The Cambodian Securities Exchange (CSX) only has four listed companies, but it is slowly devising ways to increase growth and shift the trading focus away from small individual investors towards large institutional players.
Life Insurance has always been somewhat of a mystery to most Cambodians. The fact that the industry was only introduced to the wider parts of the Cambodian population as recently as four years back doesn’t help its cause.
When Forte Insurance (Cambodia) Pic, first set up shop here in 1999, it faced a market that had little or no understanding of the benefits of being insured.
Insurance is all about protecting oneself, but insurance extends far beyond life and health insurance. For example, who would protect the banking sector if it went into freefall?
Camlife is the oldest life insurance in Cambodia. In a recent interview, the company’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Tondy Suradiredja spoke more about Camlife’s history and what the future holds.
Though People & Partner Insurance PLC only went fully operational in Cambodia in 2015, its management team has about 150 years of experience between them, according to company chief executive officer Jeffrey James Whittaker who
The insurance industry has traditionally been seen as an economic indicator used to gauge the prosperity of developing economies by reducing uncertainty and the impact of large losses, while encouraging new investments, innovation,
Company invests in raising awareness of life insurance as a financial planning tool for Cambodians
Last year, CVI celebrated their 5th year in Phnom Penh, an anniversary that marked the success of the general insurance provider in Cambodia’s emerging insurance market.
Four months after the successful launch of the country’s first mobile delivered life insurance product; Smart Life Insurance, underwritten by BIMA, now financially secures more than 20,000 Cambodian families.
Forte Insurance has continued to be Cambodia’s leading insurance firm for the last 12 years, guiding and shaped the industry.