Cast Your Votes In The RinggitPlus Readers’ Choice Awards 2021!
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2021 went by seemingly as quickly as it came, and now as we look forward to a new year, it’s time to take a look back at the year gone past.

This year was rather muted, with fewer financial products launched as many companies approached the year cautiously. That said, e-wallets are now firmly mainstream, ubiquitously accepted across retail outlets both big and small.

As with 2020, we want to know what you think. Which financial products deserve to be recognised as among the best in Malaysia? That’s the purpose behind The RinggitPlus Readers’ Choice Awards – giving a voice to the community to recognise the best and outstanding efforts and products in the industry. Who knows, your votes here and in the coming years could actually shape the products of tomorrow!

Without further ado, I’d like you to cast your votes in the 2021 RinggitPlus Readers’ Choice Awards. We’ll be collecting responses from now until 7 January 2022, and will announce the results by the end of January. Happy voting!

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Fanny effendy
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