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RHB Reflex offers seamless online banking

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RHB Reflex offers seamless online banking

A secured web-based financial solution that puts control of business in your hand

RHB Bank (Cambodia) Plc today introduced the RHB Reflex – an online service that combines cash management and payment solutions as an integrated online business solution that allows customers to access the service 24/7 anywhere via internet banking and mobile banking app.

“RHB Reflex is in line with the bank’s digital agenda in responding to the growing needs of our SMEs, commercial and corporate customers by providing a seamless and easy to use banking experience via a secure online platform.

“Especially during this Covid-19 pandemic, RHB Reflex will provide you the flexibility in managing your businesses under the new normal way of living,” said head of RHB Bank Cambodia Plc business banking Sok Leng.

With RHB Reflex, customers can manage their portfolio via information management module by having access to their account balance, account statement, transaction history and real-time payment status.

Customers can also manage their business payments with RHB Reflex single and bulk payment module that allows them to perform their own account transfer, third party transfer, FAST payment, local payment, overseas telegraphic transfer as well as staff payroll.

RHB Reflex is business-ready for the customers to do their banking anytime and anywhere in a secure IT environment. This helps to speed up customers’ workflow and improve business cash flow with customised authorisation matrix.

RHB Reflex is another of the bank’s innovative product that is rolled out to complement its suite of digitalised services to delight and meet the constantly evolving needs of its customers.

RHB Bank Cambodia had earlier this month rolled out its goWave by RHB – a content platform with the aim of increasing the financial literacy of Cambodian young adults through useful bite-sized articles, video capsules, and financial tools spread across the digital space, including its own website, as well as social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube).

For more information on RHB Reflex, please visit: https://www.rhbgroup.com.kh/

About RHB Bank Cambodia

RHB Banking Group is the fourth largest fully integrated financial services institution in Malaysia with more than 100 years of service excellence and regional presence in ASEAN countries. Established on July 9, 2008 it has 12 branches currently with operations in Phnom Penh and the provinces.

RHB banking group in Cambodia also offers investment banking services that cover capital market and brokerage; to complement the services of its commercial banking activities.



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