Financing up to RM 1 million
Interest rate between 1.0% - 1.5% per month
No collateral required
Sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, private limited company (non-subsidiary of a listed company) or unlisted public limited company registered with SSM
Minimum 30% local shareholding by Malaysians
Minimum 12 months in operations
We focus on your business potential and want to help you grow.
What you see is what you get. Aside from what is displayed, there are no other fees or charges.
We have an online application that saves you the hassle of having to leave the comfort of home, or work.
Flexible repayment tenures to suit your business needs.
Leave your contact information. Our team will contact you within 2 working days.
Then, prepare the following documents:
Copy of all Director(s) NRIC/Passport
Latest 6 months bank statements, and
Latest Audited Accounts & Management Accounts
Submit your documents for us to review, we may request additional documents to support your application.
We aim to revert to you within five (5) working days upon collection of full and complete documents. Once approved and accepted, we will disburse the funds upon successful completion of the investment process.
Registered with Securities Commission Malaysia
Largest SME Digital Financing Platform in Southeast Asia
Disbursed more than
RM 10 billion to over
5 million notes
More than 200,000
Investors' funds managed
by Malaysian Trustees Berhad
Not what you’re looking for?
We have other financing solutions available to serve your needs.
Business Term Financing (BTF) is an unsecured (no collateral needed) business financing product for SMEs to enhance and grow their businesses.
This product can offer you a financing of up to RM 1 million with an interest rate of as low as 1.0% per month
There is no collateral required. When your financing is approved it will be credited into the your designated business bank account. Your monthly installment will be ‘P+I’ meaning principal + interest.
For BTF there is a flexible financing tenure of up to 24 months. This is calculated based on your financing amount and repayment capability.
If this is your first time with us, here is a run-through on the application process.
Step 1: Complete the Application form on our page
Step 2: Submit all the documents required for this application
Company Registration Forms
Copy of all Director(s) NRIC/Passport
Latest 6-months Bank Statement
Latest Audited Accounts & Management Accounts (if available)
Step 3: Wait for your email confirmation for financing approval
Step 4: Accept our financing offer (If you’d like)
We will credit your money into a designated business bank account and begin your repayment cycle in the next following month.
Just like any other financing product, the following fees and charges will be applicable:
Origination Fee: 4% of the approved financing amount, deducted upon disbursement.
If you are late in making your repayments, the following fees/charges will be imposed:
Early repayments are always encouraged, as SMEs are able to save more on interest.
Early repayments are subjected to a 2% early repayment fee on the remaining principal amount to partially compensate our investors on the loss of their residual interest.
+65 6221 0958
112 Robinson Road
+603 2202 1013
Unit 15.01 & Unit 15.02,
Level 15, Mercu 3,
KL Eco City, Jalan Bangsar,
59200 Kuala Lumpur
+66 93 139 9721
No. 188, Spring Tower,
11th Floor, Phayathai Road,
Thung Phaya Thai Sub-district,
(+84) 913 302 910
2/F Sonatus Building,
15 Le Thanh Ton,
Ben Nghe Ward,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Registered with Securities Commission Malaysia.
Modalku Ventures Sdn Bhd 201601019329 (1190266X)
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Funding Societies is a SME Digital Financing Platform registered with Securities Commission Malaysia. It does not fall under the jurisdiction of Bank Negara Malaysia. Therefore, financing products of Funding Societies should not be constructed as business loan, SME loan, micro loan, term loan or any other loans offered by banks in Malaysia and it is to be deemed as an investment note as defined in the Guidelines on Recognised Markets.