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CanCham would like to thank our Core Sponsors; Hanuman Capital, ABA Bank, the Canadian International School, Dara Hotels, and Manulife Cambodia for their continued interest and support in the development of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia.
Hanuman Capital: The Hanuman mission is to create the best place to work and assemble the best team ever to create a variety of our own products and services to improve the human experience of consumers around the world.
ABA Bank: ABA Bank was founded in 1996 as the Advanced Bank of Asia Limited, and remains a non-state-owned enterprise in Cambodia today. The National Bank of Canada became ABA Bank shareholder in 2014, accounting for 90% of ABA Bank’s total shares. ABA Bank currently has more than 50 branches, 60 self-banking kiosks and 190 ATMs across the Kingdom of Wonder.
CIS: The Canadian International School of Phnom Penh (CIS) is an accredited school that opened its doors on August 6, 2012 as a preschool and currently offers programming for students from nursery (18 months) to grade 8 for the 2018-2019 school year. CIS uses a Canadian curriculum from the province of Alberta that is recognized worldwide. The new purpose-built campus on Diamond Island opened in 2016, with the central facility and high school sections to follow in expansion.
Dara Hotels: Dara Hotels (dara: ផ្កាយ, “star” in Khmer) is the brand name for an initiative by Cambodian investors who, in the early 2000s, decided to join forces in order to develop a Cambodian hospitality group. Dara Hotels’ vision is to develop quality hotels in strategic locations across the country.
Manulife: Manulife Financial is a Canada-based leading financial services company with operations across Asia, Canada and the United States. Manulife officially launched its operations in Cambodia in 2012, and is the first life insurance company to ever do so in Cambodia.