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  • Vision & Mision, Core Valuess

    Vision

    THE PILLAR OF THE UMMAH’S ECONOMIC SUCCESS; EXCELLENCE IN HAJJ MANAGEMENT

    Mission

    In achieving TH‘s vision, WE pledge:-

    • To strengthen the ummah’s economy
    • To remain active in seeking strategic investments locally and globally to ensure sustainable growth
    • To manage and enrich depositors’ funds
    • To continuously provide excellent services
    • To facilitate and assist pilgrims in achieving mabrur hajj;
    • To provide competitive, halal and toyyiban returns

    Core Values

    • Committed
    • Professional
    • Teamwork
    • Embracing Change
    • Loving and Caring
  • Corporate Profile

    About US

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    Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) is the premiere Islamic financial institution in Malaysia. Established in 1963, TH has more than 50 years of experience in deposits, Hajj services & operations and investments. Being the country’s largest Islamic fund manager with more than RM62 billion funds, TH endeavours to strengthen the economy of the Malaysian Muslims by capitalizing on its available funds and resources.

    TH focuses on providing excellent and satisfactorily hajj services to Malaysian pilgrims and its consistent track record has gained world recognition as well as has served a role model of innovative hajj management and Islamic financial services by most Islamic countries in the world.

    TH continues to establish its presence in the marketplace, both domestically and internationally by venturing into several investment sectors in accordance with Islamic principles such as plantation, property development and construction, Islamic finance, information technology, oil and gas and hospitality. With a net profit of almost RM3 billion, TH is capable of giving back competitive returns to its stakeholders annually.

    TH gains competitive advantage through its innovative services and attractive savings schemes designed to encourage savings and investments. Today, TH has more than 9 million depositors and a network of 124 branches with more than 6,000 touch-points nationwide. TH also makes its presence globally by operating an office in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  • Tabung Haji Act
  • Clients Charter

    We promise the Almighty to :

    • Help the pilgrims to get their Mabrur hajj with reasonable expenses;
    • Coordinate a timely, safe and reliable hajj flight;
    • Provide clean and comfortable accommodation in the holy land;
    • Maintain depositors account in a professional, confidential and private control;
    • Invest in permissible investment, prudent and safe in order to provide returns that are comparable to the market, while ensuring continuous growth;
    • Provide courteous, fast and efficient services;
    • Provide accurate, clear and up to date information
  • Data & Statistics
    • TH 2016 Hibah

      TH 2016 Hibah

      4.25%

      TH ANNUAL HIBAH

      +

      1.50%

      HAJJ HIBAH

      Calculation for TH 2016 Depositors’ Hibah are as below:

      HIBAH CALCULATIONS
      TH Annual Hibah (4.25%)

      TH Depositors’ Active Account

      Calculation:
      TH account minimum average monthly balance (Jan-Dec 2016)/12 months) x 4.25%

      Hajj Hibah (1.50%)

      TH Depositors’ Account (Have Not Performed Hajj Yet)

      Account with average balance of RM9,980 or less

      Calculation:
      Minimum average monthly balance < RM9,980 (Jan-Dec 2016)/12 months) x 1.50%

      NOTE: Hajj Hibah - A special hibah to TH depositors who have yet to go for hajj and is limited to current hajj payment (RM9,980).

      Please download the FAQ (PDF) here.


    • 5-year Financial Highlight

    • 5-year Statistics
  • TH Logo

    General Guidelines

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    Corporate logo displayed is the basis of the graphic identity for the group. Distinctive symbols are designed to make it easy to be recognized and remembered throughout the world. The monogram represents the name of Ta Ha, and a symbol of commitment to success of the Ummah’s Economy.

    The corporate logo includes the name and tagline of ‘Together Towards Success’ in Arabic.

    Typography

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    Typography is an important element to a brand identity. The use of consistent typefaces of Bold Century Gothic and Jawi typeface in NaskhTas in the logo is vital as part of its corporate identity.

    Logo Colors

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    Green color as per the logo is the TH official corporate color. When the green is used, the contrast color should be used based on Pantone 376C. To create a logo, monogram should be conceived based on the use of Pantone 370C.

    Four-color (CMYK) printing process can be used in newspaper and magazine ads, publications and event production if opposite color is not available. TH green is produced by a mixture of 50% cyan (C) and 100% yellow (Y).

    Black color for the font and monogram autobiographical is taken with a combination of 100% cyan (C), magenta 100% (M) and 100% black (K).

