Our website has been refreshed with a new look and more user-friendly features!
AICB is pleased to introduce our newly designed website.
By adopting a more minimalistic and intuitive design, our aim was to provide visitors with a user-friendly browsing experience with greater accessibility to key information on the Institute, our membership, qualifications and thought leadership initiatives.
We do hope that you enjoy exploring our new website. For further enquiries/feedback,
do contact our Member Services team at [email protected].
Kindly note that AICB’s physical office remains closed until further notice but business operations continue as usual remotely from Mondays to Fridays, 9 am to 6 pm. For enquiries, please email us at [email protected] or call us at 1300-88-6833 / 03-2095 6833.
Our new business address is as follows:
Levels 11 & 12,
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50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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Click on the programmes below to find out how AICB’s qualifications can build your competence and give you the recognition you need for personal and professional growth.
A specialist qualification for individuals selling and marketing structured products and unlisted debt securities, following regulatory requirements defined by Bank Negara Malaysia and Securities Commission Malaysia’s Guidelines on Investor Protection. Read More
“My journey to becoming a Chartered Banker is a valuable learning experience and a commitment to enhancing my professional competence in banking”
Learning new skills as a banking professional requires determination and adaptability. I am always looking to enhance my knowledge, so taking the Chartered Banker programme was only natural. This journey gives me the knowledge base, professional competence and confidence I need to face the new era of banking.
Discover how you too can build banking career – be an AICB member.
Hor Ri Na
Assistant Vice President, Cash Market Management, Citibank
“As an AICB member, I have the added advantage of continuous learning and upskilling. That gives me a real, added advantage in my career.”
The Chartered Banker programme helps me achieve and maintain the highest standards of competence and professionalism. My journey includes multiple compulsory and elective modules in three levels of study – Executive Banker, Professional Banker and, finally, Chartered Banker. This pathway provides extensive and critical knowledge of the banking sector and concepts of ethical professionalism.
You, too, can achieve your career goals. Find out more about AICB membership.
Manager, Knowledge & Skills Monitoring, HSBC Amanah Malaysia Berhad
AICB membership provides many benefits, including professional recognition, learning support and opportunities for personal and professional growth.
AICB offers a suite of professional qualifications and membership designations to relevant individuals to further equip them with skills to face the challenges of the evolving banking landscape.
For more details on Individual membership, please click here.
AICB’s corporate membership is open to licensed banks, licensed investment banks, other licensed financial institutions, regulators of the banking and financial services industry, and other institutions approved by the Council.
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The AICB Council is the governing body of AICB and together with several key committees and the management team, it objectively ensures that the management and governance of the Institute’s various functions are held to high standards.
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e-KYC Regulatory Framework
With the roll out of eKYC Policy by BNM on 30 June 2020, FIs will have to ensure controls are properly implemented prior to launching their eKYC platforms. In this webinar, understand the current e-KYC regulatory framework for FIs in Malaysia and its key challenges, and explore best practices to mitigate and manage ML/TF risks emerging from e-KYC.
ESG issues in the banking sector
Join this webinar to gain awareness on latest ESG developments in the industry; key ESG considerations in the banking sector; the implications of ESG in strategy, risk management framework and operations; and practical steps for banks as they integrate ESG and sustainable finance throughout the organisation.
Updated Exam Activity Schedules and Revised Programme Fees for Investor Protection Professional Certification (IPPC) & Pasaran Kewangan Malaysia Certificate (PKMC)
Following our announcement on 18 Jan 2021, kindly note that we have updated the exam activity schedules and revised the programme fees for Investor Protection Professional Certification (IPPC) and Pas... Read More
Updated PCC modules to be examinable beginning 1 June 2021
For the attention of: Banks’ Learning & Development Departments/Divisions Professional Credit Certification (PCC) Trainers Candidates of Updated Professional Credit Certification AICB is ple... Read More
Preliminary Notice of AICB's 43rd Annual General Meeting
Preliminary notice is hereby given that the 43rd Annual General Meeting of Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers [Registration No. 197701004872 (35880-P)] will be held on Wednesday, 9 June 2021, at 10.... Read More
AICB'S BANKING INSIGHTS
Stay ahead of the curve, with industry insights and developments.
AICB’s thought leadership publications and Banking Insight magazine provide you with industry-relevant knowledge and keep you up-to-date on key developments in the banking industry.
Sustainable Finance Must be the Basis of Malaysia’s Post-COVID Future
With governments intensifying efforts to stimulate economic recovery amid the pandemic, it is an opportune time for the banking sector to participate in sustainable finance to achieve this goal. Read More
Helicopter Money: How, for What, to Whom, and By Whom? Stimulus Packages in a Time of Crisis
How should transfer of purchasing power be accomplished? What is the intended purpose of the policy? Who should be the recipient of the ‘helicopter drops’? Which official sector agency should be in charge? Read More
Proliferation Finance: Still Out of Sight, Out of Mind?
Director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Tom Keatinge shares insights into the state-of-play in proliferation financing across the region and whether the initiatives taken by banks to manage the issue are adequate. Read More