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Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (Bank Pembangunan) Establishment
was incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 on 28 November 1973 under the name of Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad and begun its operation on 8 June 1974. Bank Pembangunan's mandated role then was to assist entrepreneurs involved in small and medium industries through the provision of various financing facilities; training and advisory services particularly to Bumiputera entrepreneurs. The objective then was to increase the participation and involvement of the Bumiputera community. In December 1998, Bank Pembangunan was entrusted with another important role of providing financing for infrastructure projects, particularly Government backed projects. In conjunction with this, Bank Pembangunan's name was changed to Bank Pembangunan Dan Infrastruktur Malaysia Berhad. In early 2002, Bank Pembangunan was also authorized to offer corporate advisory and underwriting services to companies, which engaged in development of infrastructure projects.
To provide financing to existing and new enterprises in support of the development of high technology industry. To support the Government's efforts to develop and promote tourism industry
working capital guarantee scheme objective ; To assist viable companies with shareholders’ fund of not more than RM10.0 million to gain access to Working Capital financing.
Implementation Agency : Syarikat Jaminan Pembiayaan Perniagaan Berhad (SJPP) : to provide guarantee
2.Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad Establishment
Spanning over five decades of contributing to the country’s economic growth, Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) today has strengthened its foothold in many segments of the financial services industry. MIDF, incorporated on 30 March 1960 mainly for the purpose of ensuring access to financing for manufacturing-based small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) as part of Malaysia’s strategy to accelerate the industrial sector development, celebrated its 50th anniversary in March 2010. From boasting the status as Malaysia’s maiden development finance institution, MIDF has over the years transformed into a diversified group. Following its merger with Amanah Capital Partners Berhad in 2003, the acquisition of Utama Merchant Bank Berhad (UMBB) in 2004, and the establishment of MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Berhad (MIDF Investment) in 2006, the MIDF Group accentuated its ambition to become a leading financial services provider in three core business areas, namely investment banking, development finance and asset management.
MIDF, incorporated on 30 March 1960 mainly for the purpose of ensuring access to financing for manufacturing-based small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) as part of Malaysia’s strategy to accelerate the industrial sector development,
Micro. credit card service.3.Bank Pertanian Malaysia Establishment Agrobank was established in 1969 under the Act of the Parliament of Malaysia No. Among the new products and activities will be agriculture. On 12 December 2007. Upgrades and encourages agricultural financing by the commercial banking . Dewan Rakyat (the Lower House of the Parliament) has approved the proposed Bank Pertanian Malaysia 2007 Bill to incorporate Bank Pertanian with a paid-up capital of RM1 billion to enable it to be competitive with other financial institutions and empower it to help develop agriculture as the third engine of growth under the Ninth Malaysia The corporatization will enable the bank to offer competitive and comprehensive financial products and venture into new business activities which the bank is currently unable to undertake due to the limitations of the current BPM act. Individuals Objective 1. small and medium-scale entrepreneurs 3. 9/69 on 1 September 1969 as "A development finance institution directly involved in financing the agriculture sector. capital market. credit guarantee. life and general insurance. internet banking and current account The bank will provide financial services holistically according to market demands and customer needs through prudent financial management to: 1. Agro-entrepreneur 2." It commenced operations on 1 January 1970. Provides financial and banking services with a focus on the agriculture sector 2. investment.
To develop the knowledge of entrepreneurship and to produce quality entrepreneurs. researches. consultations and entrepreneurship advice services Objective. One of the agents for the Government’s development programme 4. training. To produce and develop entrepreneurs with knowledge.Malaysian Entrepreneur Development Centre (MEDEC) Establishment Malaysian Entrepreneur Development Centre (MEDEC) was first established in 1975 under the arrangement of University Technology MARA (UiTM). The centre of agricultural expertise 5. To develop the knowledge of entrepreneurship through studies and education on entrepreneurship. have entrepreneurship characteristics and perform effectively. Provides credit ratings for agriculture 4.sector 3. To establish enterprise in order to be progressive and competitive in trading and industrial wo . Its establishment is meant to plan and conduct programs on education.