    Download logo.pdf | logo.png | variasi logo.pdf | variasi logo.png for TH Corporate logo.


  • TH Annual Report
  • TH Hibah

    TH 2016 Hibah

    4.25%

    TH ANNUAL HIBAH

    +

    1.50%

    HAJJ HIBAH

    Calculation for TH 2016 Depositors’ Hibah are as below:

    HIBAH CALCULATIONS
    TH Annual Hibah (4.25%)

    TH Depositors’ Active Account

    Calculation:
    TH account minimum average monthly balance (Jan-Dec 2016)/12 months) x 4.25%

    Hajj Hibah (1.50%)

    TH Depositors’ Account (Have Not Performed Hajj Yet)

    Account with average balance of RM9,980 or less

    Calculation:
    Minimum average monthly balance < RM9,980 (Jan-Dec 2016)/12 months) x 1.50%

    NOTE:* Hajj Hibah - A special hibah to TH depositors who have yet to go for hajj and is limited to current hajj payment (RM9,980).

    Please download the FAQ (PDF) here.

  • Corporate Sosial Responsibility
    • Key Summary
      • TH Corporate Social Responsibility Pillar

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        TH continues to share our success with countless stakeholders through a steadfast focus on our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. This is in line with the Islamic principles and TH standing as a caring organisation, with a mission to uphold the socioeconomic status of the Muslims in Malaysia.

        TH continued with our CSR activities which have benefited thousands of our stakeholders nationwide in line with our aspiration to share our success with all.

      • Reaching Out, Touching Lives

        TH‘s CSR programme is an important element within its business activities. TH has consistently maintained its position as a caring and responsible organisation by contributing and sharing income earned with its stakeholders, through various community and environmental activities.

        TH‘s stakeholders include depositors, hajj pilgrims, strategic business partners, the government and its agencies, consultants, suppliers as well as its staff.

        Every year, TH implements over 500 CSR activities with a budget allocation of more than RM100 million. These community and social welfare programmes have directly benefited thousands of Malaysian Hajj Pilgrims and more than 20,000 individuals nationwide.

    • Marketplace

      Friendly Market Environment

      In its business operations, TH prioritizes the interests of the depositors, hajj pilgrims as well as its business partners by ensuring every service delivers maximum customer satisfaction and has a positive impact on the community. TH strives to build a receptive market environment that will positively impact all stakeholders.

      • Our biggest and most significant investment in CSR is the provision of Hajj subsidies to first time Muassasah pilgrims every year. This subsidy has helped to maintain the pilgrims’ hajj payment at RM9,980 even though the actual hajj cost in 2015 was RM17,270 per pilgrim.

        Since 2001, TH has contributed this subsidy as an act of charity to Malaysian pilgrims. The subsidy covers hajj pilgrimage operating costs in Malaysia and the Holy Land. Besides that, TH also allocates a substantial portion of its budget to provide hajj support operations, which include hajj guidance, medical and financial services as well as hajj personnels.


      • TH also continues with our senior citizens’ fund called TWT Fund that was established since 2000. This fund is intended to finance part of the total payment for senior pilgrims who meet all application requirements and are selected for hajj pilgrimage but facing financial difficulties to pay for their hajj.

        The TWT fund’s main source of funding is through donations from TH and other individuals.


      • As per previous years, TH continues to co­operate with other government agencies and corporate companies to sponsor relevant items for pilgrimage through our Sahabat Korporat programme.

        Many companies participated and contributed a total of million worth of products. These comprised items such as trolley bags, sling bags, supplements, SIM cards and lanyards. The items were distributed to the Hajj Pilgrims before they left to the Holy Land for their usage there.


      • In 2015, a total bonus pay out of RM3.2million was paid to TH’s 8.6 million depositors in appreciation of their constant support and faith in TH.This was offered via a 6.25% annual bonus which is very competitive.

        TH also paid an additional 2% Hajj Bonus to support our depositors who have not performed their hajj yet. This additional bonus will hopefully help them to increase their hajj savings.

    • Community

      Building a Sustainable Community

      TH is an active contributor to social welfare and seeks to assist communities within which we operate. Most of TH CSR initiatives target the poor and the disadvantaged who also make up the majority of our zakat recipients that benefit through the education, welfare, healthcare and home rehabilitation projects.

      • This is an annual project to provide financial assistance to needy recipients such as the elderly, single parents and people with disabilities, during the month of Ramadan. This project is aimed at easing the financial burden of these groups in preparation for Syawal.

