Features

  • Cheque-issuing facilities
  • Smart cash flow management with Straight2Bank
  • Overdraft facility

Eligibility

  • Sole Proprietor & Partnership
  • Limited Companies
  • Clubs, Societies, Associations, Mosques, Temples, Churches & Religious Bodies
  • Solicitor's Accounts
  • Professional Practices
  • Trust Accounts

FAQs

  • What is the minimum deposit amount needed to open a Business One Account?
    RM5,000.

  • Is Business One Account eligible for PIDM protection?
    Yes.

  • Do I earn interest on Business One Account?
    No.

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Disclaimer

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