27 Jun 2023

Kuala Lumpur, 26 June 2023 -  National carmaker PROTON today announced a strategic collaboration with AFFIN BANK with the launch of an affiliate credit card/-i targeted to Proton owners. The AFFIN AVANCE PROTON Affiliate Credit Card/-i provides exclusive privileges and benefits to Proton customers when they use it to make payments at authorised outlets.

The list of privileges enjoyed by cardholders includes:


  • Lifetime annual fee waiver.
  • 3X AFFIN Rewards points for dining, online/e-commerce, and transactions at Proton outlets.
  • 1X AFFIN Rewards point for other retail transactions.
  • Hassle-free Overdraft/Cash line application.
  • 0% Easy Instalment Plan for up to 24 months – 0% Interest/ Profit Rate for purchase at Proton outlets including servicing.


The AFFIN AVANCE PROTON Affiliate Credit Card/-i was officially launched at Menara AFFIN by Datuk Wan Razly Abdullahi, President & Group Chief Executive Officer of AFFIN BANK together with Roslan Abdullah, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of PROTON. Additionally, a mock key for a Proton X90, the latest addition to Proton’s range, was also handed over to a customer who had financed their vehicle using AFFIN BANK’s hire purchase facility.


“The AFFIN AVANCE PROTON Affiliate Credit Card/-i was created specifically for Proton customers. By offering a host of benefits and privileges, we believe the affiliate card will further enhance the ownership experience while rewarding them when they service their cars or purchase our products. Any Proton buyer who finances their purchase with Affin Bank will automatically be offered this new card and we encourage all existing owners to also apply for it to enjoy its special privileges,” said Roslan Abdullah.


"AFFIN BANK is proud to be a partner with PROTON, Malaysia’s automotive company, in the year it celebrates its 40th anniversary. We believe the collaboration exemplifies the spirit of innovation inherent to both AFFIN BANK and PROTON while helping to reward and grow the customer base for both brands,” said Datuk Wan Razly Abdullah.