      • The Baiti project, formerly known as “Bumbung project”, was introduced in 2012. Through this project, we helped build and repair houses or mosques for the underprivileged community. The project aims to reduce the burden of the poor and provide them with safer house to improve their standard of living.

      • Iqra is a human capital development project that was launched in 2012 to support underprivileged students in their pursuit of a viable education. The Iqra project helps the identified students in 14 states via the provision of school items and pocket money before the school term starts every year. It is hoped that the contribution provides support and motivation to the students to continue learning and pursue academic excellence for a better future.

      • The Kelab TaHa was established in April 2008 to attract those aged 7 to 17 years to start saving from their early age. This will put them on the right footing for more fruitful future financial planning and could possibly enable them a chance to perform the pilgrimage at a young age. In addition, Kelab TaHa members also benefit from a variety of academic programmes and activities throughout the year.

        These camps served to inculcate good values and educational knowledge to help improve their academic excellence. Also, English Camps were held to help improve mastery of the English Language for TaHa members.

        The Examination seminars sponsored andfully funded by TH in our mission to upliftthe students’ performance academically.In addition to academic excellence, theseactivities provided character buildingmodules to help build a future pool ofcommendable talent within the community.

      • TaHa@U is another initiative established in May 2010 to motivate and encourage students in local institutions of higher learning to undertake hajj pilgrimage at a young age.

        TH worked in collaboration with the various parties to promote TaHa@U through activities such as TaHa Jamboree@U, Career Guidance Carnival, sporting tournaments and community service programmes.

        The Jamboree TaHa@U programme helped expose students to various activities which can develop their characters through spiritual, physical and intellectual means. This was followed by a Career Guidance Carnival which provided exposure to future employment opportunities.

        Sporting activities such as futsal, handball and bowling tournaments created diversity and an opportunity to emphasize the importance of embracing a healthy lifestyle through sports. Apart from that, Community Service Programmes were also organized during the year to help nurture civic mindedness and to create responsible individuals in the future. The activities ranged from community gotong- royong activities, terawih prayer, cleaning the mosque and graveyard, organising “Happy Hour” for children at the mosque and many other interesting activities. All these activities received positive feedback from students and boosted TaHa@U’s membership.

    • Workplace

      Friendly Market Environment

      In its business operations, TH prioritizes the interests of the depositors, hajj pilgrims as well as its business partners by ensuring every service delivers maximum customer satisfaction and has a positive impact on the community. TH strives to build a receptive market environment that will positively impact all stakeholders.

      • Our biggest and most significant investment in CSR is the provision of Hajj subsidies to first time Muassasah pilgrims every year. This subsidy has helped to maintain the pilgrims’ hajj payment at RM9,980 even though the actual hajj cost in 2015 was RM17,270 per pilgrim.

        Since 2001, TH has contributed this subsidy as an act of charity to Malaysian pilgrims. The subsidy covers hajj pilgrimage operating costs in Malaysia and the Holy Land. Besides that, TH also allocates a substantial portion of its budget to provide hajj support operations, which include hajj guidance, medical and financial services as well as hajj personnels.

      • TH also continues with our senior citizens’ fund called TWT Fund that was established since 2000. This fund is intended to finance part of the total payment for senior pilgrims who meet all application requirements and are selected for hajj pilgrimage but facing financial difficulties to pay for their hajj.

        The TWT fund’s main source of funding is through donations from TH and other individuals.

      • As per previous years, TH continues to co­operate with other government agencies and corporate companies to sponsor relevant items for pilgrimage through our Sahabat Korporat programme.

        Many companies participated and contributed a total of million worth of products. These comprised items such as trolley bags, sling bags, supplements, SIM cards and lanyards. The items were distributed to the Hajj Pilgrims before they left to the Holy Land for their usage there.

      • In 2015, a total bonus pay out of RM3.2million was paid to TH’s 8.6 million depositors in appreciation of their constant support and faith in TH. This was offered via a 6.25% annual bonus which is very competitive.

        TH also paid an additional 2% Hajj Bonus to support our depositors who have not performed their hajj yet. This additional bonus will hopefully help them to increase their hajj savings.

    • Environment

      Towards a Healthier Future

      TH held a ‘Save Energy Campaign’ by encouraging staff to practise energy-saving tips while in the office and at home. Employees are made aware of the importance of recycling, apart from participating in gotong-royong activities with members of Kelab TaHa and TaHa@U.

      TH also stresses on the application of new environmentally friendly technologies and industry best environmental practices in its operations.


