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1 January 2009
Affin Bank catches up Online.
Malaysian Business

AFFIN BANK BHD IS POISED TO catch up with the rest of the online world.

The bank has finally launched, its very own Internet-based retail banking facility.

Affin Bank's managing director Dato' Sri Abdul Hamidy Abdul Hafiz reasons that the bank took its time to come online as they wanted to offer only the best to its customers.

'We have been monitoring and reviewing our competitors' online offerings and based from that we have come out with the best possible solutions that now help our everyday customers do their banking transactions with the ease, safety and simplicity of point-and-click,' he adds.

Abdul Hamidy agrees that online banking is already prevalent in Malaysia.

'With, our strategy is based on serving the needs of any customer who may not have the time to go to banks - busy entrepreneurs, the aged or disabled, people living in areas without banks nearby, people on holiday or parents with young children,' he explains.

With, customers will have access to a variety of transaction options. These transactions will be secure because was designed on a strategy based on three basic premises: easy to use, convenient and safe.

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