Compare Islamic Credit Cards in Malaysia

Select from the variety of Islamic credit cards that is Shariah compliant and Riba-free. Enjoy 10% cash back, reward points and discounts from over 100 merchants all over Malaysia. Spend a minimum of RM300 monthly on your Islamic card and get your credit card annual fee waived for the next 3 years!

Credit Cards

Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
8.0%
Annual Fee
RM240
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
1.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
5.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
3.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
4.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
9.95% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
9.95% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
8.88% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM777
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM388
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM388
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM130
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM130
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
3.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
5.99% p.a
Cashback
7.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
5.99% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
5.99% p.a
Cashback
0.5%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
5.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
5.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM800
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
8.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
8.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
0.1%
Annual Fee
RM150
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
0.1%
Annual Fee
RM150
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
0.2%
Annual Fee
RM333
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
0.2%
Annual Fee
RM333
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM800
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
1.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
6.0%
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM200
Profit Rate
15.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
5.0%
Annual Fee
RM70
Profit Rate
12.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
12.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM50
Profit Rate
12.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM150
Profit Rate
12.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM300
Profit Rate
12.0% p.a
Balance Transfer
0.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM500
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
3.0% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
Free*
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM777
Profit Rate
13.5% p.a
Balance Transfer
% p.a
Cashback
N/A
Annual Fee
RM388
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Islamic personal financing in Malaysia is based on the concept of Bai’ Al-‘Inah. It is a concept which involves selling on a deferred payment basis. A seller (bank) will sell to a buyer (client) in cash. The seller will later buy back the transaction on a deferred payment basis, where the price is higher than the buying back an asset by a seller (bank) cash price. It can also be applied when a seller sells to a buyer on a deferred basis. A seller will later buy back the transaction on a cash basis at a price which is lower than the deferred price, thus the transaction amounts to a loan. In personal financing, the asset involved in the Bai’Al-‘Inah concept of buying and selling would be the cash.

Other Shariah concepts used by Islamic banks is the Shariah principle of Murabahah via Tawarruq for personal financing. By definition, Murabahah is a type of sale where the commodity is sold for cash or at a deferred price. Tawarruq refers to purchasing an asset with a deferred price, and then selling it to a third party to obtain cash.

Islamic banks will then charge customers an amount known as a ‘profit rate’ (essentially an interest rate) for providing them with a personal financing facility. This is because charging interest is not allowed in Islamic banking. Islamic banking uses the term profit rate rather than interest rate because of the way the financing is structured. Therefore, unlike personal loans offered by conventional banks, which have interest rates, Islamic banks will offer personal financing with a profit rate that will be defined in the personal financing contract.

Islamic Personal Financing Conventional Personal Loan
Refer as personal financing Refer as personal loan
Based on the concept of seller and buyer Based on the concept of borrower and lender
Bank must bear some risk to earn returns Customers bear all risk of the loan
Compound charge is prohibited Compound charging is allowed and practised
Profit rate is charged Interest fee is charged
Governed and regulated by Bank Negara Malaysia and Shariah Committee Governed and regulated by Bank Negara Malaysia only
The bank cannot cancel the contract at their sole discretion The bank can cancel the contract at their sole discretion

Islamic personal financing or Islamic loans are easily recognized based on the name of the loan. All loans ending with the ‘i’ suffix are considered as Islamic loans even without the word Islamic itself. For example, Al-Rajhi Personal Financing-i. However, there might be certain cases where Islamic bank may not affix an ‘i’ to their loan products, since it is generally understood that any Islamic institutions would be providing shariah-compliant financing products.

- Lower late payment charges
The late charges are lower than what is charged by conventional loans. This is because compounding interest is prohibited by Shariah, which is why the late charges will be lower. The late payment charges for Islamic Banking in Malaysia is based on the Ta’widh concept, and is subject to the maximum rate of 1% per annum.

- Fixed repayment amount
Another benefit is the amount to be paid by the customer is fixed for the entire period at the beginning of the term. This means it does not increase even if the financing term is subsequently increased.

Yes, both Muslims and non-Muslims can use the benefits and features of Islamic banking products and services.

Applicants will have to be

  • Malaysian citizens
  • Aged 21 years old and above
  • A guarantor may or may not needed depending on the bank 
Unemployed, retirees and expats are not eligible for an Islamic personal financing as they are deemed too risky.

Employed:

  • Copy of NRIC
  • Latest 3 months’ salary slips
  • Latest 3 months’ bank statements which must be tally with salary slip
  • EPF statements
  • Additional supporting documents as per request by each banks
Self-employed and Business Owner:
  • Copy of NRIC
  • Latest BE form with official tax receipt
  • Copies of Business Registration
  • Form 9, 24, 49 for company
  • Audited Balance Sheet & P&L OR Latest 6 months’ Bank Statements
  • Additional supporting documents as per request by each banks