  • TH Foundation
    • Board of Trustees
      1. Datuk Seri Panglima Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim
      2. Tan Sri Ismee Ismail
    • TH Foundation Objectives
      1. To carry-out CSR activities, inter-alia, humanitarian aid and contribution following the event of mishaps or natural catastrophes.
      2. To administer and manage effectively and systematically the fund allocated by TH and its subsidiaries for the purpose of scholarships awarded to children and legal wards of its employees and retirees.
      3. To promote and undertake research in Islamic scholarship, Islamic banking, Medical and other branches of Syariah Law that will accord direct benefits to the Malaysian and the global community.
    • TH Foundation Activities

      The initiatives in the 1st phase outlined by YTH in carrying out its CSR with the theme of “Charity begins at home”, among others:-

      1. To offer scholarship to the children and legal wards of TH employees and retirees to pursue their study in higher learning institutions either abroad or locally;
      2. To provide sponsorship to TH employees in pursuing their tertiary education;
      3. To confer Education Excellence Award among the children of TH employees who obtain excellence results in key examinations and Excellence Service Award for the performing TH employees;
      4. To carry-out humanitarian aid and contribution in the event of mishaps or natural catastrophes;
      5. To help those who are in need which categorized as asnaf to relieve their life burden and responsibilities.
    • Logo Yayasan TH

      Logo Yayasan TH

      Logo of Yayasan TH (YTH)

      YTH maintains the original logo of TH in its own logo to show that YTH was established by TH and as an effort put forth by TH to realize the vision and mission of TH. Likewise, YTH also uphold the Islamic identity of TH.

      Pencil Tip and Shoot Icon

      The concept of pencil tip and shoots (leaf) signify YTH’s activities that focusing on the development of education towards excellence as they are the future leaders and mukmin professional.

      The Shoot (leaf)

      The shoot (leaf) also symbolizes the shelter or protection given by the YTH to those who are in need of assistance and contribution.

      Colour

      Green indicates growth and life, while black is a symbol of strength and power.

    • FAQ TH Foundation
      • YTH was incorporated on 17th May 2016 under the Company’s Act 1965 by the Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) as a Company Limited by Guarantee or Syarikat Berhad Menurut Jaminan and not having a share capital.

      • The objectives of YTH;

        a) To carry-out CSR activities, inter-alia, humanitarian aid and contribution following the event of mishaps or natural catastrophes.

        b) To administer and manage effectively and systematically the fund allocated by TH and its subsidiaries for the purpose of scholarships awarded to children and legal wards of its employees and retirees.

        c) To promote and undertake research in Islamic scholarship, Islamic banking, Medical and other branches of Syariah Law that will accord direct benefits to the Malaysian and the global community.

      • The sense of responsibility to assume active role in the development and well-being of Malaysians specifically the Muslim by way of CSR initiated the establishment of YTH. It is in-line with the government aspirations as envisioned by the Prime Minister whereby the corporate sector could undertake greater role in CSR activities.

        YTH shall be administered separately by its Board of Trustees in ensuring that the CSR activities are carried out accordingly and effectively.

      • The theme for CSR of YTH is “Charity Begins At Home”.

      • The source of fund in the 1st phase will be mainly the contribution from TH itself amounting to RM5 Million a year for Scholarships and education related activities.

        Whereas, the in the 2nd phase, invitation shall be extended to YTH’s corporate counterparts that simultaneously intent to contribute funds for CSR activities after obtaining approval from LHDN for tax exemption status and from Minister in KPDNKK.

      • The members of the Board of Trustees consist of Datuk Seri Panglima Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and Tan Sri Ismee Ismail.

      • No. YTH does not provide educational loan. Only Scholarships are awarded to those who are qualified and other education contributions.

      • YTH shall give assistance to the individuals or families that encounter misfortune or disaster. YTH would also help those who are categorized as asnaf to relieve their life burden and responsibilities.

      • The concept of pencil tip and shoots (leaf) signify YTH’s activities that focussing on the development of education towards excellence as they are the future leaders and mukmin professional.

        The shoot (leaf) also symbolizes the shelter or protection given by YTH to those who are in need of assistance and contribution.

      • Person-in-charge : En Ekma Faroza Bin Kamarudin
        Telephone : 03-2054 2000 (samb. 3384)
        E-mail : yayasanth.info@lth.gov.my

        Address :

        YAYASAN TABUNG HAJI,
        Lantai 27, Menara Tabung Haji,
        201, Jalan Tun Razak,
        40400 Kuala Lumpur