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Growing with the nation

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Extensive branch expansion

Growing with the nation

Within a span of 30 years, Woori Bank has made a mark in the Kingdom’s banking landscape – expanding its financial delivery services and rapidly reaching out to more than 300,000 customers with a network of 138 branches across all of Cambodia’s provinces and Phnom Penh.

Woori Bank broke down barriers by deploying physical and digital infrastructure to provide reliable financial assistance to people in urban and rural areas – supporting individuals’ changing financial needs as well as the corporate sector’s funding demands.

The bank firmly embraces financial inclusion, and its principles of shared prosperity have come to the fore during challenges, whether the Covid-19 health crisis or natural disasters that hit businesses and livelihoods.

With its new identity this year as a commercial entity and a client-centric approach, Woori Bank is ready to further support its customers with even more sophisticated financial services.


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