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Forging ahead with strong partnerships

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ACLEDA became the first bank to be listed on the Cambodia Securities Exchange in May, 2020.

Forging ahead with strong partnerships

Forging ahead with strong partnerships

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ACLEDA signs an agreement with Jardine Lloyd Thompson and Asia Insurance (Cambodia) Plc.

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ACLEDA signs an agreement with the Phnom Penh City Bus Authority for the use of ‘ACLEDA mobile’ as a means of fare payment.

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ACLEDA signs an MoU with the Ministry of Economy and Finance to provide payroll services for government officials.

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World Bank officials led by Senior Vice President Dr Justin Yifu Lin visit ACLEDA HQ.

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ACLEDA partners with the National Social Security Fund for civil servant pensions.

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ACLEDA signs an agreement with the National Fund for Veterans.

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ACLEDA inks agreement with the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia to provide a payroll service.

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ACLEDA signs an agreement with the NSSF to act as a custodian for its occupational risk programme.

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