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Wing Bank expands reach with launch of Banteay Meanchey branch

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Wing Bank expands reach with launch of Banteay Meanchey branch

Banteay Meanchey provincial town welcomes latest Wing Bank branch as the bank broadens access to quality financial services across the Kingdom.

Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc – the bank for every Cambodian – has expanded its reach with the opening its latest branch in Banteay Meanchey province.

The launch marks a significant milestone for the bank as it continues to provide innovative and high-quality digital banking services to Cambodians in every corner of the Kingdom.

The new branch is located in Sangkat Preah Ponlea in Krong Serei Soaphoan, Banteay Meanchey's provincial capital.

The launch ceremony was held in the presence of HE Rath Sovannorak, Assistant Governor and Director-General of Banking Supervision at the National Bank of Cambodia, HE Ly Sovannarith, Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey, Neak Oknha Kith Meng, Chairman of Wing Bank and CEO of the Royal Group of Companies, and other esteemed dignitaries.

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The new branch is part of Wing Bank's commitment to providing accessible banking services to everyone, regardless of their location, and will offer a wide range of products and services designed to meet the needs of individuals and businesses alike.
Han Peng Kwang, the CEO of Wing Bank, expressed his pride at the opening of the new branch in Banteay Meanchey.

"We are delighted to launch our new branch in Banteay Meanchey province. This is a significant milestone for Wing Bank, and we are honoured to bring our advanced financial products and services to more people across Cambodia,” he said.

Wing Bank's vision is to make banking accessible to everyone, which aligns with its slogan of being "The Bank for Every Cambodian".

The bank aims to address the challenges people face in both urban and rural areas when accessing financial services.

Wing Bank believes that by providing accessible banking services to all, it can make a huge positive impact on the lives of Cambodians.

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And with the new branch opening, it aims to close financial gaps by providing local people with easy-to-use digital tools, such as mobile applications that allow them 24/7 access anywhere and at any time.

“We want to help our customers overcome challenges, and this new branch shows our commitment to making a difference in Cambodia,” Han Peng Kwang said.

Wing Bank is committed to making banking accessible for all Cambodians, and financial technology is at the heart of its approach.

Its mobile banking app is easy to use, secure and convenient, allowing customers to access their accounts, transfer money, pay bills and perform many more transactions from the comfort of their homes.

With over a million app users and more than 11,000 agents, Wing Bank has established itself as a driver of the digital payments space in Cambodia.

Wing Bank has been expanding rapidly, with a total of 15 strategic locations added in less than two years since its commencement as a commercial bank.

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These branch expansions saw Wing Bank increase its presence across Phnom Penh and into the capital towns of Preah Sihanouk, Svay Rieng, Siem Reap, Battambang and Banteay Meanchey provinces.

Wing Bank's Banteay Meanchey branch is yet another crowning achievement, one standing proudly behind a multifaceted system assuring customer-centricity and innovative products – and setting an exemplary model among Cambodian banks.

With more than half a billion US dollars in deposits, Wing Bank has emerged as a leader in the banking industry in Cambodia. Its attractive deposit interest rates and innovative digital loan services have helped it win the trust and loyalty of customers across the Kingdom.

And as Wing Bank looks to the future, it remains committed to driving economic growth and financial inclusion in Cambodia.

Wing Bank, the bank for every Cambodian!


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