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CIMB bank to host AEC conference in Malaysia

CIMB bank to host AEC conference in Malaysia

CIMB announced it will host the second CIMB ASEAN conference at The Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur hotel on June 13 and 14, according to a press release on Sunday.

The conference, under the theme “ASEAN Integration: Mind the Gap”, will cater to both equity and fixed income investors and will gather some of the region’s most prominent businesses and investors to profile leading ASEAN companies to fund managers and to discuss current issues surrounding ASEAN’s economic integration, the press release said.

“This conference is important for Cambodia because its imminent integration into the ASEAN economic community in 2015 will provide many business opportunities for Cambodians and Cambodian businesses in other members of the community such as Thailand, Vietnam and so on,” said Nazir Razak, Group Chief Executive of CIMB Group.

To contact the reporter on this story: Abe Becker at [email protected]

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