In recognizing the need to raise financial literacy awareness in Malaysia, RinggitPlus collaborated with key industry partners to gain deeper insights into current financial habits and challenges faced by Malaysians.
“We worked together with our partners in preparing the survey questions to do a deep dive into studying the financial habits of Malaysians across the overall finance ecosystem. As part of the collaboration, we are also offering our key partners customized reports that include additional data and insights to help them better design their products and services to suit the differing financial needs of Malaysians. Together, we can all do our part in equipping everyday Malaysians with the right tools and knowledge to better manage their money,” said Hann Liew, Co-Founder and Director of RinggitPlus.
“ASNB is proud to partner with RinggitPlus for RMFLS 2022 as we aim to support financial literacy initiatives and continue to nurture healthy attitudes in financial management for Malaysians. This survey is an important point of reference that not only gauges the current state of financial literacy levels of Malaysians, but also one that lets major industry players such as ourselves to align our strategy to make wealth creation accessible to all Malaysians. It is our hope that financial literacy levels improve significantly over time, and that Malaysians be future-ready for their short- and long-term financial goals,” quotes Muzzaffar Othman, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad (ASNB).
“We are delighted to be part of RinggitPlus’s Financial Literacy Survey as it allows us to feel the pulse and keep track of our customers’ needs in order to ensure relevancy when providing solutions. Ultimately, this helps us cater to their particular needs. This keeps us true to OCBC Bank’s values where we place emphasis on creating long-term and sustainable offerings for our customers while ensuring their experience with us is #SimplySpotOn, ” said Anne Leh, Managing Director & Head of Consumer Financial Services, OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad.
“Visa is proud to partner with RinggitPlus once again for the RMFLS 2022 to drive financial literacy in Malaysia and ensure that Malaysians are equipped with the knowledge and confidence to manage their finances. We want Malaysians to be empowered with financial freedom. Through this survey, we hope to gain further insights on consumer needs and financial habits to help upskill more Malaysians and help them make informed and smart financial management decisions,” told Ng Kong Boon, Visa Country Manager for Malaysia.
“Our partnership with RinggitPlus is to empower Malaysians to uplift their credit scores through knowing the importance of having good credit health. We want to prepare them early towards establishing a strong credit history and to be able to constantly stay updated on their personal credit profile. As such, equipping them with more knowledge of financial literacy will help them stay alert on their credit movement and be able to safeguard their credit identity from fraudulent activities. We hope to continuously educate Malaysians about maintaining good credit scores and financial health, as it is the first and vital step to better personal financial control and management.” said Dawn Lai, Chief Executive Officer of Experian Information Services (Malaysia).
“We are proud to be a strategic partner for RinggitPlus’ 2022 Financial Literacy Survey. The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed consumer spending, shopping and payment behaviour in Malaysia. Being part of the annual landmark survey this year will further drive collaboration and conversations with industry stakeholders on how to support Malaysian consumers through greater financial access and technology, as well as raising the overall financial literacy levels in the country.” said Daphne Lourdes, Head of Marketing, Atome Malaysia.
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