Manulife Cambodia, the Kingdom’s first international life insurer, has received a “Top Workplaces in Asia” award at the prestigious Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability (ACES) Awards 2020.
The Institute of Banking and Finance Cambodia (IBF) on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Paragon International University Cambodia promoting a collaboration to bridge the skills gap between academic institutions’ programmes and the needs of the banking industry.
Fewer cash-strapped micro loan borrowers who have been affected by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are seeking to delay their loan repayments, according to the Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA).
Last year, 96 per cent of the 313 CamEd Business School students who majored in a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance were employed within days of their graduation, while the remaining four per cent joined their family businesses or furthered their studies.
In leaps and bounds, Sathapana Bank built its robust operations to emerge as a leading commercial bank in the Kingdom – and after 25 years the financial institution is standing tall in the industry.
Although only the third quarter of 2020, it has been a busy year so far for Amret Microfinance Institution Plc, as one of Cambodia’s leading financial institutions continues to demonstrate its commitment to assisting people in the Kingdom across a wide range of sectors.
Cambodia’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can now avail of easy leasing options to procure their machinery.
Benevolent partner is the role banks are adopting to assist their customers during the testing times ushered in by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.