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Recent News

Recent news from the Bank

Repurchase Agreement Transactions  (12 Nov 2019)

This Policy Document sets out the revised requirements and expectations of the Bank on market participants (licensed banks and licensed investment banks) which enter into Repo transactions involving Ringgit and non-Ringgit repo and reverse Repo transactions including any outright sale or purchase of Repo securities with an intention to repurchase or resell these Repo securities at a future date.

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What is Cash Transaction Limit (CTL)?  (09 Nov 2019)

The National Coordination Committee to Counter Money Laundering (NCC) conducted a media briefing on 7 November 2019 on the proposed cash transactions limit (CTL) at RM25,000.

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Framework for Electronic Trading Platforms  (08 Nov 2019)

This Policy Document 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.

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Decrease in Statutory Reserve Requirement (SRR) Ratio  (08 Nov 2019)

Bank Negara Malaysia wishes to announce that the Statutory Reserve Requirement (SRR) Ratio will be lowered from 3.50% to 3.00% effective from 16 November 2019.

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Assistant Governor’s Speech at the CIIF 4th Anniversary Dinner and Conferment Ceremony  (07 Nov 2019)

I wish to extend my sincerest thanks to the Chartered Institute of Islamic Finance Professionals (CIIF) for inviting me here this evening to join the celebrations for the 4th anniversary of the Institute as well as the conferment ceremony of the Chartered Professional in Islamic Finance (CPIF) professional designation.

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International Reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia as at 31 October 2019  (07 Nov 2019)

The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia amounted to USD103.2 billion as at 31 October 2019.

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Policy Document on Fair Treatment of Financial Consumers  (07 Nov 2019)

Bank Negara Malaysia has issued the policy document on Fair Treatment of Financial Consumers on 6 November 2019.

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RINGGIT Newsletter (Bil 5/2019 issue) is now available for download  (07 Nov 2019)

RINGGIT is a joint-effort publication between FOMCA and the Bank to improve consumer awareness on financial issues. The highlight for this issuance is "Pelancaran Strategi Literasi Kewangan Kebangsaan".

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Governor's Speech at the 11th International Conference on Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (IFCTF) 2019  (05 Nov 2019)

Last year, I spoke at this same conference about our shared responsibility to combat financial crime and the need for us to have a deep understanding of new and emerging risks.

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Highlights

Featured contents recommended as reference

Explore The New Housingwatch Website

This Housing Watch microsite aims to provide timely information on the key factors that influence the demand and supply of housing in Malaysia for a more informed decision-making and public discourse on this issue.

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Financial Technology Enabler Group

The Financial Technology Enabler Group (FTEG) was established by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) in June 2016 to support innovations that will improve the quality, efficiency and accessibility of financial services in Malaysia.

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Pembiayaan Mikro

A sustainable microfinance scheme, where participating financial institutions offer microfinance products that are easy, fast and convenient to micro enterprises with viable businesses.

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Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery

An informal and interactive venue for learning about the importance of numismatics, economics, Islamic banking and financial planning.

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AML/CFT

Find out more about Money Laundering & Terrorism Financing

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Ringgit

RINGGIT is a joint-effort publication between FOMCA and Bank Negara Malaysia. This collaboration creates greater outreach in our effort to improve the consumer awareness on financial issues.

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Climate Change

Regional Conference on Climate Change.

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