Finally, the merger between Hong Leong bank & EON bank has completed. This exercise creates Malaysian fourth largest bank based on assets size & market capitalization.
The table below shows the ranking of Malaysian Banks based on assets size and market capitalization as of early 2011.
Previously we look at “Compilation of Cash rebate credit cards“.
For those who prefer to use Debit Card instead of Credit Card to control spending, there are a number of banks offer debit cards with cash rebate. However, the quantum of rebate is lower when compare to rebate from credit card spending.
The table below is the list of debit cards that offers good cash rebate to the cardholders.
Cash rebate credit cards are getting popular. More and more card issuers introduce cards with this features and many cardholders prefer this kind of benefits rather than reward points.
Due to so many choices, consumers may get confuse and do not know which card to apply. Hopefully, with this compilation or comparison, it will easier for them.
The table below is the list of cards that offers excellent cash rebate to the cardholders throughout the year. Bear in mind that cards that have limited time cash rebate or cash rebate promotions are excluded from the list.
Fixed Deposit is known to be one of the most secure investment but with a lower return. If you like to invest your money in fixed deposit you may choose from the list below to maximize your return.
Since July 2010, fixed deposit rate does not change very much because Bank Negara maintain the OPR at 2.75% since then. However, banks do make some adjustment to their rate.
The table below are the latest conventional fixed deposit rate as of December 2010.
You may look at this page for the most up to date rates. Alternatively you may want to look at Islamic Fixed Deposit or General Investment Account (GIA-i) rates.
Yesterday, we look at conventional fixed deposit rate for September 2010. However, if you prefer to deposit in Islamic Fixed Deposit Account or commonly known as General Investment Account (GIA-i) instead of conventional fixed deposit account, the rates are shown in the table below.
Kindly note that, the rate showed in the table below are only indicative. It means that, the rates may changes according to agreed profit sharing ratio. Alternatively you may want to look at this page.