Online Funds Transfer (Malaysia & Philippines)

Flexible cash management and ease of transfer to Maybank accounts in Malaysia via Maybank2u.com.sg

Key info

  • Daily transfer limit of up to S$1.0M
  • No cable charge

 

Transfer funds to accounts with Maybank Malaysia and accounts with Maybank Philippines via Maybank2u.com.sg at your own time. With a daily transfer limit of up to S$3,000*, you'll enjoy more flexibility in cash management. You can also make transfers to payee accounts with other banks in the Philippines.

Benefits

  • Quick and efficient
     Transfers to MalaysiaTransfers to the Philippines
    Same-day transfer**Before 4 pm (Singapore time) on any business day (Mon – Fri)Before 2 pm (Singapore time) on any business day (Mon – Fri)
    Next business day transfer**
    • Transfers after 4 pm (Singapore time) on any business day (Mon – Fri),
    • On Saturday and Sunday
    • Transfers after 2 pm (Singapore time) on any business day (Mon – Fri)
    • On Saturday and Sunday
  • Flexible and convenient – simply log into Maybank2u.com.sg between 7 am and 10 pm on any day, including Sundays and public holidays, to effect a transfer
  • Straightforward process – just key in your designated payee's account number or register your favourite payee accounts

Fees and charges

 
Regionlink – Online Funds Transfer Malaysia
Regionlink – Online Funds Transfer Philippines
Fee
S$15
S$15ˆ
Limit
S$3000
S$3000ˆˆ

*The maximum amount that you can transfer to payee accounts using Online Funds Transfer (Malaysia & the Philippines) service is S$3,000 per day per customer, with option to increase up to a maximum of S$10,000. Simply fill up and mail us the Daily Transaction Limit Update Request form (PDF) if you wish to change the transaction limit
**If the transaction falls on a Malaysian public holiday or Philippines public holiday, it will be effected on the next business day in that respective country
ˆA fee of 150 Pesos will be levied on the recipient by Maybank Philippines
ˆˆThere is a restriction of 150,000 Pesos for each funds transfer transaction to payee accounts in the Philippines

Terms and conditions (PDF)

Questions? Our FAQ may help.