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Wing Bank launches two more branches in Phnom Penh

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Wing Bank launches two more branches in Phnom Penh

Wing Bank officially opens Boeung Trabek and Preah Yukunthor branches in the capital to provide the community with even more options for meeting their banking and financial needs.

Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc has officially launched two more branches in Phnom Penh – Wing Bank BoeungTrabek and Preah Yukunthor – providing even more options for the capital's residents to fulfil their banking and financial needs.

The launch ceremony was held in the presence of HE Rath Sovannorak, assistant governor and director-general of banking supervision of the National Bank of Cambodia, and Neak Oknha Kith Meng, the chairman of Wing Bank and CEO of the Royal Group of Companies, with other esteemed dignitaries in attendance.

HE Rath Sovannorak congratulated Wing Bank on the launch of the two new branches, which will provide the community with even more financial and banking options.

Both branches offer full banking services from 8am until 5pm, Monday to Sunday, providing customers with convenient access to Wing Bank’s high-quality financial products and services even at weekends.

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“Wing Bank provides opportunities for tech-savvy customers and the younger generation of digital natives to live a fully digital life via the Wing Bank App.

“And for those who prefer to carry out their banking transactions over the counter with our friendly tellers, we have opened these Wing Bank branches to meet their needs too.

"All branches of Wing Bank make full use of state-of-the-art facilities and features to introduce global standards in banking to serve our customers,” said Bunthe Hor, deputy CEO of Wing Bank.

In 2022, Wing bank has expanded its banking network to seven strategic locations nationwide in addition to its headquarters on Monivong Boulevard in Phnom Penh's Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang III.

The Independence Monument and Sen Sok branches in Phnom Penh were both launched in March, with the Sihanoukville branch opening on August 18, while the Wat Phnom and Tuol Kork branches in the capital were launched on August 30.

Wing Bank BoeungTrabek is conveniently located along Monivong Boulevard, on the corner of Street 432 opposite the Vietnamese embassy, while the Preah Yukunthor branch is situated on Sihanouk Boulevard, next to the Telecom Cambodia headquarters.

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All the branches are well designed, with large parking lots, relaxing waiting areas, cafe lounges and premium meeting rooms.

Wing Bank's professional and attentive staff will provide a warm welcome and are always ready to answer any enquiry, with high-quality services provided at counters designed to guarantee comfort and privacy as customers fulfil their daily banking needs.

Customers can make cash deposits and withdrawals at any of Wing Bank's now eight locations nationwide, as well as request credit facilities and deposit cheques from any bank without charge. They can also use the premium meeting rooms for meetings and discussions.

At Wing Bank, customers can consult professional business loan executives, open accounts, apply for bank cards, perform money transfers and access digital banking, with many more services available.

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As well as opening the two new branches, Wing Bank also recently launched Wing Digital Loan, allowing both individuals and SME customers to access loans of up to USD50,000, with interest rates as low as one per cent per annum.

Wing Digital Loan is available via the Wing Bank App, removing the need to visit a physical branch.

This is testament to Wing Bank’s mission of meeting the needs of all its customers, whether they prefer to bank digitally or through physical branches.

Wing Bank is constantly striving to introduce to the market innovative products and services that are relevant and make life better for all its respected customers.


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