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Tuesday, 3 August 2021, Kuala Lumpur – Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (“BPMB”) is committed to support the country’s economic recovery in line with its developmental mandate. In addition to its general corporate banking facilities, BPMB offers five financing schemes totalling RM5.6billion, at preferential financing rates, targeting key strategic sectors namely Digitalisation; Sustainability; Maritime & Logistics; Tourism; and Public Transportation. BPMB welcomes viable projects and businesses in these eligible sectors to submit their applications. So far these schemes, previously announced by the Government, have seen a total of RM2.4billion being approved for utilisation leaving RM3.2billion still available for deployment.


BPMB’s Chairman, Y.Bhg. Dato’ Sri Nazir Razak said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has hit businesses and industries hard. As a development finance institution, BPMB will play a catalytic role to help businesses and the economy recover. It is in unprecedented times like this that BPMB has to step up with counter-cyclical lending by looking at business viability over longer horizons and providing viable companies support over this extreme but temporary downturn.”


“Since inception, BPMB has been a strong partner to businesses in support of the development of Malaysia’s economy and improving the lives of the Rakyat. Guided by our vision and mission statement as Malaysia’s leading developmental partner, we are reinforcing our focus given the crucial needs of the country at the moment.” Nazir concluded.


Further details of the five schemes are as follows-



The RM1billion scheme is offered for transformation of Malaysia’s industrial capabilities by supporting the right ecosystem for Industry 4.0, to make Malaysia a preferred high technology manufacturing location.


IDTS is open to producers of technology, users and infrastructure providers. The IDTS can be used to part finance the acquisition and development of specific assets, as well as part finance projects and contracts relevant to digital technologies. Financing amount and term are subject to credit evaluation and project requirements.



SDFS was created to support Government’s efforts to implement the 17 sustainable development goals (“SDGs”) under the United Nation’s development program 2030 agenda for sustainable development.


Approximately RM2billion is allocated for this scheme to part finance the acquisition of assets and development of infrastructure. Financing amount and term are subject to credit evaluation and project requirements.



MLS is established to support the maritime related activities and services including aerospace and logistic activities. The RM1.5billion MLS is open to finance the acquisition of vessels, aircraft, development of shipyard and hangar, construction of ports, bond warehouse and also logistics related to maritime and aerospace sector.


Financing amount and term are subject to credit evaluation and project requirements.



The RM1billion TIS is established to provide financial assistance to existing and new companies dealing with or involved in tourism-related activities and services.


TIS is jointly administered by BPMB and the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture (“MOTAC”) to promote the tourism sector, including activities that contribute to the development of Malaysia’s tourism industry including hotels, convention centres, and facilities related to education, medical or agro tourism.


Financing amount and term are subject to credit evaluation and project requirements.  



PTS is an RM100 mil scheme with the main purpose of increasing the utilization of public transport by funding improvements and growth of public transport coverage and services.


The PTS is targeted for the development of public transports including the expansion of fleets, improvement of public transport facilities such as bus operators, trains and taxis. The PTS can be applied for businesses up to RM50 mil with financing period of up to 10 years.







Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad (“BPMB”) was incorporated on 28 November 1973 as a development financial institution. BPMB’s role includes the provision of various corporate financing facilities and training and advisory services, particularly to Bumiputera entrepreneurs. Today, BPMB is focused on medium to long-term financing in sectors deemed strategic to national economic development.


Owned by Minister of Finance (Incorporated), BPMB has been accorded the highest rating of ‘AAA’ by both RAM Rating Services Berhad and Malaysia Rating Corporation Berhad. It is regulated and supervised by Bank Negara Malaysia under the Development Financial Institution Act 2002.


BPMB is strongly capitalised and positioned for growth. As at 31st December 2020, BPMB Group has Total Assets valued at RM23.5billion and shareholders’ funds of RM7.9billion.


For more information, please contact: 


Anita Ramly

Head, Corporate Communications

Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad

Tel: (019) 332 4809



Izzat Ratna

Senior Executive, Corporate Communications

Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad

HP: (012) 642 1889