Credit Bureau Cambodia expands database, makes switch to riel

The credit histories of about 400,000 borrowers were added to its database last year, raising the number to slightly more than 4 million in credit bureau database, Credit Bureau Cambodia Interim CEO Mr. Oeur Sothearoath says at the bureau’s newly opened office in Vattanac Capital. ...

Khmer Times

World Bank: Cambodia business climate improves

Cambodia continued to improve its business environment over the past year, according to the World Bank’s “Doing Business 2017” report that measures the regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it in 190 countries. The World Bank made this assessment despite the Kingdom’s ...

Sum Manet

NBC, CRF offer rice loan support

In an effort to help small and medium-sized rice millers and exporters that are presently unable to provide suitable collateral to qualify for the government’s emergency $27 million rice loan, the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) has joined with the Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) to ...

May Kunmakara

Outstanding credit could reach $30B by 2020

The total amount of loans in Cambodia’s banking sector could rise to $30 billion by 2020, according to a report released today by Mekong Strategic Partners, a new investment and advisory fund. Amid such growth, banks will be challenged to drastically expand their operations and will ...

George Styllis and Kang Sothear

As banking sector booms, overbanking looms

Last month, Cambodia’s nascent yet rapidly expanding banking sector saw the new arrival of Phillip Bank through the acquisition of Hwang DBS Commercial Bank by Singapore’s Philip Capital in a $40 million deal. The number of banks in the country has more than doubled since 2005, ...

Kang Sothear and George Styllis

Credit bureau plans for early 2012 launch

The Kingdom’s first centralised credit bureau was on track to launch in February, officials said yesterday, although it had originally been slated to start by the end of this year. Credit Bureau Cambodia will collect and provide consumer and institutions’ financial information, which they can use ...

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