The Phnom Penh-based CamEd Business School has established a reputation for producing some of the country’s top accounting professionals.
Forte Insurance (“Forte”) has been recognized for its continued financial strength and its commitment to excellence by an international rating agency and a leading publication covering the financial services industry.
In an exclusive interview with The Post, the CEO of AIA Cambodia, Pauline Teoh, outlines the firm’s commitment to the Kingdom.
Phillip Bank Plc, which merged with KREDIT MFI in January, is putting in place a safety net for all its loanees facing a cash-crunch due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Shinhan Bank Cambodia Plc has introduced a slew of proactive measures to ensure its customers do not default on their loans during the Covid-19 outbreak that has shattered businesses.
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) is raising the bar – it wants to woo cash-rich foreign investors to bolster the Kingdom’s capital market.
There has been a buzz surrounding the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) in recent weeks.
Cambodian Public Bank Plc (Campu Bank) has, alongside its regular banking business, given its investor awareness programme top priority.
Banker Dr In Channy is bursting with joy despite the gloom rocking the financial markets outside the Kingdom. Channy is laughing all the way to his Acleda Bank, which he founded 27 years ago as a young man.
With Covid-19 seemingly the topic of every dinner conversation and emblazoned below the masthead of every newspaper, Cambodian Derivatives Exchange (CDX) director Lawrence Kook believes that it may be an opportune time for investors to make their first trade.