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Wing Wins Asean Business Award Three Years in a Row

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Neak Oknha Kith Meng: The achievement today truly reflects our commitment and effort in Cambodia and the region . This recognitions is an inspiration for us to fulfill our clients’ needs.​ Photo supplied

Wing Wins Asean Business Award Three Years in a Row

Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialized Bank, Cambodia’s leading mobile banking service provider, was honored with the ASEAN Business Awards (ABA) 2019 in the category of ‘Sustainable Social Enterprise’ for the third time in a row, on November 02, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand.

The award ceremony was presided over by Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, H.E. Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, with Chairman of The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB), Mr. Kalin Sarasin, Chairman of The Federation of Thai Industries, Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, and Chairman of The Thai Bankers’ Association, Mr. Predee Daochai, in attendance.

Lok Chum Teav Mao Chamnan, Chief Operating Officer of Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank, receivedthe award at the event. She said, “We are so thankful to our clients, employees, and many other business partners. Without their enormous contribution, Wing would not have its vision recognized and come this far.”

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Wing wins Asean Business Award three years in a row. Photo supplied

“The achievement today truly reflects our commitment and effort in Cambodia and the region. This recognition is an inspiration for us to keep striving to go the extra miles and continue to bring innovative solutions through our new products that fulfill our clients’ needs,” said Neak Oknha Kith Meng, the Chairman of Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank.

The ABA was initiated by the ASEAN-BAC in 2007, and every year, they recognize outstanding social enterprises that are innovative and have made significant, sustained contributions to the disadvantaged in their community.

Manu Rajan, Chief Executive Officer of Wing, proudly stated, “It gives me immense happiness and satisfaction that we are being able to effectively endorse our company’s mission, and in doing so, positively impacting access to mobile financial services for Cambodians, in their daily lives.”

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Starting from transferring money service 10 years ago, Wing has grown to offer a range of products and services that are driving the growth of a cashless society in Cambodia. Wing remains at the forefront of the mobile money and electronic payment services market in the country with 100% district coverage, via the nationwide network of over 7,000 Wing Cash Xpress outlets.Wing customers can top-up their phone credit, pay bills, transfer money, purchase goods from international online stores, book flight tickets, pay for meals via WingPay QR payment solution and receive remittance from over 200 countries worldwide, all from their mobile phone.


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