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Malaysia's OCBC Al-Amin offers 7 days,day and night Islamic banking

OCBC Al-Amin Bank launched Malaysia's first standalone seven-days-a-week Islamic day-and-night banking branches.

Director and Chief Executive Officer Syed Abdul Aziz Syed Kechik said OCBC was essentially opening self-service branches for longer hours at places where people normally conducted their daily activities.

Open daily from 10 am to 10 pm, the three new branches at the Bukit Bintang monorail station, Balakong and Taman Melawati can be recognised by the "Xpres" sign.

OCBC said the branches are part of a larger strategy to expand the Islamic bank's reach and provide a convenient touch point closer to where existing and potential customers work and live.

The branches thrive on a self-service platform as customers are empowered to perform banking transactions themselves, it said.

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