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Campu Bank confirms receiving CSX licence

Campu Bank confirms receiving CSX licence

CAMBODIAN Public Bank Plc (Campu Bank) has received a licence to become an underwriter, brokerage and investment advisor on the upcoming Cambodian Securities Exchange, according to a statement posted on the Bursa Malaysia Bourse’s website yesterday. It joins five other companies in confirming permits from the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia. The firms were OSK Bank of Malaysia, Canadia Bank, Tong Yang Securities, Japanese-owned SBI Phnom Penh Securities Company and ACLEDA Bank.

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