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Kuala Lumpur

MUFG Bank (Malaysia) Berhad

Address Level 22, 23 & 24, Plaza Conlay, No.18, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone 60-3-2034-8000
MUFG Bank (Malaysia) Berhad


Corporate Banking
  • Export Credit Financing
  • Loans – Term Loans, Overdraft Facilities, Revolving Credit, Foreign Currency Loan
  • Loans to Small & Medium Enterprise (Including Credit Guarantee Corporate Loans)
  • Bankers Acceptance
  • Letter of Guarantee
  • Account Receivables Purchase (ARPS)
  • Vendors Financing
  • Murabahah Working Capital-I (MWC-i)
  • Commodity Murabahah Financing-I (CMF-i)
Corporate Finance
  • Advising on Private Debt Securities (both Conventional and Islamic)
  • Advising on Asset Securitization
  • Other Corporate Investment and Advisory Services
  • Current Account
  • Savings Account
  • Money Market Deposit
  • Fixed Deposit
  • Cashier’s Order
  • Domestic Remittance
  • Foreign Currency Account
  • Foreign Currency Account-I (FCA-i)
  • Standing Order Service

Housing Loans

Housing Loans
  • Housing Loans
Information Bureau
  • International Trade & Investment Information Service Bureau
International Trade Finance and Services
  • Export – Letter of Credit Advising & Confirmation, Bills Bought, Bills for Collection
  • Import – Letter of Credit, Bills Receivable, Bills for Collection, Shipping Guarantee, Trust Receipts
  • Outward Remittance
  • Inward Remittance
  • Clean Bills for Collection
  • Spot and Forward Foreign Exchange
  • Derivatives and Options
  • Money Market
Other Services
  • Global Cash Management System
  • TOHLINE: On-line balance by phone
  • Vendor Payment Systems (VPS)


The Bank of Tokyo established its first representative office in the then-Malaya in 1957. The office obtained a banking license in 1959, making it the first Japanese bank to provide a full range of banking services in the country. In 1994, the Bank of Tokyo (Malaysia) Berhad office was locally incorporated and became a wholly owned subsidiary of The Bank of Tokyo in Japan. Following a few mergers and the creation of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), our Berhad office was renamed Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Malaysia) Berhad , or opened its first branch in Penang in July 2012.
Over the past 60 years, we have strengthened our presence in Malaysia with an increased number of new customers as well as long-term relationships with a large number of Japanese Investors. 
MUFG Bank (Malaysia) Berhad enjoys the strong support of MUFG Bank, Ltd. and MUFG with a 125-year tradition in international and domestic banking. Our customers enjoy access to the MUFG’s global network and services of 2,000 offices spanning more than 50 countries.
(as of November 20th, 2023)

Kuala Lumpur Co-Located Office

Address Level 22, Plaza Conlay, No.18, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone 60-3-2034-8080
Kuala Lumpur Marketing Office (KLMO)


  • Corporate Loans.
  • Standby Letters of Credit (SBLC).
  • Bank Guarantees (BG).
  • Liquid/Current Deposits.
  • Time/Fixed Deposits (TD).
  • Interest Rate Swaps (IRS).


In 1992, The Bank of Mitsubishi established Labuan Branch which had offices in both Kuala Lumpur and Labuan Island. After merging with The Bank of Tokyo (Labuan Branch) in 1996 and subsequently with UFJ Bank Ltd (Labuan Branch), The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd., Labuan Branch was formed in 2006. Currently, 34 staff members work in its Labuan Office and its Kuala Lumpur Marketing Office (KLMO).
Malaysia is an emerging multi-sector economy with the goal of achieving a high-income and developed-nation status by 2020 by attracting investments in Islamic finance, high-technology industries, biotechnology, and services. Our Labuan Branch supports both Japanese and local companies that are key players in this development by extending substantial loans backed by our large capital base and by providing other fundamental corporate banking services. Potential investors and other offshore players looking for widespread investment opportunities will find them in the Branch, which is also a gateway to Labuan’s International Business and Financial Centre, developed primarily for investments in Asia.
(as of November 20th, 2023)