|Address||2nd Floor, Union Financial Centre, Corner of Maharbandoola Road and Thein Phyu Road, Bohtataung Township, Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar|
|Overview||BTMU Yangon Branch opened and commenced operations on April 22, 2015.
Myanmar has accelerated its move towards democracy since its transition to civilian rule in March 2011. It has attracted a lot of attention from foreign companies as a new emerging market in Asia, given its large geographical territory, population, labor force, abundant natural resources, and the high growth potential of its domestic demand. Japanese companies may be particularly interested in the planned Thilawa Special Economic Zone 25 km south of Rangoon.
Since our predecessor company the Bank of Tokyo established an office in Rangoon (Yangon) in 1954, besides providing information including investment environment of Myanmar to customers, BTMU has acted as an agent bank for the Japanese government’s ODA yen loans and aids to Myanmar.
BTMU Yangon Branch provides full banking services, including deposits, loans, and foreign exchange, to foreign companies and domestic banks operating in Myanmar.
(as of April 22, 2015)