RHB Investment Bank Berhad ( 53)

Also Known As RHBIB

  • Malaysia

Last Updated On 27 November 2018

Fast Facts

Country Malaysia
Ownership Type Foreign
Company Type Limited Liability
Principal Activities Provides investment banking services including corporate finance and investment advisory on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offering and underwriting; securities broking services; conventional and Islamic asset management services including fund, portfolio and wealth management; proprietary trading of various financial products and private equity investments in various sectors.
Sector (Definitions) Industry ( Expand All Collapse All )
Financial Services

  • Conventional

    • Islamic

  • Investment Advisory Services

    • Conventional

  • Investment Firms

    • Conventional

    • Private Equity Firms

      • Conventional

  • Conventional

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Name Type Country Holding
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Type Branches No. Location
Branches 7 Share Trading Centres - Cental Region
Branches 5 Share Trading Centres - Sabah Region
Branches 10 Share Trading Centres - Northern Region
Branches 6 Share Trading Centres - Southern Region
Branches 1 Melaka
Branches 5 Share Trading Centres - Sarawak Region
Branches 7 Malaysia
Branches 1 Subang Jaya
Branches 3 Share Trading Centres - - East Cost Region

Certification, Regulation & Rating

Islamic Economy Related Yes

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