Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad (ABMB) has a long-term dividend policy of up to 60% dividend payout ratio based on reported net profit after tax attributable to shareholders, subject to regulatory approval.
Rating by External Rating Agency
Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad is rated by Rating Agency Malaysia Berhad (RAM). Based on RAM’s rating in November 2022, the Bank’s short-term and long-term ratings are reaffirmed at P1 and A1 respectively. RAM has classified these rating categories as follows:
P1 - A financial institution rated P1 has a strong capacity to meet its short-term financial obligations. This is the highest short-term Financial Institution Rating (FIR) assigned by RAM Ratings.
A1 - A financial institution rated A1 has an adequate capacity to meet its financial obligations. The financial institution is more susceptible to adverse changes in circumstances, economic conditions and/or operating environments than those in higher-rated categories.
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