RHB Personal Financing-i for Private

    The RHB Personal Financing-i Loan is offered for those working in private sectors. You will get reasonable interest rates with an affordable monthly instalment amount with this personal loan.

    Interest Rates

    This personal loan offers you competitive interest rates that makes the loan and the repayment more convenient and easy for you. The interest for the first 12 months will be calculated on a flat rate, and from then onwards it will vary depending on your loan period and amount. You can choose a loan tenure up to 7 years only if your approved loan amount is a minimum RM11,000 and above.

    Category Min Amount (RM) Max Amount (RM) EIR p.a. 12 Months (p.a.) 24 Months (p.a.) 36 Months (p.a.) 48 Months (p.a.) 60 Months (p.a.) 72 Months (p.a.) 84 Months (p.a.)
    Tier 1 2,000 10,000 24% 13.47% 13.45% 13.75% 14.12% 14.52% NA NA
    Tier 1 11,000 15,000 24% 13.47% 13.45% 13.75% 14.12% 14.52% 14.93% 15.33%
    Tier 2 16,000 50,000 21% 11.74% 11.66% 11.88% 12.16% 12.46% 12.78% 13.09%
    Tier 3 51,000 99,000 18% 10.02% 9.91% 10.05% 10.25% 10.47% 10.70% 10.94%
    Tier 4 100,000 150,000 15% 8.31% 8.18% 8.27% 8.40% 8.55% 8.71% 8.87%

    Features and Benefits

    • You can choose a loan amount starting from a minimum RM2,000 with a maximum of up to RM150,000.
    • You can opt for a loan tenure ranging from 1 year up to 7 years.
    • You will get to pay a low and reasonable instalment amount every month based on your loan amount and loan period.
    • You have to pay a flat rate interest for the first 12 months.
    • You need not pay any processing or disbursement fee to apply for this loan.
    • You do not have to present any collateral or guarantor to get this loan.
    • You do not need to pay your monthly instalment amount directly to the bank as it will be deducted from your salary from the 2nd month onwards.

    Fees & Charges

    Fee Details Fees and Charges
    Processing Fee No Charge
    Disbursement Fee No Charge
    Late Payment Fee 1% p.a. on outstanding due amount
    Early Exit Penalty Charge RM100 or 1% on loan amount whichever is higher if loan is settled within the first 6 months
    Stamp Duty Charge As per Stamp Act 1949 (Revised in 1989)

    What documents do I need to prepare for RHB Personal Financing-i for Private Sector

    Salaried Applicants

    • Copy of MyKad (front and back)
    • Salary Slip or Commission Statement (1 Month) and Bank Statement (1 Month) or EPF Statement (6 Months)
    • Latest Form B/BE (with validated receipt of payment to IRB)

    Self Employed Applicants

    • Copy of MyKad (front and back)
    • Form 9, 24, 49 or Business Registration
    • Bank Statement (6 Months)

    Commission Earning Applicants

    • Copy of MyKad (front and back)
    • Salary Slip or Commission Statement (6 Months)
    • Bank Statement (6 Months) or Latest BE Form

    How to Apply for RHB Personal Financing-i for Private Sector?

    You need to download the application form which is available on the RBH website. Fill up the application form with relevant information. You need to visit the nearest branch of RHB Bank and submit your application form along with the required documents. You can track the status of your loan using the RHB internet banking facilities.


    Q. Do I require any mandatory insurance cover to get this loan? If yes, what type of insurance cover do I need to take up?

    A. Yes. An insurance cover is mandatory to get approval for this personal loan. This is to ensure repayment of the loan in event of death or permanent and total disability of the borrower. The RHB Bank has a panel of insurance operators to choose from. As a second option, you can choose your own preferred insurance operator who would be accepted by the bank as long as that insurance operator meets the minimum criteria of the bank.

    Q. Can I settle my loan fully before loan tenure ends? If yes, what are the terms and conditions associated with it?

    A. Yes. You can settle your loan fully before the loan maturity date. The bank has imposed a lock-in period of 6 months from the date your loan is approved. If you settle your loan fully within the first 6 months, then you may have to pay either an early exit fee of RM100 or 1% on your total loan amount whichever is higher. Also, the interest rate or rebate will be recalculated based on the flat interest rate where you have to pay the charges upfront. However, if you settle the loan fully after the lock-in period of the first 6 months, you do not need to pay any early termination fees.

    Q. What if I am not able to pay my monthly instalments on time?

    A. The bank expects you to pay your minimum monthly instalment amount on or before the due date specified by the branch. If you do not make the payment on time, then you need to pay a late payment fee which will add to your expenses. The late payment fee is 1% p.a. on your total outstanding amount. It would be calculated on a daily basis until your pay your outstanding due. The bank can also set-off the amount that you owe from your salary account.

    Further if you default on repayments, then the bank may take legal action against you where you need to pay extra costs, fees or expenses that bank would acquire through the legal procedure. It is recommended that you pay your minimum due amount every month on time. If your circumstances change then contact the bank immediately to discuss your situation and any repayment alternatives.

    Q. How long would it take for the bank to approve my loan?

    A. The standard process time for the bank to approve your loan is 3 working days if your application and documentation meets the criteria of the bank. The bank can also ask you for additional documents or information if required which make delay the process time depending on the situation. If the bank offers the On-Spot Approval and Disbursement (OSAD) then the whole process could take an hour approximately.

    Q. Whom do I need to contact in case of any enquiries, doubts or complaints?

    A. You can call the RHB Bank on 03-9206 8118 (Peninsular Malaysia) or 082-276 118 (Sabah and Sarawak). You can email your query or concern to [email protected] You can also visit any RHB Branches for any queries or complaints.

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