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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh Representative Office

Address Phnom Penh Tower Building, 11th Floor, #445, Preh Monivong Blvd (St. 93/232), Sangkat Boeung Pralit, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Phnom Penh Representative Office
Telephone 855-23-964-321
Services Research into Cambodia's political and economic situations and the financial market.
Provision of information to Japanese and multinational companies for investment.
Relationship management with the local government, multinational aid agencies, and donor countries.
Relationship management with correspondent banks.

Cambodia's economy has been growing rapidly in recent years due to infrastructure development and socio-political stability, which has contributed to growth especially in tourism and the garment and shoe industries. Companies in neighboring countries also start considering the establishment of a regional supply chain including Cambodia. Total investment from Japanese companies reached a record-high in 2012 and is expected to further increase.

In 1956 The Bank of Tokyo, one of the predecessor bank of BTMU, opened a representative office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital city. The office was closed in 1967 due to growing social unrest but with the Paris Peace Accord in 1991 and improving socio-economic conditions, BTMU reopened the office in February 2012. Currently 4 staff members research and provide investment information to our clients worldwide.

(as of April 14, 2013)