The Credit Bureau of Cambodia to launch a commercial credit reporting service.
The Central Bank forecasts the inflation rate will grow by 2.6 percent this year.
The Int’l Monetary Fund cuts its global growth forecasts for the 2nd time in 3 months.
The central banks of Cambodia and Laos agreed to strengthen cooperation.
To encourage more young people to become entrepreneurs, the government must prioritise improving the process of starting and registering a business, reducing capital requirements, and expanding access to finance, experts said last week.
The government on Friday reiterated its intention of issuing sovereign bonds, and said they will become available to investors in the next four to five years.
The CSX approves Hattha Kaksekar’s request to begin the issuance of corporate bonds.
Hattha Kaksekar Limited, one of the largest microfinance institutions in the country, will issue the first corporate bond.
A new QR code-based payment system, which is being developed in cooperation with Thailand, will launch next year, representatives of the central bank announced last week.
The government on Friday highlighted the need for greater access to data to further the country’s development, urging the private sector to participate in public surveys.
In the first half 2018, the local financial sector continued the strong growth.
A year of “vintage” economic growth could be undone by rising protectionism.
The National Bank of Cambodia revokes the licenses of 11 rural credit institutions.
India’s central bank raises interest rates for the first time in over four years.
Asean Plus Three member countries vowe to boost security in the financial sector.
Maybank extends its popular financial literacy programme for four more years.
South Korea’s Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) has announced it will open a representative office in Phnom Penh this year.
Commercial banks and microfinance institutions have acquired more than 209 billion riel in riel liquidity, worth $52.4 million.
Officers of the Central Bank agree there is a need to de-dollarise the economy.
warns against the use of cryptocurrencies.
The cryptocurrency Bitcoin soars to fresh records putting it on course for $10,000.
The National Bank of Cambodia will open a museum on finance and monetary matters.
China’s central bank governor says the economy could grow seven percent in the second half of this year.