RegionLink - Online Funds Transfer
(Malaysia and the Philippines)
Enjoy the convenience of transferring funds to accounts with Maybank in Malaysia and the Philippines via Maybank Online Banking (www.maybank2u.com.sg). With a daily transfer limit of up to S$3,000*, you have more flexibility in cash management. You can also make transfers to payee accounts with other banks in the Philippines through RegionLink.
- Daily transfer limit of up to S$3,000
- Option to increase daily transfer limit to S$20,000
- Quick and efficient
Send toSame-day transfer**Next-business-day transfer** Maybank Malaysia Sent before 4 pm (Singapore time) on any business day, (Mondays to Fridays)
- Sent after 4 pm (Singapore time) on any business day, (Mondays to Fridays)
- On Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
Maybank PhilippinesReal time transfer
- Flexible and convenient. Just logon to Maybank Online Banking (www.maybank2u.com.sg) 24 x 7 to make a transfer
- Straight-forward process. Simply register your payee account online before performing a funds transfer. You will need to use the New Security Token to update your payee accounts online.
Note: For fund transfers made to other banks in the Philippines, it is not within Maybank’s means to advise on when funds will be credited to the payee's account.
Fees and charges
To the Philippines
|*||The default limit that you can transfer to payee accounts using Online Funds Transfer (Malaysia & Philippines) service is S$3,000 per day, per customer, with an option to increase up to a maximum of S$20,000. Simply mail us the completed Daily Transaction Limit Update Request form (PDF) if you wish to change the transaction limit. For immediate update of your Daily Transaction Limit, please log into Maybank Online Banking (www.maybank2u.com.sg) to make changes online via Funds Transfer > View/Amend Limit|
|**||If the transaction falls on a Malaysia or Philippines public holiday, it will be effected on the next business day in that respective country.|
|ˆ||Service or any other fees charged by other banks is at the discretion of the respective banks. There is a restriction of 150,000 Pesos for each funds transfer transaction to payee accounts in the Philippines.|
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