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Maybank invites to investment event

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Maybank invites to investment event

When it comes to discussing wealth management and finance, they say health and education is equally important, as how could someone value one’s money without health, and the knowledge to use it wisely.

With personal income growing in the Kingdom, many Cambodians are eager to learn about how to invest their money wisely to ensure a prosperous future for oneself and family members.

To showcase the possibilities and opportunities arising in the wealth, health and education sector within the ASEAN economic community, Maybank would like to cordially invite you to an educational and informational event under the theme INVEST, to be held on 8-9 April (Friday & Saturday).

“As one of the leading ASEAN banks, we are able to work alongside our partners, to showcase investment and lifestyle opportunities and how Maybank’s regional network and solutions can serve our customers’ needs,” said Cynthia Liaw, CEO of Maybank (Cambodia) Plc.

Guests will be able to meet leading local and regional experts in the fields of wealth management, healthcare and education, as well as the opportunity to join free expert seminars, including a talk by distinguished H.E. Sok Siphana, advisor to the Royal Government of Cambodia.

Admission to the event is free and each visitor will be able to take home a gift bag. Guests can avail to various exciting promotional offers from Maybank and their partners, including medical advice, glucose and blood pressure tests, free phones (iPhone, Samsung), discounts on home purchases, etc.

At the event, visitors will also have the opportunity to sign up for the Maybank Visa Debit Picture Card, Cambodia’s first personalised debit card, as well as having a first preview of Maybank’s latest innovation, the Maybank Mobile Banking. Qualified new and existing Maybank’s Children Savings Account holders will also have the opportunity to attend a special Mathematics Workshop free of charge on 10 April (Sunday).

Admission is FREE.
Visit the Maybank INVEST 2016
at the Maybank Tower on Norodom Boulevard, anytime from 9:00am
to 5:00pm, 8-9 April (Friday & Saturday).

For inquiries, please call
098/099 888 028 or email
maybankinvest2016@maybank.com.kh, and follow Maybank Cambodia on Facebook for the latest updates.


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