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Affin Bank Posts QTRLY Profit Attributable Of 117.9 Million RGT
Affin Bank Posts QTRLY Profit Attributable 68.9 Million RGT Versus 123.6 Million RGT
Affin Bank Posts Qtrly Loss Attributable 9.4 Million RGT
Affin Bank Berhad is a Malaysia-based bank. The Bank is engaged in providing property management services, and nominee and trustee services. The Bank is also engaged in Islamic banking business, under which, the bank accepts deposits and grants finances under the Shariah principles. The Bank offers consumer banking products and services, such as deposit product, loan product, card, hire purchase, Affin Bancassurance, unit trust and remittance. The Bank offers business banking services, such as deposit product, loan product, trade finance, small and medium enterprises (SME) business, contract financing and remittance. The Bank operates a network of around 106 branches in Malaysia. The Bank offers retail and corporate Internet banking services through its Website affinOnline.com.
Menara Affin, 80., Jalan Raja Chulan
Md Agil Bin Mohd Natt
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Wan Razly Abdullah Bin Wan Ali
Chief Executive Officer
Puan Joanne Rodrigues
Chief Financial Officer
Kasinathan T. Kasipillai
Group Chief Risk Officer
Nor Rozita Nordin
Chief Human Resource Officer
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