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RHB Islamic To Provide e-solutions To PBT Pengerang
Last update: 30/10/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 30 (Bernama) -- RHB Islamic Bank Bhd†today, signed a strategic partnership with†the Pengerang†Local Authority (PBT Pengerang)†to provide total e-solutions towards†managing its payment and collection services.

In a statement, RHB Islamic said the partnership would boost PBT Pengerang's capabilities to enable it to tap into new business opportunities.

"Through this†collaboration, RHB Islamic will be able to provide local businesses and vendors of Bandar Penawar,†simple,†fast and seamless banking.

"We will continuously work towards providing our customers with innovative financial solutions to meet their business needs," said†Managing Director, Datuk Adissadikin Ali.

Meanwhile, PBT Pengerang†President,†Bukhari†Abd Rahman said with the services provided, taxpayers can now make†payments from the comfort of their home or offices.

RHB Islamic would be providing its Financial†Chain Solutions to over 40 vendors within the PBT Pengerang Community.

This includes the financial process exchange†for business to consumer and business to business,†salary remittance for employees, in-house transactions for an improved cash flow and a Corporate Employee Privilege Scheme.

This partnership also sees MSC Cyberport Johor†as the portal provider, currently hosting the e-Khidmat portal, for customers to apply for business licences, checking of assessment status, rental and compounds, among others.



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