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Awards and appreciation

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Awards and appreciation

Diligent taxpayer

Samdech Techo Prime Minister Hun Sen sent a letter of appreciation to ACLEDA Bank Plc for its significant contribution to the Cambodian economy through tax payments.

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Extensive network

The National Bank of Cambodia presented a certificate to ACLEDA in appreciation of the bank’s invaluable contribution towards financial inclusivity with the development of its country-wide branch network.

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Best Mobile Banking Project

ACLEDA Bank received the ‘Best Mobile Banking Project Award’ from The Asian Banker at the 2013 Asian Banker International Technology Implementation Awards.

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ACLEDA Bank receives client leadership award from International Finance Corporation.

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World Economic Forum accolade

ACLEDA Bank was honoured by the World Economic Forum as a ‘Global Growth Company’. Among the 20 fastest-growing companies in East Asia honoured by the World Economic Forum in 2014, ACLEDA – a pioneer and innovator in the banking sector – was the only Cambodian bank to received an award.

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Financial transparency

ACLEDA Bank won the ‘CGAP Financial Transparency Award’ in a worldwide competition on transparency that attracted 175 entrants. Three of the five top winners and four other institutions that received certificates of merit were also Cambodian.

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‘Most Admired’ in region

ACLEDA Bank received the ‘Most Admired ASEAN Enterprises Award’ in the Growth and Employment category from the ASEAN Business Advisory Council.

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