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CIMB is a local bank with 320+ Branches. They offer 10 different Credit Cards, 5 Personal Loans and 17 Mortgages.
CIMB has a variety of personal loans that cater to a variety of needs. Whether you’re taking the loan for a holiday, a wedding, or even a car accessory, CIMB bank is able to cater to your financial needs. Take a look at the personal loans that CIMB has to offer you:
CIMB’s Cash Plus Personal Loan is a
hassle-free loan that you can use for a variety of purposes. It offers you a
loan with a tenure of up to 5 years with no collaterals and no guarantor with
To apply for the Cash Plus Personal Loan,
you must fulfil the following:
You will also need to provide the following
Employed - Sole Proprietor, Partnership, Private Listed Company (Sdn Bhd):
a) Minimum latest 6 months company bank statement OR
b) Latest Form B/BE AND LHDN payment receipt OR
c) Latest e-Form B/BE AND latest e-filing acknowledgment receipt
This is the personal loan to apply for if you want quick and flexible financing! You can apply for an amount that is up to 8X your gross monthly income. What better plan to achieve your dreams? No collaterals, no guarantor, and a flexible repayment tenure of up to 5 years.
To apply for the loan, you must fulfil the following:
You will also need to provide the following documents:
A personal loan based on the concept of Commodity Murabahah-Tawarruq, which is secured by ASB/ASB2 Certificate.
The requirements differ depending on what persona loan you are looking at. However, in general, the common requirements are that you must be a Malaysian (or a permanent resident), are aged 18 years old and above, and have been employed for at least 6 months.
The fees and charges will depend on which personal loan you are applying for. However, most of the fees and charges are minimal, such as a 1% p.a. charge on the instalment amounts.
Typically, you will need to provide your latest 3-month payslip, bank statement of salary crediting account, or 3-month EPF statement, or a combination of all the documents.