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The Kingdom’s securities market poised for even stronger growth

Publication date 17 May 2022 | 09:17 | ICT

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Finance Aun Pornmoniroth’s speech to mark the 10th anniversary of the CSX.



  • Robust securities market attracting more investors

    The securities sector has been established under the wise leadership of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Prime Minister Hun Sen.

  • ‘Sharing common dream in building securities market’

    For more than a decade since the establishment of the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) in 2012, we have been actively engaged in strengthening the much-needed capital market in the Kingdom.

  • Sound as a bell

    With CSX proving to be an ideal trading platform, initial public offerings or IPOs have become a popular mechanism for companies to raise capital to grow their business.

  • Perfect home

    The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) moved into its current smart three-storey building in a Khmer heritage architectural style in 2015 – symbolising its long-term commitment to the Kingdom’s growing capital markets.

  • Best of knowledge

    Providing knowledge on the securities market and running investor awareness programmes remain core initiatives of the CSX to create informed investors and attract quality capital.

  • Furthering Japan and Cambodia’s ‘rich and diverse relationship’

    Chumreap suo! It is my greatest pleasure to celebrate the National Day of Japan with the Cambodian people again this year.

  • JTI: A caring corporate citizen

    JTI – a member of the JT Group of Companies – is a leading global tobacco company with operations in more than 130 countries, including Cambodia.

  • A look at the history of implementing the Civil Code on its 10th anniversary

    With the Civil Code (CC) coming into effect on December 21, 2011, Cambodia now marks the 10th anniversary of the application of the Code.

  • Japan continues to improve lives after 20 years

    Japan’s funding initiatives to improve the wellbeing of local communities in the Kingdom continues unabated even after two decades.

  • Banking on technology, Dr In Channy takes ACLEDA to new horizons

    ACLEDA Bank President and Group Managing Director Dr In Channy transformed a NGO-based institution into a financial powerhouse by combining traditional infrastructure with the use of fibre optics and even satellites to deliver modern banking services. Later, he took the bank public – to become a