A recent report has found that the majority of Cambodia’s nearly 40 commercial banks lack the scale and efficiency required to generate a healthy return on investment for their shareholders, with many not even able to cover their own
In the five years since Manulife set up an office in the Kingdom of Cambodia, the local business for this international life insurance company has
Cambodia’s burgeoning insurance industry is accelerating at a healthy pace, and nowhere is this more visible than the life insurance market. Life
Mismatches between microfinance institutions’ (MFIs), business returns and debtors’ repayment capacities often occur due to the difference between the debtors’ actual practices and the plans outlined in their loan application forms.
The third quarter of this year involved some consolidation in the banking and finance sector, while there were mixed signals from economic indicators.
Since 2009, when ABA Bank launched its iBanking service, it has offered the market the latest digital services and solutions.
Individual financial wellbeing is an important foundation for strengthening financial inclusion in the community.
Amid rumours the central bank is close to announcing a roadmap for the creation of Cambodia’s first national deposit insurance scheme, banking experts say the proposed mechanism would boost confidence in the Kingdom’s financial syst
Choosing the right bank is not as hard as you might think. Sure, there are many banks in Cambodia, but when you make your choice you should pick a bank that strives to reward customer loyalty.
Cambodia, a young and budding country poised to take all the necessary steps in becoming a business hub – especially in the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) industry – is now latching on to a novel idea; angel investing.
Cambodia is continuing to place an emphasis on accounting practices as the country seeks to keep up with a rapidly developing banking system.
Cambodia has been riding a wave of strong growth recently on the back of robust exports and flourishing foreign investment, and, in the process, bucking the Asian downturn. However, economists say this is no time for complacency.
International Banker recently held its annual Banking Awards to acknowledge the top Asian and Australasian banking institutions and individuals.