To establish an information and reference centre for productivity indices for the country and for management systems and case studies. the National Productivity Council became the National Productivity Corporation. the act is now known as Malaysia Productivity Corporation Act (Incorporated) 1966. 2008 as the effective date of the said act. With the Act coming into effect on 1 December 1991. 19 was passed making the Centre an autonomous body.5. the National Productivity Council (Incorporation) Act No. It was later amended as the National Productivity Council (Incorporation) (Amendment) Act A305 1975. YB Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) had signed the document enforcing National Productivity Corporation Act (Incorporated) (Amended) 2008 and set February 21. with effect from 21st February 2008 National Productivity Corporation (NPC) is now officially known as Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC). In keeping with the expanded role of the corporation. Until recently. This act was subsequently amended as the National Productivity Centre (Incorporation) (Amendment) Act A801 1991. to cater for expansion of the Centre`s role. . In 1966. Objective • • To lead in the promotion and dissemination of productivity related information and issues. with the International Labour Organisation acting as its executing agency.National Productivity Corporation Background The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) which was formerly known as the National Productivity Corporation was established in 1962 as a joint project between the United Nations Special Fund and the Federal Government.
quality. The informal discussions involving Dr Mohd Azzman (University of Malaya). management and entrepreneurship. skills and competencies to accomplish result or to serve customer needs effectively. Dr Mohd Arif Nun (University of Technology Malaysia) and Dr Mohd Zawawi Ismail (University of Technology Malaysia) led to the realisation of Malaysia’s need for an institute to conduct microelectronics research to support the industry and to develop indigenous products. • .• • • • • • • To generate local expertise in the field of productivity. Dr Muhammad Ghazie Ismail (University of Science Malaysia). 6. entrepreneurship programmes and productivity and quality management programmes conducted by the private sector for the public. management and entrepreneurship. To enhance the development of human resource both at the supervisory and management levels in the country. brand and marketing belong to Malaysian companies. produce and publish information on productivity. To assess and certify supervisory and management training programmes. To provide consultancy services relating to productivity. To collect. quality. the Dean of School of Engineering University of Malaya. To conduct training or other programmes relating to productivity. Dr Mohamed Awang Lah (University of Malaya). management and entrepreneurship. discussed and realized that Malaysia was a leading country in exporting electrical and electronics products but none of the product’s design. quality. Activity • Uncompromising Integrity Acting in accordance with standard moral judgement which are consistent with MIMOS code of ethics Envisioning Technology Leadership Demonstrating eagerness to acquire necessary technical knowledge. led by Dr Tengku Mohd Azzman Shariffadeen. quality.Malaysian institute of microelectronic system (MIMOS) Establishment In the early 1980s a group of academicians. management and entrepreneurship and other related matters. To advise on and coordinate the implementation of programmes and activities related to productivity and quality.
Abdul Latif Mohmod. Founded by British colonial forest scientist in 1929. Flawless Execution of Commitments Demonstrates concern and executes tasks in a manner that provides satisfaction to internal & external stakeholders. pre-service and in-service scholarships and cultural diversity are designed to assist you in creating clearer career objectives and development plans. is surrounded by the Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve. through various schemes. internal and external training programs. Combined with a flat and team-oriented organization structure. Foxworthy as its first chief research officer. both within the country and abroad.Forest research institute of Malaysia Establishment The Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM). one of the leading institutions in tropical forestry research. With “Innovation for life” as our tagline. we provide a stimulating and co-operative working environment for you to excel. became a statutory body governed by the Malaysia Forestry Research and Development Board under the Ministry of Primary Industries in 1985 and then in 2004. FRIM became a statutory body governed under Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. which has been awarded the MS ISO 9001: 2008 accreditation. Our core values.• • Shared Vision among Team Members Demonstrating an understanding of the link between one’s own job responsibilities and overall organizational goals and needs. Objectives 1. Generating scientific knowledge for the understanding. The Institute. including cash rewards 7. management. conservation and use of forest resources.W. . Objective MIMOS is filled with dynamic network of highly motivated and skilled people from various countries. is headed by Director-General Dato’ Dr. and performing one’s job with the broader goals in mind. we also reward our employees for submitting inventions. The 515-ha site in Kepong located 16 km northwest of Kuala Lumpur. the former Forest Research Institute with Dr F.
