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RHB introduces new Reflex mobile banking application
Last update: 13/09/2018

Kuala Lumpur, Sept 13 (Bernama) – RHB Bank Bhd (RHB) has introduced its new RHB Reflex mobile banking application, which offers business clients, versatile cash flow management capabilities.

RHB said the application enables users to authorise all types of transactions via mobile, including bulk payment, single payment, payroll management and bill payments.

“lt also allows users to view all accounts and transactions performed by their respective companies and subsidiaries,” said its Head of Group Business and Transaction Banking, Jeffrey Ng Eow Oo in a statement today. 

Ng said this is in line with the banks digital transformation initiative and to date, the bank has seen an increase of 25 per cent year-on-year of new clients for its digital platform.

Clients with a RHB Business Current Account and RHB Reflex in Malaysia and Singapore can now download the Reflex mobile application on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for free and without any new registration.




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