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Singapore’s CIMB customers to get seamless cross-border banking experience

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CIMB Bank customers in Malaysia and Singapore can now enjoy seamless and efficient cross-border banking experience.

Thanks to CIMB Bank Bhd and CIMB Islamic Bank Bhd‘s Cross-Border Solutions, customers will also enjoy efficient cross-border banking experience.

With their CIMB conventional or Islamic accounts in both countries, they are able to conduct cross-border banking seamlessly between Malaysia and Singapore.

Samir Gupta, CEO of Group Consumer Banking, CIMB Group said: “As a leading Asean universal bank, CIMB is continuously innovating to provide the best value proposition and convenience to our customers across the region.

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The Malaysia-Singapore Cross-Border Solutions is testament to this commitment and is only the beginning, as we leverage on our strong Asean network to provide similar convenience for our franchises.”

Benefits of the Cross-Border Solutions currently available in Malaysia and Singapore
include:
1. Single login to CIMB Clicks. Customers can manage and view both Malaysia and Singapore CIMB accounts at the same time via an integrated platform.
2. Fee waiver for fund transfers between CIMB accounts using CIMB Clicks and fund withdrawals at over 6,000 CIMB ATMs across ASEAN with a CIMB ATM/debit card.
3. Guaranteed cash rebate with a valid claim for online exchange rate for fund transfers from CIMB Singapore to CIMB Malaysia account via CIMB Clicks, valid until 31 December 2018.

4. Ease of payment for Malaysian billers with over 600 registered providers on CIMB Clicks.

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