The Association of Cambodian Local Economic Development Agencies (ACLEDA) was initially established in January 1993, as a non-profit national NGO for micro and small enterprises' development and credit. It resulted from the institutionalisation process of an earlier ILO/UNDP project targeting vulnerable populations. In October 2000, ACLEDA Bank Ltd. was licensed by the National Bank of Cambodia as a Specialized Bank, able to take public deposits and seek commercial funding to support the expansion of its core business. ACLEDA Bank was granted a full commercial banking license on 1st December 2003, to become ACLEDA Bank Plc., allowing the organisation to expand the range of services offered to customers.
National Bank of Cambodia
The National Bank of Cambodia, located in Phnom Penh, is the central bank of Cambodia. The Bank's duties include, inter alia, the management of monetary and exchange policies, the regulation of banks and and financial institutions, and the control of the national currency, the riel. The bank was established in 1954 when Cambodia obtained its independence from France. National Bank of Cambodia is also known as "Red Bank" or "Banque Rouge".
ANZ Royal Bank
ANZ Royal is one of the pioneering banks in Cambodia to introduce internet banking and provide a network of off-site Automated Teller Machines (ATM). Established in 2005, ANZ Royal is a joint venture of Australia based ANZ and a Cambodian-based Royal Group company (RGC).
Cambodia Commercial Bank
Cambodia Commercial Bank (en français: Banque commerciale du Cambodge) is the first foreign owned bank in Cambodia. It was established in 1991.
Canadia Bank (not to be confused with the country, Canada) is the largest local bank in Cambodia. The bank was established in 1991 and became privatized in 1998. It has 10 branches across the country.
Public Bank Berhad (MYX: 1295) is a bank based in Malaysia.The Public Bank Group's business ended the financial year 2005 on a high note with RM111.6 billion in assets, RM68.1 billion in loans and RM84.1 billion in deposits. In terms of balance sheet size, the Public Bank Group is the third largest banking group in Malaysia with approximately US$ 41.76 billion in total assets in Malaysia with the lowest non-performing loan ratios.