The Product Development Division focuses on the development of forest-based industries. a nursery. 4. library and venues for local and international conferences. Developing related technology to fulfil the needs of the forestry industry. Achieving excellence in research and development through the use of the latest scientific equipment. 5. Activity FRIM consists of five research divisions. a herbarium established in 1908 with over 200. To disseminate timely and relevant information and market intelligence to help Malaysian companies gain a competitive edge in foreign markets.000 specimens. undertaking advertising and promotion of the Halal sector and disseminating information on market opportunities in the Halal industry to Malaysian companies.Malaysia external trade development corporation Establishment MATRADE. was established in March 1993 as a statutory agency under the Ministry of International Trade Industry (MITI). Packaging research and development findings for dissemination to clients. . Objective • • To raise the profile of Malaysian exporters in foreign markets. Creating strategic cooperation with local and international agencies. Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE). The Forestry Division provides data. Among the services provided by the institute are the arboreta which serves as reference for forestry education. Providing excellent service to fulfil client needs. training courses from landscaping to wood identification. rattan and bamboo product development. as the national trade promotion agency under MITI. organising specialised Halal marketing missions to selected markets. 8. These activities include participation in international trade fairs overseas. 8. Studying biodiversity to produce useful products through intensive research and development.2. The Biotechnology Division involves in creating new planting material through genetic engineering. 7. standards and guidelines for managing our natural forests on a sustainable basis. 3. undertakes various export promotion activities including the promotion of the Halal sector.
and To undertake activities to promote the export of Malaysian goods and services in overseas markets. it has under its fold three well established agencies (RRIM.• • To introduce Malaysian companies to foreign importers seeking Malaysian suppliers. Established on 1 January 1998. The R&D excellence in NR. which are now merged into one. . MATRADE also organizes training programs to enhance the international marketing skills of Malaysian exporters. MRRDB and MRELB). The primary objective of MRB is to assist in the development and modernisation of the Malaysian rubber industry in all aspects from cultivation of the rubber tree.Rubber research institute of Malaysia The Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) is the custodian of the rubber industry in Malaysia. In addition. and protect Malaysia’s international trade interest abroad. has had an impact on the Malaysian NR industry and other NR producing countries. 9. MATRADE formulates and implements export marketing strategies and trade promotion activities to increase Malaysia’s exports. the manufacture of rubber products and the marketing of rubber and rubber products. which have contributed significantly to the development of the rubber industry for the last 78 years. accomplished by the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia (RRIM).\ Activity MATRADE serves to promote Malaysia’s external trade with particular emphasis on the export of manufactured and semi-manufactured products and services. and create a comprehensive database of information for the development and improvement of Malaysia’s trade. the extraction and processing of its raw rubber. promote and assist in services related to trade. undertake market research.
polices and priorities for the orderly development and administration of the Malaysian rubber industry.Objective To promote and develop the Malaysian rubber industry. 1966 under an Act of Parliament as a statutory body as a result of the first Bumiputera Economic Congress resolution in the previous year. Other Research Activities The other major areas of expertise at the Crop Management Unit are: • • • • • Fertiliser use and rubber planting Mixed cropping of rubber and cash crops Development of rubber forest plantation Reduction of immaturity period of rubber Soil survey.Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) Establishment Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) an agency of the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development. and to develop national objectives. was established in March 1. facilitate and undertake economic and social development within the federation and especially in rural areas. encourage. soil and water conservation 10. . It is the duty of the Council to promote.
The Chief Executive is the Director General and he is assisted by three Deputy Director Generals. Washington DC. Divisions headed by the Director and units under the control of Head of MARA functions at its headquarters and supported by the Office of the MARA 14 States.MARA. entrusted with the functions of promoting and developing the nation's palm oil industry. • Increased performance of companies MARA to maximize profits. was established in May 2000 as a government agency under the purview of the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities. and district offices of MARA. Frankfurt and New South Wales. Manage the appointment of the Board and Chief Executive Officer and update the Board to Company Profile book • • • 11. as well as monitor the implementation of and compliance with the act. Dublin. • Development of MARA. Deputy Chairman and nine other members. Ensure that the Financial Statements (Audited) for the purpose of Subsidiaries Consolidated Account MARA MARA submitted in accordance with the specified date. MARA Council members are the Chairman. Jakarta. . Preparation of Year-End table for purposes of consolidation with the Financial Statements MARA. including the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and Labuan. and report the performance of the MARA has an interest and improve the implementation of 'corporate governance' in all of MARA. All Members of the Council appointed by the Minister of Rural and Regional Development. an autonomous body responsible to the Minister of Rural and Regional Development. MARA commercialization programs to generate income. circulars and directives of the Government and MARA. three of whom are civil servants. MARA also operates in London. Activity • Monitor. Objective • Participation in high impact areas of business.Malaysian palm oil board Establishment The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB).
