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SBI LY HOUR Bank launches its new Chbar Ampov 2 branch in Central Commercial Zone

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Mrs Khim Kanga, SBI LY HOUR Bank branch manager at the Central Commercial Zone.

SBI LY HOUR Bank launches its new Chbar Ampov 2 branch in Central Commercial Zone

SBI LY HOUR Bank Plc, a joint-venture between LY HOUR Group and SBI Holdings Inc, on March 29 launched a newly renovated branch at the Central Commercial Zone.

The new branch is located in Chbar Ampov 2 at building 25, National Road No1, Sangkat Chhbar Ampov Timouy, Khan Chhbar Ampov, Phnom Penh.

SBI LY HOUR Bank, which obtained a commercial banking licence from the National Bank of Cambodia in March 2020, is one of the fastest growing financial institutions in the Kingdom.

Despite the global impact due to the Covid-19 outbreak, SBI LY HOUR Bank will continue to offer financial services to meet the demands of both urban and rural customers in the low and middle income segments.

SBI LY HOUR Bank has offered more than 1,500 jobs to Cambodians in its 25 branches across 25 provinces in the Kingdom as of the end of this February.

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A newly established bank, SBI LY HOUR Bank will attract more funds from foreign and domestic sources to provide the best financial services to attract long-term investment from Japanese subsidiaries to further promote economic stability in Cambodia.

The manager of the Chhbar Ampov 2 branch, Khim Kanga – with more than 12 years of banking experience in managing branch operations and service quality management – is committed to customers’ financial goals.

For more details, please contact:

Mrs Khim Kanga, branch manager
Tel: (855)92 939 899
Email: kanga.khim@sbilhbank.com.kh

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