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Campu Securities committed to securities market

Campu Securities committed to securities market

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Goh Keat Lye, chief executive office of Campus Securities Plc in his office . Photo Supplied

Campu Securities Plc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Campu Bank was incorporated in Cambodia in February 2010 and officially received its securities underwriting licence from the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia in October 2010, which permits Campu Securities to provide securities underwriting, brokerage and dealing. Campu Securities was awarded membership in the Cambodia Securities Exchange in July 2011.

“Campu Securities is excited to venture into the securities capital market and is committed to playing a meaningful role in the socioeconomic development of Cambodia including its race towards the development of its capital market,” said Goh Keat Lye, the chief executive officer of Campu Securities Plc, who is a certified accountant with more than 17 years experience in investment banking with Public Investment Bank Berhad prior to his appointment in Cambodia.

Campu Securities is a subsidiary of Public Bank Group, which is well positioned to play a significant role by contributing to the development of a vibrant and sustainable capital market in Cambodia through supporting the government’s Financial Sector Development Strategy, which serves as a mark of further progression of Cambodia.

The establishment of the securities capital market will place Cambodia on the global financial architecture stage together with other ASEAN countries and put Cambodia into the forefront in attracting domestic and foreign investment in its equity market which would augment its national development agenda well.

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