The NBC and Maybank collaborate for cross-border payments with Malaysia.
Maybank focuses on regional expansion.
Playing to its strengths, the Malaysian tiger has its sights on being a top-five retail bank in Cambodia
WITH the sole aim of eliminating avoidable blindness in the Kingdom, a team of nearly 400 Maybank Cambodia employees volunteered for the “Restore the Gift of Sight” initiative at the Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital last Saturday.
Over 350 Maybank employees participate in the “Restore the Gift of Sight” initiative.
In conjunction with the 10th Maybank Global CR Day, more than 350 employees from its Cambodian chapter took part in an initiative called “Restore the Gift of Sight”.
Over 350 Maybank employees organize the “Restore the Gift of Sight” initiative.
Three outstanding students, out of some 600 applicants in the Kingdom, emerged victorious in the Maybank GO Ahead. Challenge National Level 2019 after the final pitch at Paragon University on Sunday.
3 university students are chosen to compete in the Maybank Go Ahead Challenge.
Zakat Fitrah was done to 200 local families in Chong Khos Village, where some of whom live in the sampans and some on land along the riverside.
Maybank launches the Cashville Kidz Financial Literacy Programme 2019.
Banks in the Kingdom are slowly making their way to including more riel loans in their portfolios by the end of this year.
Maybank achieves a record profit before tax (PBT) of 10.9 billion ringgit in 2018.
Three primary school children score themselves a brand-new gadget each.
With the theme ‘Maybank Cares – Impact, Engage and Empower’, Maybank Cambodia rolled out its financial literacy campaign at five different locations in the country aiming at promoting prudent management of finances among youngsters.
Maybank Cambodia rolls out its financial literacy campaign at five different locations.
Maybank Cambodia is ready to roar, guided by its humanising financial services mission, for both the business community and its customers in general, thanks to a prudent management approach and a team of ambitious staff, said its chief executive officer Mohd Hanif Suadi.
Silk weaving is an ancient art in Cambodia. Chinese annals depict that farmers in the then Kampuchea grew mulberry trees and raised silkworms for a thriving silk industry, with raw silk exports going to China in shiploads.
The men were seconded to the banks as security guards and were not under the employment of the banks.
Bun Muoykong, Ang Sethireach, and Vireak Kunthy have been named as Cambodia’s representative in the final round of Maybank’s GO Ahead Challenge on Saturday, June 23.
Maybank last Saturday started its new child sponsorship programme in Cambodia. Around 52 underprivileged children were provided with opportunities to pursue their education as a way out of poverty.
Rama Ariadi recently joined a team from Maybank Cambodia that distributed food aid to this Cham community, at the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
A total of RM225,000 ($57,000) in aid has been distributed this year in the form of aid packages to 1.600 families across Cambodia through Maybank’s Ramadan Relief programme, according to a bank representative.
Maybank has sponsored 52 underprivileged children by providing them the opportunities to pursue education as a way out of poverty.
After the successful completion of its pilot phase of the Maybank Cashville Kidz Financial Literacy Programme in Cambodia, Maybank Foundation last Saturday carried out its commitment to expand the programme under Phase 2 to public schools in the country.
Maybank extends its popular financial literacy programme for four more years.
Her Royal Highness, the Royal Consort of the Crown Prince of Pahang Darul Makmur, was on a private visit to Cambodia, which included an audience with Her Majesty Norodom Monineath, the Queen Mother.
Malaysian Embassy and Maybank host Princess Azizah at a silk weaving training centre.
The animated lessons range from saving plans to positive spending habits.
There is a simple reason why Maybank has been named the most innovative bank in Malaysia, explains the CEO of its Cambodian subsidiary. “We have observed that innovation has no borders,” says Ms. Cynthia Liaw…