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CIMB (Group) is a universal multinational bank, headquarted in Kuala Lumpur and operates units throughout Southeast Asia as well as in other major cities around the world such as Hong Kong, Melbourne, Shanghai and Mumbai. It also has equity operations in London and New York. It was founded in 1924 as Bian Ching Bank in Kuching and over the years merged with other banks such as Ban Hin Lee Bank, Bank Lippo, Bank Niaga, United Asian Bank, Southern Bank and Bumiputra Commerce Bank, which resulted in the official formation of the CIMB Group in 2006. Its operations are focused on Consumer Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking and Markets and Group Asset Management & Insurance. Their investment bank is one of the largests in Asia. It also has an Islamic banking and finance franchise, called CIMB Islamic.
Jalan Raja Laut
50350 Kuala Lumpur
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listed on Bursa Malaysia
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Voluntary standardsCIMB has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
The internal policies, procedures and guidelines of CIMB can be found on page 218-221 of its annual report 2015.