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Maybank Singapore /
Posted 1 week ago

Since the signing of the Johor-Singapore Special Economic Zone (JS-SEZ) Memorandum of Understanding in January this year, many are anticipating the opportunities and economic benefits it will offer. Maybank held its first Johor-Singapore Access event in Singapore for clients yesterday, gathering experts to share insightful perspectives on how businesses in Singapore can capitalise on greater business opportunities from the JS-SEZ. As the fourth largest bank in ASEAN by assets, one of the Bankโ€™s key focuses has been on supporting businesses and customers through our cross-border initiatives and our pan-ASEAN footprint allows us to provide the necessary tools and services to facilitate these opportunities. Speaking on a panel of esteemed guests at the event, Mr Alvin Lee, Country CEO of Maybank Singapore said, โ€œAt Maybank, we will continue to power the growth of the Malaysia-Singapore corridor through facilitating cross-border business services, solutions and digital networks to support our clientsโ€™ business needs. As a leading bank in Singapore for over 60 years, Maybank will have a significant role to play as the Malaysia-Singapore corridor grows and as the JS-SEZ becomes a closer reality. โ€ #MaybankSG #MYSG #JSSEZ

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