SEGi University and Colleges (SEGi) has entered into an agreement with AmBank Group to offer JomPAY electronic payments which enables payers to make tuition fee payments via Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and ATMs of various banks in Malaysia.
The joint merchant agreement was signed by SEGi University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Patrick Kee Peng Kong and Head of Product Management and Marketing, Transaction Banking, AmBank (M) Berhad Shazlan Sufian, and witnessed by SEGi University and Colleges Group President/Executive Director Datuk Mohamed Azahari Mohamed Kamil, CEO of AmInvestment Bank and Managing Director of Wholesale Banking, AmBank Group Raja Teh Maimunah Raja Abdul Aziz, and MyClear Managing Director Peter Schiesser.
JomPAY is Malaysia’s national bill payment scheme established and operated by MyClear, under the support of Bank Negara Malaysia with the participation of more than 40 banks and large billers nationwide.
The joint merchant agreement signing ceremony was held at Connexion@Nexus, Bangsar South in Kuala Lumpur on May 25 in conjunction with JomPAY Customer Appreciation Dinner.
Following the inking of the agreement, SEGi students can now pay their tuition fees via JomPAY with just a few clicks.
Students and parents can enjoy the convenience of paying bills to any of the 40 MyClear participating banks without paying the Interbank GIRO (IBG) or Instant Transfer (IBFT).
As part of the ongoing efforts to promote SEGi tuition fee payment via JomPAY, payers are entitled to join MyClear lucky draw contest that offers great prizes including 2 Mercedes Benz A200 AMG Line worth up to RM1 million.
This nationwide JomPAY contest will end on July 31. It is also open to all JomPAY payments made to any JomPAY billers.
Separately, SEGi, in collaboration with AmBank, will run two other lucky draw contests from August until January next year, exclusively for SEGi students to drive adoption and students’ usage of JomPAY.