This coming month Courtyard by Marriott in Siem Reap will celebrate their one year anniversary.
Cambodia’s financial sector is going through a sea change and poised for a healthy growth. Top corporate leaders share their views with The Post.
“At least once a year people go for their health check-up to make sure their health condition is good. But many people don’t do their financial health check,” laments Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) CEO, Oeur Sothearoath.
The peer-to-peer (P2P) lending model could possibly transform micro-financing and add to Cambodia’s digital financial ecosystem, which is fast gaining momentum.
Phillip Capital which commenced its business in Cambodia almost a decade ago has grown by leaps and bounds, and offers a bouquet of financial services from personal loans, insurance to retail banking.
PhillipCapital, headquartered in Singapore, operates in financial hubs of over 15 countries, including Australia, Cambodia, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, UK, UAE
What a year 2018 has been for Pi Pay. More users, more merchants, more financial partners, and many more exciting ways that we are changing the cashless payments and digital landscape in Cambodia.
Chan Rotha is no ordinary man. He is leading a team of more than 4,000 people. In a nutshell, he is a successful self-made corporate figure.
With more ride-hailing companies entering the domestic market, Exnet Taxi Cambodia, which is the country’s first operator, said its business is affected by the growing competition, and that a new business model is needed for it to s
The Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector, which is expected to drive Cambodia’s future economy, needs skilled workforce to meet the growing market demand.