Address: Lot 4241, KM36, Jalan Jerangau, 21800 Ajil, Hulu Terengganu, Terengganu
Phone: 09-686 1797
Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman Address and Location
Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman is located at Lot 4241, KM36, Jalan Jerangau, 21800 Ajil, Hulu Terengganu, Terengganu.
Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman Customer Service Number
Contact Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman customer service helpline at 09-686 1797 for more information.
Contact Agrobank customer service helpline at 1300 88 2476 / +603-2079 0600 (Outside Malaysia) for more information about its products and services.
Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman Opening Hours
Sunday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Weekend & Public Holiday: Closed
Sunday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Weekend & Public Holiday: Closed
ATM / CDM / Fast Cheque Machines:
Daily: 4:00 am – 12:00 am
About Agrobank Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Bukit Diman
This is a branch by Agrobank.
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About Agrobank Malaysia
Agrobank is a leader in agriculture financing and values-based banking based (VBI)* in Malaysia.
Established in 1969, Agrobank is actively involved in charting the growth and development of Malaysia’s agriculture industry by offering shariah-compliant products and solutions across various customer segments including corporate, commercial, consumer, trade finance, and micro-financing customers. Agrobank is a full-fledged Islamic bank since 1st July 2015.
As a market-driven, customer-centric DFI (Development Financial Institution) with a primary focus on strengthening the agriculture sector in Malaysia, Agrobank strikes an equal balance to its developmental and commercial roles to benefit the agriculture sector. Agrobank provides a comprehensive repertoire of financing solutions for the agriculture community; which includes upstream activities related to primary food and commodities-based agriculture activities to downstream activities such as processing, marketing, and distribution of agricultural products. Agrobank also offers retail banking financing solutions to improve the well-being of the agriculture community. This is done through its network of 192 customer touchpoints including 138 branches, 1 agro banking, 1 virtual banking, 10 commercial financing centres, 34 kiosks, 8 agro corners, and agro points.
In 2019, Agrobank celebrates its golden jubilee Anniversary, as it marks 50 years of its proud establishment developing the agro-industry.
Bank Pertanian Malaysia (BPM) was established in 1969 to finance irrigation projects to accommodate double cropping for paddy planting in Kedah and Perlis, known as the Muda Agricultural Development Authority (MADA) area.
Subsequent to its establishment to provide credit assistance to farmers, BPM opened two branches, the first in Alor Setar, Kedah in April 1970 and the second in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. By 1980, BPM had emerged as the largest credit service provider in the rural agriculture sector.
Upon the passing of the BPMB Bill on 19 December 2007, BPM was corporatized under the Companies Act 1965 and commercially known as Agrobank, a Government-owned bank under the purview of the Minister of Finance Incorporated. Focusing on agriculture, the Bank’s financing of the agriculture sector is guided by policies determined by the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industries.
Effective 1 July 2015, Agrobank officially became a full-fledged Islamic bank. The transition to the Islamic banking system is seen as a positive development, based on the rapid growth of the Islamic banking sector in the country. With the transition, Agrobank is now able to provide Islamic banking products and services to fulfill the requirements of the halal food industry. This will in turn further increase investor and consumer confidence in the halal status of Malaysian halal products, given that these are backed by Shariah-compliant business transactions.