The Post introduces prominent industry leaders who have made an impact this year.
Chief Bank CEO Dr Soeung Morarith is ready to prove cynics’ 2021 banking outlook could be wrong, at least where Cambodian banks are concerned.
After a rollercoaster 2020, the Kingdom’s insurance sector is expected to rebound positively next year backed by better economic growth, with more industry players having quickly adapted to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The CEO of the Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC), Oeur Sothearoath, explains how the institution is leveraging on digital platforms to improve credit monitoring so that both lenders and borrowers have easy and transparent access to credit.
After a successful bond listing coupled with growth in deposits, PPCBank is aiming for a strong performance in 2021.
The Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Bank of Cambodia Plc – initiated by Prime Minister Hun Sen – was launched in 2020, coming at a crucial time to enhance lending to a sector of huge importance, one which often lacks adequate access to finance.
KPMG Cambodia lead advisory partner James Roberts has said that, despite the unprecedented shocks from the Covid-19 pandemic impacting countries across the globe, he considered the Kingdom’s economy to be “robust”, with “strong upside growth available”.
In today’s volatile economic climate, accounting and finance professionals with a range of abilities have the best chance of success in the market.
The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) has been re-established for 41 years – since October 10, 1979 – playing an important role in developing an efficient, stable and sustainable banking system.
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.