CIMB launches TravelCurrency

KUALA LUMPUR—CIMB Bank Bhd. has launched the CIMB TravelCurrency, which provides a convenient way to purchase various foreign-currency notes online for international travel.

In a statement on Sunday, CIMB said the transfer could be made via CIMB Bank and CIMB Clicks Internet banking page at competitive rates.

“It allows customers to purchase the currency of choice by making their payment through CIMB Clicks or using FPX channel, which facilities payment using other financial institutions’ online payment channel,” it said.

The CIMB TravelCurrency allows customers to purchase the currency online at their desired time and collect at any of the 11 CIMB Bank Currency Exchange locations nationwide.

CIMB CEO of Group Consumer Banking Renzo Viegas is confident of CIMB TravelCurrency’s unique offering as it provides a new, convenient, fast and secure way for customers to purchase foreign currencies online at competitive rates.


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