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Maybank opens its eighth local branch

Maybank opens its eighth local branch

MALAYAN Banking Bhd opened its eighth Cambodian branch in Battambang Tuesday, according to a press release. During a speech in January, the Kuala Lumpur-based bank’s chief executive officer, Abdul Wahid Omar, cited a target of increasing its Cambodian branches from 7 to 11 during “the next few years”. The bank opened its first branch in the Kingdom in 1993, but did not expand outside Phnom Penh until June last year.

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