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DONORS

APPUI AU DÉVELOPPEMENT AUTONOME (ADA)

Website: http://www.ada-microfinance.org/en


Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

Website: http://www.afd.fr/home/pays/asie/geo-asie/cambodge


Regulators

National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) was established in December 23, 1954. After the country gained the independence from French Colony and after the Indochina Printing Institution was closed.

The National Bank of Cambodia printed its own national currency of Riel in order to completely terminate the monetary alliance with the Vietnamese and Laos currency. Meanwhile, there was the establishing of local banking system in which the state banks and private banks operated together in the territory of Cambodia. www.nbc.org.kh


Regulators

Ministry of Economy and Finance (MoEF) is delegated by the Royal Government to perform the mission of guidance and administration of the economy and finance of the Kingdom of Cambodia in order to support economic development and to improve the living standards of Cambodian people based on the principles of a free market economy and social equality. www.mef.gov.kh


Networking

The Banking with the Poor Network (BWTP Network) is Asia’s microfinance network that works towards building efficient, large-scale sustainable organisations, through co-operation, training and capacity building with the aim of achieving innovative, appropriate and demand-driven financial services for the poor. The Network is an association of a diverse range of microfinance stakeholders committed to improving the quality of life of the poor through promoting and facilitating their access to sustainable financial services. The BWTP Network is an initiative of the Foundation for Development Cooperation and its Secretariat is based in Singapore. www.bwtp.org


Networking

http://www.cgap.org/ Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) is an independent policy and research center dedicated to advancing financial access for the world's poor. It is supported by over 30 development agencies and private foundations who share a common mission to alleviate poverty. Housed at the World Bank, CGAP provides market intelligence, promotes standards, develops innovative solutions and offers advisory services to governments, microfinance providers, donors, and investors. www.cgap.org


Networking

MIX Market ™ is a global, web-based, microfinance information platform. It provides information to sector actors and the public at large on microfinance institutions (MFIs) worldwide, public and private funds that invest in microfinance, MFI networks, raters/external evaluators, advisory firms, and governmental and regulatory agencies. MIX Market seeks to develop a transparent information market to link MFIs worldwide with Investors and Donors and promote greater investment and information flows. MIX Market currently provides data on over 1800 MFIs, over 100 investors and almost 200 partners. www.mixmarket.org


STAKEHOLDERS

Member

Website: http://www.abc.org.kh/abcorg/


CAMFEBA

CAMFEBA warmly welcomes individual company, Business Associations, Non-profit organizations and individuals to be our members. Our membership is categorized into the following:

Ordinary Member

Every company legally registered in Cambodia can join CAMFEBA as Ordinary Member. Being the Ordinary members, you can stand for and vote the Executive Committee members of CAMFEBA and get full access to all our services including the attending the overseas training. (Application Form)

Association Member

A Business Association legally registered in Cambodia can join CAMFEBA as an Association Member. The Business Association will get full rights and access to our services as the Ordinary Member. Moreover, the members of the Business Associations are also considered as our indirect members. However, the Indirect Members cannot enjoy our Legal Advisory Service and Overseas Training opportunity, stand for and vote the Executive Committee members. If they want to get our full rights and services, we encourage them to become our Ordinary Members by paying the Annual Subscription fee only.  (Application Form)

Associate Member

CAMFEBA warmly welcomes the Non-profit organizations as well as the Individuals who want to work the private sector in Cambodia as the Associate Members. Even though the Associate Members can enjoy all our services, they do not have the right to stand for and vote the Executive Committee members of CAMFEBA.   (Application Form)


BWTP

The Banking with the Poor Network (BWTP Network) is Asia’s microfinance network that works towards building efficient, large-scale sustainable organisations, through co-operation, training and capacity building with the aim of achieving innovative, appropriate and demand-driven financial services for the poor. The Network is an association of a diverse range of microfinance stakeholders committed to improving the quality of life of the poor through promoting and facilitating their access to sustainable financial services. The BWTP Network is an initiative of the Foundation for Development Cooperation and its Secretariat is based in Singapore


SEEP

Contact us: http://www.seepnetwork.org


Social Performance

http://www.sptf.info/


LATEST DATA FOR CAMBODIAN MICROFINANCE

Sunday, 30 Jul 2017 (Updated)
N& MFIs 59 MFIs 62 MFIs
Loan $3,328.00 $3,544.37
Borrower 1,848,571 1,880,483
Deposits $$1,625.16 $1,765.49
Depositor 1,652,227 1,718,982
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