Malaysian oil palm industry. MPOB is committed in ensuring the development of the Malaysian palm oil industry through research and development. In line with the national agenda of empowering the agricultural-based sector. Towards achieving this aim. Activity • • • • • • • The Growth Of The Oil Palm Industry In Colombia Novel Catalytic Solutions for Oleochemical Processes Production of Distilled Biodiesel Fuels Through Direct Alkaline Transesterification of Used Frying Oil Improved Sustainable Fractionation of Palm Oil Using Polyglycerol Fatty Acid Esters Effect Of Diols As Co-Surfactants In Partial Ternary Phase Behaviour Of Palm Oil-Based Microemulsions Formulation Of Trans-Free Margarines Using Hydrogenated And Interesterified Palm Olein Plywood From Oil Palm Trunks 12. productive. The dynamic progress of the industry is largely attributed by the strategic government approach in developing agriculture land and concerted initiatives in focusing on research and development by both the government institutions and private sectors. Through intensive R&D programmes. MPOB is pursuing a dynamic role in research and development to be recognised as the premier Nobel Laureate producing R&D institution. developed over four decades. MPOB's objective is to position the palm oil industry as the most dynamic. MPOB has thus far launched more than 350 technological breakthroughs including high quality planting materials. nutrition. foods. and the provision of excellent services. modern milling and processing techniques. biomass. Federal Agriculture Marketing Authority (FAMA) Establishment . efficient agronomic practices. has significantly contributed to the nation's economy. MPOB emphasis is on producing market driven technology in line with industry needs. the palm oil industry will continue to play a vital role as a prime mover of the plantation commodity. oleochemical products and biodiesel technology for adoption by the industry and commercialisation. Objective As a country's premier oil palm R&D institution. competitive and sustainable.
SEREMBAN. As the Government’s marketing arm for agricultural products. Marketing development and the increasing demand of agricultural products and food in the country and abroad. Activity KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Fama) has been given a permit to distribute price-controlled items during festive seasons through farmer markets. as well as develop marketing strategies for Malaysian agricultural products. Objective National Vision and the National Agricultural Policy to make Malaysia a major food producer of the world through the efficiency and effectiveness of agricultural and food products.The Federal Agriculture Marketing Authority (FAMA) is a marketing agency established by the Government under the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrobased Industry.The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) is to establish at least one permanent farmers' market (pasar tani) in each state under the 10th Malaysia Plan.000 more entrepreneurs in various fields to achieve its target of having 20. 13. Accelerated human resource capacity in the knowledge-based agricultural marketing and technology. FAMA is responsible for various marketing activities. said its chairman. Datuk Badruddin Amiruldin The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Fama) needs 4. Amongst its responsibilities are to set targets and product standards.Department of Agriculture (DOA) Establishment .000 by next year. Development of marketing infrastructure and supply chain systems efficiently and effectively. May 5 (Bernama) -. monitor performance.
(2) Specific allocation of land to bumiputra. several Enactments have been approved to induce the development and conservation of land rights.The Department of Agriculture was established in 1905. in accordance with the establishment of the states government. Provide guidance and nurturing of progressive agriculture entrepreneurs in order to increase farming productivity and eventually increase the country's agriculture produce. Activity Presentation Seminar Overseas Training Report Year 2011 Department of Agriculture Agriculture Career Carnival 2011 The Convocation of the Institute of Agriculture. The Department of Agriculture for each state will be responsible to implement development programmes that will further boost the small farmers sector. Peninsular Malaysia Year 2011 Agricultural Scientist Workshop: Enabling Information Resourcing to Maximise Benefits Farmers. Development of trained and skilled workforce to cater to the needs of the agriculture industry. In the Malaysia Federal Agreement (1974). (3) Curbing the entrance of deadly pathogens. The main function of the Department of Agriculture at that particular time was to implement the agricultural policies outlined by the Government. This includes matters related to (1) (1) Abolishment of contract labor. Under the guidance of the Department of Agriculture. and (4) Conferment of at least 10 acres of land to core farmers for agricultural purposes. allocation was given for the establishment of State Department of Agriculture for each individual state. technical support and professional advice in various agricultural field especially in the field of food crop and downstream industry in order to ensure sufficient food production for the country's needs. Regulate the agriculture resources and the country's plasma-generated materials . Determine the production of crops that are safe for consumption and control environmental pollution. Protect crops (industrial and food crops) from threat such as pests and diseases through the crop protection programme and quarantine services. Breeders and Fishermen's National 7th International Symposium Postilarvest # 2012 Objective Provision of consultation services.
