majlis ini telah dijayakan oleh Y.Brs. Puan Norzilah Mohammed, Presiden / Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif EXIM Bank. Sumbangan zakat berjumlah RM44,800 telah diagihkan kepada 60 golongan asnaf fakir miskin yang terdiri daripada anak yatim, pelajar miskin, warga emas serta orang kelainan upaya. Cek replika telah disampaikan kepada wakil nazir Masjid Al Syakirin Gombak, Dr. Saupi Bin Man.

Majlis seumpama ini adalah merupakan acara tahunan bagi EXIM Bank. Sumbangan sebanyak RM260,000 telahpun diagihkan kepada lebih 300 asnaf fakir miskin di sekitar Sabah dan Kuala Lumpur tahun lepas.

Menerusi sumbangan ini diharapkan dapat menerap serta mewujudkan budaya saling bantu-membantu dikalangan masyarakat. EXIM Bank sebagai sebuah syarikat korporat akan terus menyalurkan bantuan kepada golongan yang memerlukan menerusi program-program tanggungjawab sosial korporat.