A Shariah-compliant savings account based on contract Qard (loan)
Why should I get this account?

A Shariah-compliant savings account based on Qard (loan) refers to a contract of lending money by a lender to a borrower where the borrower is bound to repay an equivalent amount to the lender. Ownership of the money belonging to the lender is transferred to the borrower and the borrower is obliged to repay the lender in full.

Customer as lender lend his money to Maybank Islamic as borrower.

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No cap on the withdrawal limit at home branches, plus protection by PIDM (Perbadanan Insurans Deposit Malaysia).

So how do I apply?

For minors aged 18 below and above and adults.

A Malaysian or Permanent Resident? Opening a Personal or Joint Account?

Please note the minimum deposit of RM1 for Trust/Minor/Student/Monthly instalment accounts and RM250 for Adults.

Ok? Then next steps:

Visit your nearest Maybank/Maybank Islamic branch, bring along your original Identity Card (IC), Birth Certificate and Passport for non-residents or foreigners, as your primary document.

You may also need to bring secondary supporting documents such as:
A valid passport (if IC is produced as a Primary document), a valid driving license, utility bills (e.g. water/electricity/telephone bills, Quit Rent, Assessment Notice in the name and address of the customer opening the account, a Letter of employment or your Credit card.

And that's it!

What about the small print?

We recommend you go through the small print in detail before you apply for this account.