Phnom Penh Commercial Bank plans to expand after a good performance last year.
It has been an exceptionally busy three years at one of Cambodia’s fastest-growing banks, as its digital transformation continues to move at a breathtaking pace.
PPCBank announces continued support of the kingdom’s (WT) Taekwondo athletes.
“I think it’s very important that employees and all members of the company engage themselves in CSR activities,”
Ratanak is an IT graduate from AEU. After graduating, he started a job as a data entry staff that earned him an income of 100$ per month in a private company.
Disability is only a small adversity in the journey of achieving one’s life goals. It should not hinder you from landing your dream job.
An agreement to foster the growth of small businesses in Cambodia.
‘Socials Coffee’ is a venue that offers employment opportunities for people with physical disabilities, especially the deaf.
PPCBank plans to expand its ‘coffee banking’ concept into its branches in Phnom Penh.
Coping with physical disability is never easy; in other cases, some do not seem to have any chance of winning over it. It gets even harder for those who have to suffer financial setbacks, too.
PPCBank customers will soon enjoy access to the Diners Club International card, after the two institutions signed an agreement.
PPCBank and Wing Limited Specialised Bank have teamed up to provide new choices for money transfers.