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Appreciation to all stakeholders on M.G.N Emperor Bank’s first anniversary

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Appreciation to all stakeholders on M.G.N Emperor Bank’s first anniversary

We at M.G.N Emperor Bank are proud and excited to have celebrated our first anniversary, marking one of the most significant milestones in our operations.

It is remarkably gratifying as we have successfully moved one step further towards our vision of becoming the leading digital bank with a focus on the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) sector and the state-of-art technology to enhance customer experience and transactional efficiency.

Building up our people and embracing the latest technology have been integral driving forces behind this milestone. M.G.N Emperor Bank has, for instance, dispatched its employees to undertake business trips and courses abroad, in countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and the US.

The bank is in the process of developing digital banking, with significant investment put into IT infrastructure.

In addition, M.G.N Emperor Bank has actively participated in many philanthropic activities, including the humanitarian activities of His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni and donating to the National Committee for Combating Covid-19, the Cambodian Red Cross and the National Committee for Disaster Management.

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As we celebrate this first year and reflect on our history, we would like to extend our heartfelt felicitations to the founding members for establishing the bank, and to the board of directors for their invaluable guidance and direction.

To all our employees, customers and partners – we offer thanks for your continued support and commitment to M.G.N Emperor Bank. We also wish to express our gratitude to the National Bank of Cambodia for its confidence and support.

Today is the right moment for us all, our board of directors and management team, to renew our commitment to working endlessly to realise our vision and building rewarding partnerships with all of our stakeholders.

We cannot wait for what the future holds for us in our second year of operations.

We would like to invite you all to join our journey. Thank you for your continued confidence and support.

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