EPF declares 5.45% dividend for 2019 | The Malaysian Insight

EPF declares 5.45% dividend for 2019


EPF declares 5.45% dividend for 2019

The fund will be paying more than RM41 billion to conventional account holders.

The Employees Provident Fund has announced a 5.45% dividend for conventional accounts and 5% for shariah depositers. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 22, 2020.Following the declaration, EPF will pay out RM41.68 billion and RM4.14 billion.

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