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Maybank opens second branch

Maybank opens second branch

Maybank opens second

branch

Maybank opened

a second branch in Cambodia

on March 17. “We decided to open a new branch because we think that it is good

market and good opportunity here for customers to find a good bank that they

can be confident with,” said Ragu Mani, chief operations manager of Maybank. He

said the new branch on the airport road at Teukthla in the Adwood business

center is staffed by eight people. Maybank opened its first branch in Phnom Penh in 1993. “We

are very positive about the Cambodian economy and are planning to open another

four branches in the next two years,” Lim Hong Tat, Maybank’s chief of international

business, told Malaysian news agency Bernama. "The second branch

also will enable us to support our customers from Malaysia,
Singapore and other regional

locations who have trade and investment links with Cambodia," he said. (Mom

Kunthear)

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