and To undertake activities to promote the export of Malaysian goods and services in overseas markets. to UDA Holdings Berhad. UDA was incorporated on September 1. Established by the government on November 12. The drive to firmly establish the company was achieved when it changed its status to a public limited company with effect from July 14. After 29 years of successfully fulfilling its responsibilities. The principal activities of the Company are in investment holding and property development while the principal activities of the Group are in land and property development. To introduce Malaysian companies to foreign importers seeking Malaysian suppliers. the Urban Development Authority (UDA) was given the responsibility to promote planned urban development. 1999. 14. 1996 and became UDA Holdings Sdn Bhd. The company was listed on the Main Board of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) on November 18.Urban development authority (UDA) UDA is committed to enhance its competitiveness and to partake a bigger role in urban development thereby contributing to entrepreneurial growth in line with the national aspiration. Client's Charter Achievements for 2011 .from being transferred out of the country and from threat of extinction. property management and leisure industry. Objective MATRADE’s objectives are: To raise the profile of Malaysian exporters in foreign markets. 1999. 1971. To disseminate timely and relevant information and market intelligence to help Malaysian companies gain a competitive edge in foreign markets.
Activity Motivational talks and Women Entrepreneurship with MITI Agencies Hi Tea YABhg Joint Council Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah Mansor Strategy and Business Negotiation Skills HIP03 .Halal Internal Auditing Workshop Quality Environment Management System .5S . The Ministry was then renamed the Ministry of Trade and Industry in February 1972. and ii) Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDN). On 27 October 1990.Ministry of international trade and industry (MITI) Establishment The Ministry of Commerce and Industry was established in April 1956 and situated in Government Office. Jalan Raja. Objective To plan.15. legislate and implement international trade and industrial policies that will ensure Malaysia’s rapid development towards achieving National Economic Policy and Vision 2020. the Ministry was separated into two Ministries which are: i) Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).
MARDI managed and driven in accordance with policies and regulations of the Board of Governors decided with the concurrence of Mardi Agriculture and Agro-based Industry. 5.Conduct research to generate innovative technologies for the development of food industry and agriculture.To offer services to the joint venture and licensing in commercializing research results. MARDI was fully operational in 1971. 4. 8. appropriate and efficient for the development of food industry.Offering consultancy and technical services to support agricultural development and food industry. For financial matters. agriculture and agro-based industries.Development of technology in the production of fruits. 1969.Study the socio-economic and technology management for food and agriculture.Technology development in biotechnology.The development of technology related to the livestock industry. MARDI Act 1969 has led to the establishment of MARDI on October 28. Objective 1. MARDI Scientific Council will ensure that the technical program MARDI level of quality and maximum effectiveness. . 6.Malaysian agricultural research and development institute Establishment (MARDI) MARDI was established with the primary objective of generating and promoting new technology. mechanization as well as resource and environmental management.Developing technologies to increase competition in the food processing industry.16. 3. the Minister of Finance is also required. vegetables. grains and other crops industry related. flowers. 7. 2.
Malaysian Investment Development Authority The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) is the government's principal agency for the promotion of the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. MIDA assists companies which intend to invest in the manufacturing and services sectors. objectives and mandates of all sectors to protect the environment Strengthening the role of the private sector in environmental protection and management . Relocation of MIDA Headquarters Schedule of Trade & Investment Missions 2012 Schedule of Domestic Investment Promotion Activities 2012 Objective Exercising respect and care for the environment in accordance with the highest moral and ethical standards Conserving the natural ecosystem to ensure the integrity of biodiversity and life support systems Ensuring continuous improvement in the productivity and quality of the environment while pursuing economic growth and human development objectives Managing natural resource utilisation to sustain the resource base and prevent degradation of the environment Integrating environmental dimensions in the planning and implementation of the policies. as well as facilitates the implementation of their projects. The wide range of services provided by MIDA include providing information on the opportunities for investments. as well as facilitating companies which are looking for joint venture partners. Event. MIDA also assists companies interested in venturing abroad for business opportunities.17.
