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Recent news from the Bank

Targeted Repayment Assistance better serves borrowers' needs  (19 Oct 2020)

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) wishes to assure borrowers that repayment assistance will remain available for borrowers whose incomes have been affected by the pandemic.

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Release of the Financial Stability Review 1st Half 2020  (14 Oct 2020)

The Bank today released the biannual Financial Stability Review for the first half of 2020.

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Online Ordering, Payment and Delivery Facility for Sale of Commemorative Currency Issued by Bank Negara Malaysia  (12 Oct 2020)

Bank Negara Malaysia wishes to announce the availability of the online ordering, payment and delivery facility for the sale of commemorative coins issued in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of Putrajaya.

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International Reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia as at 30 September 2020  (07 Oct 2020)

The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia amounted to USD105.0 billion as at 30 September 2020. 

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Deputy Governor’s Opening Remarks at the Launch of the World Bank Islamic Finance Reports  (07 Oct 2020)

Thank you for inviting me to speak at the launch of the World Bank Reports on Islamic Fintech and Islamic Finance for Inclusion in Malaysia.

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Launch of the Inaugural Financial Literacy Month by Financial Education Network  (06 Oct 2020)

Financial Education Network (FEN) today launched the Financial Literacy Month (FLM 2020) with the theme “Empowering Financial Freedom”.

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Governor’s Keynote Address at the Launch of the World Bank Sustainable and Inclusive Finance Forum  (06 Oct 2020)

The late Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations, said in 2001 that the biggest challenge in this century is “to take an idea that seems abstract – sustainable development – and turn it into a reality for all the world’s people”. Despite the massive strides achieved to alleviate poverty in pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals, almost two decades later, the benefits of sustainable development continue to elude the majority of the world’s population. 

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Exposure Draft on Transitional Arrangements for Regulatory Capital Treatment of Accounting Provisions  (01 Oct 2020)

This Exposure Draft sets out the Bank’s proposals on the transitional arrangements for regulatory capital treatment of accounting provisions.

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Transition to targeted repayment assistance  (30 Sep 2020)

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) wishes to assure that the banking sector remains committed to help households and businesses who need assistance after the automatic moratorium ends on 30 September.

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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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