Stung​ Meanchey​ branch​ welcomes​ 2020​ with​ a​ makeover

02/01/2020

Stung​ Meanchey​ branch​ welcomes​ 2020​ with​ a​ makeoverStung​ Meanchey​ branch​ welcomes​ 2020​ with​ a​ makeover

ABA​ Bank​ greets​ 2020​ with​ the​ renovation​ and​ upgrade​ of​ another​ branch​ in​ Phnom​ Penh.​ From​ January​ 2​ onwards,​ Stung​ Meanchey​ branch​ will​ be​ operating​ 12​ hours​ every​ day​ from​ Monday​ through​ Sunday​ after​ having​ received​ an​ expansion​ of​ its​ service​ area​ and​ elevation​ of​ its​ facilities​ to​ sustain​ the​ growth​ in​ demand​ for​ banking​ services​ in​ this​ bustling​ neighborhood.

The​ branch​ has​ gone​ through​ a​ facelift​ and​ increased​ its​ original​ size​ to​ accommodate​ more​ teller​ and​ customer​ service​ counters.​ It​ also​ expanded​ its​ waiting​ area​ and​ parking​ space​ and​ extended​ the​ self-banking​ area​ with​ modern​ ATMs,​ Cash-in,​ and​ Cash​ Recycling​ Machines​ (CRM)​ for​ greater​ convenience​ and​ flexibility,​ as​ well​ as​ increased​ the​ number​ of​ professional​ staff​ in​ the​ premises​ to​ provide​ adequate​ service​ to​ customers.​

“This​ highly​ anticipated​ expansion​ is​ exciting​ for​ us​ as​ we​ usher​ in​ the​ new​ year.​ 2019​ was​ a​ great​ year​ and​ we​ are​ looking​ forward​ to​ an​ even​ greater​ year​ in​ 2020​ by​ assuring​ the​ continuation​ of​ our​ outstanding​ service,​ innovative​ digital​ banking​ experience,​ and​ a​ wide​ range​ of​ banking​ products​ catering​ to​ everyone’s​ needs.​ We​ welcome​ all​ customers​ to​ our​ upgraded​ branch,”​ commented​ Ly​ Kimlin,​ Stung​ Meanchey​ Branch​ Manager.

ABA​ Stung​ Meanchey​ branch​ is​ now​ open​ from​ 8​ AM​ to​ 8​ PM​ daily.​ Customers​ can​ access​ to​ the​ Branch’s​ products​ and​ services​ at​ No.​ 20B-23B,​ Monireth​ Blvd.,​ Krom​ 1,​ Phum​ Trea,​ Sangkat​ Stung​ Meanchey,​ Khan​ Meanchey,​ Phnom​ Penh.​ Contact​ number​ is​ 098​ 203​ 889.​

As​ of​ 2​ January​ 2020,​ ABA​ operates​ 77​ branches​ across​ the​ country.​ Stung​ Meanchey​ branch​ is​ the​ latest​ addition​ to​ the​ Bank’s​ network​ of​ 14​ branches​ running​ in​ 12/7​ mode.