This is in response to the urgent necessity of adopting the principles of standardisation in light of Malaysia's accelerating industrial development. the National Action Council decided that SIM be merged with the National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research (NISIR) to form the Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM). The Standards Act provides the Standards Council with independent authority for the declaration of standards and the issuance of certification mark licences. Technology and the Environment by the SIRIM (Incorporation) Act. the Standards Act No: 76. SIRIM was established as a statutory body under the Ministry of Science. As a result of this decision.Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM) Establishment In 1964. resource users. In view of rapidly changing market needs as a result of the accelerating . SIM was governed by the Standards Council.Ensuring the highest commitment to environmental protection and accountability by all decision-makers in the public and private sectors. SIRIM is better equipped to expand its scope of operations in line with the rapid advancement of industrialisation in Malaysia. 1966 was passed in Parliament making SIM the national standards body. In 1974. the Government of Malaysia directed the Minister of Commerce and Industry to make a study of the establishment of a national standards organisation. non-governmental organisations and the general public in formulating. planning and implementing their activities Participating actively and effectively in regional and global efforts towards environmental conservation and enhancement 18. As a result. In October 1966. 1975 which came into effect on 15 September 1975. With this merger. the Standards Institution of Malaysia (SIM) was initially established as a Government department under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in early 1966.
privileges and obligations of SIRIM. This will provide necessary flexibility for SIRIM to respond to these changes. The Amendments to the SIRIM (Incorporation) Act. there was a need to amend the SIRIM (Incorporation) Act 1975. Activity • • • • • To promote and undertake scientific industrial research To boost industrial efficiency and development To provide technology transfer and consultancy services To develop Malaysian standards and to promote standardization and quality assurance for greater competitiveness To enhance public and industrial welfare.national industrialisation and globalisation of markets. approved by Parliament. Objective SIRIM Berhad as the national organization of standardization and quality. Under this Amendment. SIRIM Berhad incorporated under the Companies Act was vested with all the rights. and further strengthen the linkages between SIRIM and the industry. came into effect on 24 July 1993. On 1 September 1996. and 1 September 2006. marked the 10th anniversary of corporatisation of SIRIM Berhad. and as the prime mover in industrial research and development acts as a catalyst in bringing about national economic dynamism through excellence in technology and international acceptance of Malaysian products and services. The Amendments allow SIRIM to undertake commercial operations through the formation of joint-venture or wholly-owned subsidiaries. Their mission is to enhance their customers’ competitiveness through technology and quality. The new SIRIM Board structure enables greater accountability and efficiency. health and safety . the 24-member SIRIM Council was replaced by a 13-member SIRIM of which six were from the public sector and seven from the private sector. and fulfill the needs of the shareholders. SIRIM was corporatised to be known as SIRIM Berhad.
It is a statutory body wholly owned by the Government of Malaysia with the paid-up capital progressively increased. to facilitate rapid and effective responses on financial matters for the public. • the Bank improves their understanding of financial matters as well as gain valuable insights on real issues facing the consumers in the financial sector which serve as inputs for policy decisions. Objectives Bank are being a banker and adviser to the Government. BNMLINK. BNM MINILINK was established at BNM branches in Johor Bahru. playing an active role in advising on macroeconomic policies and managing the public debt. where customer management and case management is put under one roof. Malaysia and keeps the Minister informed of matters pertaining to monetary and financial sector policies. In creating a one-stop centre for public interface.19. Activities • The Bank has also established the Agensi Kaunseling Dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK). The CBA 1958 has been repealed by the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009 which became effective on 25 November 2009. The ICC comprises the following: i. Kota Kinabalu and Kuching. . Pulau Pinang. To expand the outreach to cater for outstation customers. It is also the sole authority in issuing currency as well as managing the country's international reserves. a face-to-face customer service. Kuala Terengganu. currently at RM100 million. The Bank reports to the Minister of Finance.Commercial banks Establishment Established on 26 January 1959 under the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 1958 (CBA 1958). the Integrated Contact Centre (ICC) was formed.
letters and electronic mails. telephone calls. and iii.ii. . facsimiles. BNM TELELINK which complements the services of BNMLINK by attending to enquiries made via SMS. Complaint Management and Advisory. which among others. complaints against institutions under the purview of the Bank. including SMEs. facilitates resolution of the public.
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