There has been a buzz surrounding the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) in recent weeks.
Cambodian Public Bank Plc (Campu Bank) has, alongside its regular banking business, given its investor awareness programme top priority.
Banker Dr In Channy is bursting with joy despite the gloom rocking the financial markets outside the Kingdom. Channy is laughing all the way to his Acleda Bank, which he founded 27 years ago as a young man.
With Covid-19 seemingly the topic of every dinner conversation and emblazoned below the masthead of every newspaper, Cambodian Derivatives Exchange (CDX) director Lawrence Kook believes that it may be an opportune time for investors to make their first trade.
Yuanta Securities (Cambodia) has grown to be among the largest investment banks in the Kingdom after starting as a one-man operation in 2006.
Confidence is crucial in guaranteeing successful commercial banking operations, and with trust at the core of its operations, Chief Bank Cambodia CEO Dr Soeung Morarith believes his institution is well placed to manage any financial difficulty.
A strong, developed financial market will help in the economic development of our country. When someone wants to see the financial health of a country, they look to the [progress of the] capital market.
Since establishing operations in Cambodia in 2013, Prudential Cambodia has been committed to raising awareness of the importance of life insurance across the Kingdom.
Cambodia’s business sector is seen as the main engine that drives the economy forward that will propel the nation into a developed status.
The Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) has been at the very heart of financial institutions in the Kingdom, providing vital data and innovative measuring tools that help businesses grow and make the right decisions.