You may transfer funds to your own accounts or a third party account within AFFINBANK / AFFIN ISLAMIC as well as other bank accounts via :
Yes, you may schedule future funds transfer – at a future date or on a recurring basis.
Yes, you may edit / delete your future or recurring transfer as below :
Maximum of 50 favourite transfer.
Status will show successful.
Transfer Funds within your own AFFINBANK account(s).
Steps on how to perform One Time Own Account Transfer :
Transfer Funds to other AFFINBANK account’s holder.
Open 3rd Party or Inter-Bank Account Transfer
Registered 3rd Party or Inter-Bank Account Transfer
A 3rd Party Account's detail has to be registered before a registered 3rd Party Account Transfer can be performed.
Steps on how to register 3rd Party Account :
Steps on how to perform Registered 3rd Party Account Transfer :
Steps on how to perform Open 3rd Party Account Transfer:
The default limit for 3rd Party Account Transfers is RM10,000 per day and the maximum limit is RM50,000 per day. However, you may set your own daily transaction limit between RM1,000 to RM50,000 maximum at Utilities Menu and Change Preferred Account Transfer Limit (Per Day) via affinOnline.com
For Non-Residents, the maximum combined limit is RM 10,000 for both 3rd party transfer and Interbank Account Transfer.
Instant or immediate credit.
Transfer Funds to accounts in other local banks.
The Inter-Bank account has to be registered before Registered Inter-Bank Account Transfer can be performed.
Steps on how to register Inter-Bank Account:
Steps on how to perform Registered Inter-Bank Account Transfer:
Steps on how to perform Open Inter-Bank Account Transfer:
The default limit for Inter-Bank Account Transfer (IBG & Instant Transfer) is RM2,000 per day and the maximum limit is RM50,000 per day.
However, you may set your own daily transaction limit between RM1,000 to RM50,000 maximum at Utilities Menu and Change Preferred Account Transfer Limit (Per Day) function via affinOnline.com.
For Non-Residents, the maximum combined limit is RM 10,000 for both 3rd party transfer and Inter-bank Account Transfer.
* Under normal circumstances
Telegraphic Transfer enables customers to transfer money to 3rd party accounts in foreign countries.
Below the Currency, Country and NOSTRO agent list:
The maximum transaction limit is RM5, 000 and it is subjected to a daily maximum limit of RM10, 000 per customer per day.
Yes, there will be commission and cable charges applicable as below :
Sorry, you are unable to perform Telegraphic Transfer in local currency (MYR) but you may use the Inter-Bank Account Transfer feature for local currency (MYR) transfer.
Please refer below Appendix.
The Telegraphic Transfer has to be registered before Registered Telegraphic Transfer can be performed.
Steps on how to register Telegraphic Transfer Account:
Steps on how to perform Registered Telegraphic Transfer Account :
Steps on how to perform Open Telegraphic Transfer Account :
Please refer to the below website link for more details about all ISO 13616-compliant national IBAN.
(International Bank Account Number)
The IBAN consists of up to 34 alphanumeric characters, as follows:
IBAN no. for a/c with Commerzbank AG, Germany
A Sort Code is a unique number assigned to each bank in UK to identify the bank branch of the customers' account.
The Sort Code, which is consist a six-digit number, is usually formatted as three pairs of number.
Sort Code Format
Sort Code for a/c with Natwest, Reading, UK
A BSB Numbers (Bank/State/Branch number) is used for the purpose of abbreviating a customer’s bank information.
The format of the BSB number is as follows:
BSB Number for a/c with ANZ Bank, Hamilton Queensland, Australia
(Federal Reserve Wire Network)
A Fedwire (or ABA) code is also commonly known as a Routing number. It is a bank code used in the United States, which identifies financial institutions.
This code is also used to process automated transfers and other transactions.
Fedwire/ABA codes for a/c with Comerica Bank, USA
(China National Advance Payments System)
CNAPS Bank Code is the code of bank institutions developed and published by the People's Bank of China and used in fund transfer and clearing between different banks.
CNAPS no. for a/c with Bank of China, China
(Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication)
Standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire \ transfers and also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them. The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The code formatted = AAAA AA AA
SWIFT BIC for Affin Bank Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia