Present Announcement of Interest Rate and Fee

  Announcement Effective Date Download
1. Deposit Rates  
  1.1 Retails, Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) 24 Mar 2017 Download
  1.2 Corporate & Institutional Banking Clients 15 May 2017 Download
2. 2.1 Deposit Rates for foreign currency deposits 3 Aug 2016 Download
  2.2 Foreign currency deposits withdrawal and deposit fee 15 Oct 2014 Download
  2.3 Foreign Currency Deposits Conditions and Fee 15 Oct 2014 Download
3. Bill of Exchange 24 Aug 2012 Download
4. Loan Interest Rate 2 Jun 2017 Download
5. Fee of Deposit Product  
  5.1 Retail Bank (Individual Client) 21 Jan 2017 Download
  5.2 Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) 21 Jan 2017 Download
  5.3 Corporate & Institutional Banking Clients 16 Nov 2016 Download
6. Fees and Other Expenses - Loan 16 Nov 2015 Download
7. Trade Services 15 Oct 2014 Download
8. Interest Rate, Service Fees and any Expenses for Personal Loan customers under the Instalment Loan product approved by Bank 16 Nov 2015 Download
9. Interest Rates, Service Charges, Fees and Other Expenses  
  9.1 Credit Card 16 Nov 2015 Download
10. Loan Interest Rate, Penalties, Service Charges, Expenses and other service fees for Automobile Loan (Auto money) 18 Aug 2010 Download

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