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CIMB Clinches 21 Awards At Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards 2017
Last update: 02/06/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, June 2 (Bernama) -- CIMB Group bagged 21 awards at the Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards 2017, including that of "Sukuk House of the Year, Asia Pacific" for the fifth consecutive year.

Group Chief Executive Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Aziz said the success reflected continued efforts that the group has invested over the years to strengthen its Islamic finance capabilities.

"These multiple wins will spur us on to keep delivering the best customer value proposition to our clients, and to forward our aspiration to become a leading ASEAN universal bank," he said in a statement today.

Among the other awards secured by the group were "Best Investment Bank, Asia Pacific", "Best Investment Bank, Malaysia", Asset Management House of the Year, Asia Pacific" and "Islamic Deal of the Year".



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US 4.2250/2270
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100 Yen 3.7399/7427
Sterling 5.5808/5847
Euro 4.9851/9879
Source: Bank Negara Malaysia

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