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Bank Negara Malaysia wishes to announce the appointment of Encik Aznan Abdul Aziz as Assistant Governor effective 1 July 2019.
Governor’s Opening Remarks at the MyFintech Week 2019 - "Shifting Tides: Future of Finance" (17 Jun 2019)
I would like to welcome all of you to the inaugural MyFintech Week and Financial Industry Conference hosted by Bank Negara Malaysia.Read More
This Exposure Draft sets out the Bank’s requirements and expectations on market participants who offer services of electronic trading platforms within the Malaysian wholesale financial markets, specifically money and foreign exchange markets.Read More
Base Rates, BLR and Indicative Effective Lending Rates of Financial Institutions as at 14 June 2019 (14 Jun 2019)
The following are the Base Rates, BLR and Indicative Effective Lending Rates of Financial Institutions as at 14 June 2019.Read More
Assistant Governor's Remarks at the Seminar and Meeting of the SEACEN Expert Group on Capital Flows - Capital Flows Management for Monetary and Financial Stability (11 Jun 2019)
I am delighted to be here today. Let me take this opportunity to express Bank Negara Malaysia’s appreciation for the collaborative efforts of the SEACEN Centre and the Bank of Japan that have gathered us here for this biennial SEG event.Read More
The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia amounted to USD102.3 billion as at 31 May 2019.Read More
Shareholders, through the exercise of voting rights or representation on the board, are in a position to influence decisions by which the business and affairs of an approved person are carried out. It is therefore important that the shareholders of an approved person are persons of integrity and good reputation, with adequate resources to support the professional conduct of an approved person, including its compliance with applicable laws and regulations.Read More
Monetary and Financial Developments in April 2019 (31 May 2019)
This monthly publication comprises the 'Monthly Highlights' report which features key issues surrounding domestic economic and financial developments for the month as well as the release of monthly data covering areas such as the consolidated balance sheet of the Malaysian banking system, financial markets, insurance and takaful, the external sector and other macroeconomic indicators.Read More
In accordance with the IMF SDDS format, the detailed breakdown of international reserves provides forward-looking information on the size, composition and usability of reserves and other foreign currency assets, and the expected and potential future inflows and outflows of foreign exchange of the Federal Government and Bank Negara Malaysia over the next 12-month period.