From left are Ng Kong Boon, Visa Country Manager for Malaysia; B. Ravintharan, Senior Executive Vice President & Head, Cards, Maybank; Datuk Hamirullah Boorhan, Head, Community Financial Services Malaysia, Maybank; Datuk John Chong, Group CEO, Community Financial Services, Maybank; Datuk Mohamed Rafique Merican, CEO, Maybank Islamic and Perry Ong, Country Manager for Malaysia and Brunei, Mastercard. KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Islamic Bhd expects to issue about 45,000 of its new Maybank Islamic corporate cards, which has a charity element, within the next five years In a statement issued on Friday following the launch of the card, Maybank said this card is the first in the market that channels a percentage of customer spending to charity. Maybank Group said the bank will contribute 0.1% of all customer spending on overseas merchants such as eBay US, Amazon US and Apple Store US, to selected charity bodies. “Based on Shariah principles, the Maybank Islamic corporate card also provides a digital Shariah-compliant payment platform to assist businesses in the management and planning of their operations, ” it said. Card members will receive cashback for retail and online purchases - 0.3% cashback for local spend and 0.7% cashback on overseas spend. It is also the first Islamic corporate card in Malaysia to be offered in both Visa and Mastercard. Maybank Islamic CEO Datuk Mohamed Rafique Merican said: “Embodying the Islamic finance values of equitability and social well-being, this new Maybank Islamic corporate card is aimed at meeting the increasing demand by Shariah compliant and halal conscious businesses.” He said the current Covid-19 pandemic has made it more important than ever for banks to play a role in addressing the challenges within the communities they serve. “Maybank Islamic is committed to provide Shariah-compliant financial solutions that meet the needs of our customers and create a positive impact to the community, ” he said. Datuk Hamirullah Boorhan, head, community financial services Malaysia of Maybank, said as the market leader in cards, the banking group is constantly looking for new value-adding offerings for its customers. “The new Maybank Islamic Corporate Card caters to an increasingly conscious corporate customer segment by providing an alternative which they feel is better suited to their beliefs and values. “With this new addition which complements our conventional commercial cards range, we now offer a holistic suite of cards for our corporate, as well as individual customers. Having Visa and Mastercard, two of the world’s biggest payment network providers as our partners, our customers can be assured that their card experience will be a smooth and safe one, locally or overseas.” Ng Kong Boon, Visa country manager for Malaysia said: “We are pleased to partner Maybank Islamic to launch the first fully Shariah-compliant corporate card in Malaysia that has a charity element. “The corporate card business is an important segment for us, given that large corporations and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) make up more than one third of Malaysia’s GDP, ” he said. Ng said by using business payment cards, corporations will be able to better manage their expenses. He said Visa had created a halal lifestyle eCommerce platform “Myhalalstop.com” in collaboration with its global network of halal and Muslim-friendly merchant partners. Perry Ong, country manager for Malaysia and Brunei, Mastercard said by leveraging Maybank Islamic’s strong customer base in Islamic financing and Mastercard's payments technology, the new offering supports the rising demands of corporates and SMEs while ensuring payment transactions are easy, safe and secure. “Most importantly, it allows businesses to expand their social responsibility by giving back to the community," he said.
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