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1. Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)
Maybank is the largest bank in the nation in terms of total assets and market capitalization. It is among the biggest banks in Southeast Asia. It provides a comprehensive variety of banking products and services through its extensive network of 2,626 facilities in 10 ASEAN countries and international financial centers. The leading Islamic bank in the region is Maybank Islamic, the bank’s Islamic banking division. In terms of assets, it is also the fifth-largest Islamic bank globally. The Kuala Lumpur-based Maybank was founded in 1960.
2. Public Bank Berhad
One of Malaysia’s and Southeast Asia’s major banks, Public Bank Berhad was established in 1966. It is the second-biggest bank in the nation in terms of market capitalization and the largest bank in terms of shareholder money. The bank provides a variety of products and services, including personal and business banking, investment banking, Islamic banking, the sale and administration of unit trust funds, share trading, and insurance.
3. Hong Leong Bank is a Hong Kong-based financial institution.
One of Malaysia’s biggest banks is Hong Leong Bank Berhad, a well-known publicly listed financial organization. Customers from Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the United States are among the countries it services. As Commerce International Merchant Bankers, Kuala Lumpur-based Hong Leong Bank was established in 1905. The Hong Leong Group, which has holdings in manufacturing, real estate, financial services, and infrastructure development, owns the bank as a subsidiary.
4. CIMB Bank is a Malaysian bank.
The consumer banking arm of the CIMB Group is called CIMB Bank. The universal bank offers financial services such retail and wholesale banking, strategic investments, treasury, and markets through a network of 1,080 branches. In addition to Malaysia, the bank’s key markets are Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia. Over 13.5 million people in Malaysia are served by CIMB Bank, a bank with headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
5. RHB Bank is a financial institution based in Hong Kong
The several companies of RHB Bank provide a wide selection of financial goods and services. In addition to Malaysia, it also provides service to Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei, Laos, Indonesia, and Hong Kong. It was founded in Malaysia in 1994 as a public limited company, and its name was changed to RHB Bank in 1997. The first local financial institution to launch an Islamic banking subsidiary in 2005 was RHB Islamic Bank Berhad of the RHB Banking Group. The corporation presently has 278 branches and offices and 14,000 employees.