Mala’a identifies with two essential categories of relationships, a membership or a data provider, as per the Royal Decree.
Members are entities that enter into a membership agreement with Mala’a to share available credit and financial data of its customers (consumers and corporates) and receive credit and financial information in the form of organized reports from Mala’a. Mala’a’s current members include the banking and finance sector, SME Funds, and the telecom sector.
Data providers are government entities that provide Mala’a with essential information that support credit risk assessment and position Mala’a as a national databank.
Oman Credit and Financial Information Centre (Mala’a) has entered into a bilateral Agreement for the Exchange of Credit Information with its counterpart the Kuwait Credit Information Network Company (Ci-Net). This general objective of the agreement is to promote the facilitation of the exchange of credit-related information among Gulf Arab nations, aligning with the decision of […]June 15, 2023
Oman Credit and Financial Information Centre (Mala’a) has received an Award for Excellence in Credit Information Services at the New Age Banking Summit by OER Magazine. Mala’a is the official source for credit and financial information through credit reports and credit scores. The credit parameters make for crucial criterion that determines eligibility to obtain credit […]April 4, 2022
Oman Credit & Financial Information Centre (Mala’a) and the National Center for Financial Information signed a cooperation program to collaborate on significant aspects of Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Financing of Terrorism (AML-CFT) laws on Tuesday, March 8th, 2022, at a formal event held at NCFI headquarter. The Program was signed by Mr. Bassam Al Jamali, […]