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Phnom Penh, 22 February 2018 – Today, Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA) organized its 12th Annual General Assembly (AGA) which was attended by 84 representatives of its members to review the achievements of the previous year, approve CMA strategic plan 2018-2022, and discuss work plan for 2018. The AGA discussed and approved amendment to the CMA Statute. The change increases number of CMA Board of Directors’ composition from 11 to 13 members, 11 representatives of microfinance institution members, 1 representative of financial leasing institutions and 1 representative of rural credit institutions

Mr. Kea Borann (CEO of AMK), Mr. Borann joined AMK as its Finance Manager in February 2004. Previously, Borann worked for World Relief Cambodia / CREDIT (Microcredit program) as the Finance Director. Borann holds a BBA in Finance and Accounting, and received ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) accreditation.


Oknha Dr. Bun Mony (BOD Chairman of Vithey Microfinance Plc ), Dr. Mony has 18 years experience  in microfinance  after founding CCB NGO and then working  for eight years as Executive Director of CCB. In 2003 CCB NGO became  a licensed MFI. Dr. Mony is a field specialist in finance, accounting and management with a Bachelor of Business Administration from the National  University of Management, a Master  of Business  Administration (MBA)  from  Ultara  University  of Malaysia,  and a Doctor  of Business Administration (DBA) from Preston University,  USA.   

Mr. Chea Phalarin (CEO of Amret)
Mr. Phalarin has worked with AMRET since 1997 and his responsibilities focus on training credit agents, supervising key managers in different departments, relating to local authorities, governments, donors  and  creditors,  and  managing  relationships with  the Board  of Directors.  In 1995,  he worked  with  Ministry  of Agriculture  before  joining AMRET. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from National Institute of Management (1991) and a Master of Business from University Utara Malaysia (2002).

Oknha. Hout Ieng Tong ( CEO of  HKL ), Mr. Tong obtained  a Bachelor  of Agriculture  degree in Phnom Penh in 1991, and holds an MBA from Build Bright University.  He worked as an economic  researcher  for three years and has 15 years management experience  in microfinance.  He has attended local and international courses  in staff management, financial management, planning, leadership, human resource  management, credit  management, and microfinance  management and has been to visits/workshops in many countries.

Mr. Sok Voeun ( CEO of LOLC), Mr. Voeurn obtained for his Master degree in Business Administration majoring in Finance  and Banking  at the Build Bright University  in Cambodia  in 2005. He received a Bachelor  degree in Economic  Science at the faculty of Law and Economic  Science in
2000. He has attended microfinance training program at the Boulder Microfinance in Italy, and other pertinent training in USA, South Africa, India, Bangladesh and Thailand.  He started working for TPC as Chief Operations Officer in April 2010 and he was promoted to be Deputy Chief Executive Officer in December 2012.

Mr. Chan Mach ( CEO of Kredit ), Mr. MACH, the first local CEO of KREDIT, was promoted from his Operations Manager position in 2006. With a Bachelor of Mathematics and experience as a math teacher, Mach joined KREDIT initially in 1999 as the Auditor and Trainer. His managerial potential was recognized and he became the Phnom Penh Branch Manager in 2001. The branch flourished and in 2003 he was appointed the Operations Director. Under his leadership, KREDIT became sustainable and tripled the portfolio. Mach completed 2 Master Degree: MBA and MFB. He attended nationally and internationally numerous courses related microfinance and banking.

Mrs. Dith Nita (CEO of Camma), Mrs. Nita  graduated in her Bachelor degree of Commerce in 2003 and Master degree of Financial Management in 2005 at Australian National University. She has experience in business management and credit management since 2008. Prior to establish CAMMA Microfinance Limited, she owned and managed the Construction Company. At the same time, she also operated the Credit Operator and then registered it as Microfinance Institution, which recognized officially by National Bank of Cambodia since 2010

Mrs. Top Soksamphea (COO of VisionFund), Mrs. Samphea has been in her position since 2007, after joining VisionFund as Finance and Administration Director in 2002. She has spent more than 10 years in finance, accounting, management, auditing and communications. Her career started with Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers as senior auditor from 1997 to 2001. She has bachelor and master degrees from the NUM, Cambodia. Her foreign languages are English and French. Ms. Samphea possesses a diploma of Accounting and Administration from Noisy Le Grand College, France. She also has certificates from  International Financial Accounting, Ernst & Young Vietnam, Auditing Skills I,II, III, Auditing Senior Essentials, Business Plan, Operacy, and Risk, Asset & Liabilities and Treasury Management.

Mr. Sim Senacheert (CEO of PRASAC), Mr. Senacheert obtained a Diploma in Accounting and Finance in 1994. He holds a Bachelor and Master Degree in Business Administration. Since 1995 he has attended many training courses related to microfinance. He is an accredited Microfinance Training of Trainer certified by ADBI, TDLC of the WB, and UNCDF. He worked in banking and with PRASAC since
1995 as credit officer, accountant, branch manager, microbanking trainer and finance manager. From 2002, he held positions of Branch Manager and Operations Manager with another MFI before joining PRASAC as General Manager in late 2003.

Mrs. Sokna Kolap Bopha is a Director and Deputy CEO of sonatra Microfinance Institution Plc. She joined the institution since it’s incorporation in 2010 and has led the institution till present. From 2010 to 2015, she served at financial institution of Cambodia as Chief Finance Officer and she also the Funder of Soben Hotel Group. From 1995 to 2003, Mrs Sokna Kolap Bopha attended primary and secondary school education in Singapore in Dunman High School of Singapore. She later moved to Australia to join Wesley College Where she completed the international Baccalaureate Diploma program. After college, she went on to completed a Bachelor Degree, majoring in Accounting, Banking and Finance from Monash University, Asutralia.

During the time she apent in Cambodia, Mrs. Sokna Kolap Bopha actively participates in social activities. In 2013, she was appointed by his Majesty in the King to be adviser to the Vice Chairman II of the National Assembly of Cambodia. She involve in social events such as donation activities to schools, hospitals, pagodas and to armies along Cambodia border. In  2016, she was awarded a royal medal (preah Reacheanachak Kampuchea Mahasena) by his Majesty the King of Cambodia. Currently, she seeks to involve in as many social events as possible.

Lim Socheat, Board member, Mega Leasing Plc. Mr. Lim Socheat is currently Board member of Mega Leasing Plc. and Chairman of Bamboo Finance Plc. with nearly 20 years professional and financial experience. Hs is an AusAID scholar with diverse interests in financial and banking sector co-founding and heading many leading financial institutions. He represents and promotes private sector’s interest with Cambodia Chamber of Commerce as an active elected member and Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia as a Vice President.

Mrs. Ya Vantheang, (Finance Manager of CMK), CMK's finance department was, literally, built around Ms. Vantheang. She joined the CMK team in 2009 as the lone finance officer, centralising the financial operations of our network of branches. A year later, she was made Finance Manager and has since overseen the development and maintenance of our internal financial frameworks, policies and procedures. Ms. Vantheang now heads a team of four finance officers at CMK headquarters. She holds a Master in Banking and Finance.




Monday, 19 August 2019 (Update)
N& MFIs 71MFIs,4 FLIs and 6RCIs 71MFIs,4 FLIs and 6RCIs
Loan 6,048.16 Million USD 6,456.41 Million USD
Borrower 1,992,010 2,126,222
Deposits 3,102 Million USD 3,394 Million USD
Depositor 2,420,200 2,561,680
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