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It's official! RHB opens first online portal for Malaysian SMEs

AvantiKumar | Aug. 9, 2017
RHB’s SME Banking Portal is the 'first of its kind' in the market, affirms Datin Amy Ooi, Head of Group Business and Transaction Banking.

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RHB Bank (RHB) has just officially introduced its online portal for small and medium enterprise clients in Malaysia.
 
RHB's SME Banking Portal is the first of its kind in the market, said Datin Amy Ooi, head of RHB Group Business and Transaction Banking (pic below.

Features currently include online account application, online loan/financing application, product information for SME's, an SME Knowledge Centre, and business tools to help make informed decisions, said Amy.

She said SMEs can now submit their application for a current account and loan/financing through this online platform, and also get up-to-date market insights and treasury reports, amongst other pertinent information available on the portal.

Datin Amy Ooi Swee Lian, RHB

"In line with RHB's Digital Transformation, the RHB SME Banking Portal was designed for us to reach out to SMEs," explained Amy. "With this portal, our SME clients have information at the tip of their fingers on SME products and will be able to submit their applications for a current account without the hassle of going to our branches."

"We target to have 20,000 unique visits to the RHB SME Banking Portal and 500 new clients via this portal by year end," she said. "To encourage adoption of this new channel, RHB is offering preferential rates to clients who successfully apply for a current account online for limited time."

To see some other RHB news, visit:
Encouraging digital innovation in Malaysia's financial sector: RHB
Why RHB has joined Malaysian digital investor platform IAP
RHB continues Digital Journey, hosts Fintech bootcamp for Malaysian startups
RHB introduces enhanced mobile app for premier customers
 
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