Automotive, heavy equipment, engineering and food services conglomerate RMA (Cambodia) Plc (RMAC) on Thursday officially listed its first corporate bond on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX).
South Korean-owned Phnom Penh Commercial Bank (PPCBank) has decided to split the issuance of its 80 billion riel corporate bonds ($19.7 million) into two phases due to the Covid-19 development.
Public subscription period for RMA (Cambodia) Co Ltd’s and Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd’s corporate bond issues start from Monday as the firms plan to list on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) later this month.
Having recently obtained permission from the Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC), Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd is on its way to becoming only the fourth company to issue bonds in the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX).
Phnom Penh Commercial Bank (PPCBank) and Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd (Prasac) have been granted initial permission to issue bonds on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX).
The Advanced Bank of Asia Limited (ABA Bank), a member of the National Bank of Canada Group and one of the leading commercial banks in Cambodia, traded its first bond earlier this week.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) granted its approval in principle on a bond listing eligibility review to Advance Bank of Asia Limited (ABA Bank), it said on Tuesday.
Advanced Bank of Asia Limited (ABA Bank), a National Bank of Canada Group member, will become the third bond issuer in the Cambodian capital market after it obtained approval from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), it announced on Friday.