Sabah Development Bank Bhd(34638-W)

10th Floor, SDB Tower, Wisma Tun Fuad Stephens,
KM 2.4, Jalan Tuaran, P.O.Box 12172
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 88824
Malaysia
Opening hours
Closed Now

08:15 am to 05:15 pm

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About Us
 
On 9 August 1977, Bank Pembangunan Sabah Berhad was incorporated by the State Government of Sabah, as a public limited company under the Companies Act, 1965. The following year, it changed its name to the present Sabah Development Bank Berhad (SDB). It was granted with specific consent from the Federal Ministry of Finance to use the word ‘Bank’ in its name.

As a newly-born, SDB adopted its distinctive logo based on a Chinese character which means “BILLION”. The character has been stylized to incorporate local culture heritage, the gongs and beads which are very synonymous to Sabah ethnic culture. The two arms indicate continuous outward expansion of activities and forms protective shield against any adversity. The overall logo, in effect, symbolizes SDB’s financial strength and security.

financial_reviewIn principle, the setting up of SDB was in response to the desire of the State Government of Sabah to create a network of financial institutions that can respond and are capable and effective in meeting the needs of economic development in the State.

With this in mind, SDB commenced operations in June 1978 at its first office at Wisma Sabah in Kota Kinabalu, under the stewardship of Tan Sri (then Datuk) Hj Abdul Majid Khan as its first Chairman and Datuk Richard W. Maning as the first Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. In 1981, SDB moved office to the Berjaya Headquarters Building in Karamunsing before relocating to the current premise at Wisma Tun Fuad Stephens four years later.

Over the years, SDB has gone through a number of changes as evident by the dynamic developments in the financial industry. In 1996, SDB was privatized when it was acquired by a Sabah-based investment holding company, Suria Capital Holdings Berhad. However in 1999, SDB was reacquired by the State Government of Sabah to enable SDB to be revived as an active financial intermediary of the State Government. Today, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sabah State Government, SDB functions as a healthy development financial institution.

SDB now operates as a profitable company under the guidance of the Board of Directors, which has been specially appointed to ensure SDB moves in tandem with the State’s and Country’s development plan and objectives. The Board together with the management runs parallel in ensuring that SDB bears the mark of a financial institution with good corporate governance and undoubted integrity.

ffa2In its capacity as the Sabah State Government’s financial intermediary, SDB is committed to raise funds for projects undertaken by the Sabah State Government and its related agencies; to provide advisory services to the Sabah State Government as well as its agencies in relation to project financing and investment matters, and to manage the surplus funds of the Sabah State Government and its related agencies.

To this end, SDB offers its services through a staff force that pursues a mission to build a people that are Skillful, Adaptable, Believable, Accountable and Honorable. In this way, SDB endeavors to move forward with strong confidence as a respected and financially sound institution towards the challenging world of the financial industry.

Products & Services
 
PROJECT FINANCE
• Medium to long-term finance for commercial, industrial, agricultural and manufacturing projects.

BRIDGING FINANCE
• Bridging loan for commercial and residential property development.

FIXED ASSETS FINANCE
• Loan for the acquisition of machinery, equipment and plant modernisation.

WORKING CAPITAL FINANCE
• Working capital finance for established and on-going enterprises.

LOAN SYNDICATION
• Arranging, participating, managing and co-managing loan syndications for major projects.

CORPORATE ADVISORY
• Provision of advisory services for project evaluations in particular the financial aspects.

VENTURE CAPITAL/EQUITY PARTICIPATION
• Investment in equities of unlisted companies with high growth potential for purposes of divestment at later stage.

FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY
• Acting as the Financial Intermediary for the State Government of Sabah.

PROJECT REHABILITATION
• Reviving non-performing/abandoned projects with the aim of eventually spinning-off these projects into commercially-viable ventures.

Our target sectors include commercial and residential property development, industrial, agricultural, manufacturing, infrastructure etc.

Vision & Mission
 
Our Vision
• To be the leading development financial institution (DFI) in the State of Sabah and to be the DFI that remains on the cutting edge in Malaysia.

Our Mission
• Strive to provide sound and prompt financial and advisory services to the Sabah State Government and its agencies.

• Determine to venture into every aspect of development banking for both public and private sectors.

• Build a Bank of Integrity… build also People who are…

"Skillful, Adaptable, Believable, Accountable & Honourable”


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