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Own a brand-new Fordvehicle with 12 months' zero interest payment and no down payment

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Own a brand-new Fordvehicle with 12 months' zero interest payment and no down payment

Wing Bank and RMA Cambodia are making car ownership easier than ever with their new car loan partnership, offering zero interest payment for one year,no down payment required, and a loan amount up to 100%.

Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc and the public-listed RMA (Cambodia) Plc have announced an exciting partnership to offer car loan. With no down payment required and zero interest payment for the first year, customers can now drive away their dream car.

The partnership between Wing Bank and RMA Cambodia will provide a simple and quick way for customers to own their desired Ford automobile.

On Friday, April 28, 2023, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signing ceremony was held to officially launch the partnership between Wing Bank, represented by CEO Han Peng Kwang, and RMA Cambodia, represented by CEO NgornSaing. The event was attended by distinguished guests and management from both parties.

"We are excited to partner with RMA Cambodia to offer this fantastic deal to our customers," said Wing Bank CEO Han Peng Kwang.

"We believe that everyone deserves the chance to own their dream car, and with our zero down payment and 12-month zero interest payment offer, we like to make that dream become a reality for numerous Cambodians and expats alike."

RMA Cambodia is the only Exclusive Authorized Distributor of Ford Vehicle Sales and Service in Cambodia Market, while Wing Bank enjoys a strong presence in the Kingdom.

With this partnership, Wing Bank will approve loans as quickly as possible once the applicant provides the necessary documents and passes the bank's screening process. The terms and conditions for the car loans are extremely attractive, with loan amount up to 100% of the purchase price of the car or maximum amount of US$100,000.

Ngorn Saing, CEO of RMA (Cambodia) said, “Customers interested in owning a Ford vehicle, we are now offer a special promotion of zero down payment and 12 months with zero interest payments. The offer applies to Ford vehicles including the 2022 Wildtrak, Everest, EcoSport and Territory models.

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“This is the first time that RMA (Cambodia) has partnered with Wing Bank to provide this special offer. This is just the beginning of our partnership and we are excited for what is to come.”

To further enhance services, Ford has extended its range of auto parts and repair services to provinces such as Kampong Cham and Siem Reap.“We have also established partnerships with outsource service center across 25 cities and provinces in Cambodiato offer top-quality maintenance and repair services. Our Call Center is now operational, providing quick and efficient customer service inquiries as well as direct access to our experts,” he said.

Customers may visit any Ford showrooms in either Phnom Penh or provinces including Kampong Cham and Siem Reap to learn more about the offer and apply for a car loan from Wing Bank. This offer represents an excellent opportunity for customers to own a new Ford while enjoying flexible payment options.

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