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Our Partners

In contribution toward sustainable development of MF sector, we have closely worked internationally recognized university, central banks and organizations supporting MF industry in building capacity of MF stakeholders and practitioners locally and internationally. Furthermore, we also have mutually cooperated with financial institutions, NGOs, and companies in creation of employability access for students who successfully completed skills development course and studying academic degree at AIB.

List of Our Partners Cooperated in Building MF Capacity

  1. National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) has collaborated in providing outstanding contribution of regulatory and supervisory knowledge and experience on building inclusive financial sector in Cambodia to delegations of policy makers, regulators and MF practitioners from the ASEAN region and international.
  2. Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA) has cooperated in the arrangement of yearly training package for AIB to undertake the preparation of the said packaged trainings for CMA's members. Many significant MF training activities have incurred through this mutual cooperation.
  3. GIZ-Laos "Access to Finance for the Poor Project (AFP)", Microfinance Working Group in Laos (MFWG) and National Bank of Lao PDR (BOL) have cooperated with AIB in organizing MF trainings in the Lao PDR for Saving & Credit Unions, MFIs and other financial institutions. The courses participants benefit enormously from these cooperative trainings.
  4. Center for Microfinance Leadership at Women's World Banking provided a management development course (Management Development Training of Trainers Jan 16-21, 2012, Cambodia), which is co-hosted by AIB, to institutions from the ASEAN region that rank in the top 200 of the Mix Market's Composite Ranking.
  5. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany has collaborated in organizing MF Winter Academy 2012 that is based on the experiences of the well established Frankfurt School Summer Academies and strategic plan implementation of AIB. The Winter Academy is the motto of Real Cases in Real Place that highly focuses on the successful MF experience of ACLEDA and the training event held in Cambodia for the world MFIs.
  6. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany cooperates with AIB for arrangement of final exams for Frankfurt School online courses. AIB will host the final exams of the e-learning programs offered by Frankfurt School on the LinkEd platform.
  7. China Association of Microfinance (CAM) has closely cooperated with AIB in organizing 3 cooperative training courses on Risk Management of MFI for 90 Microfinance and other financial institutions. The first course was conducted in Qingdao August 19-23, 2013, the second was in Chongqing September 21-25, 2013 and the third took place in Beijing November 02, 2013.

MoU with ACLEDA Bank Plc. and Subsidiary Companies

  1. ACLEDA Bank Plc. (Internal and External Training Service Agreement)
  2. ACLEDA Bank Lao Ltd.
  3. ACLEDA Securities Plc.
  4. ACLEDA MFI Myanmar Co., Ltd.

List of Our Partners Cooperated in Creation of Employability Access for Students

The name list of organizations and universities bellow have signed on MoU with AIB to mutually cooperate in providing name list of students who have successfully completed skills development course from AIB to those organizations for their staff recruitment purpose.


  1. ACTIVE PEOPLE's Microfinance Institution Plc
  2. AMK Microfinance Institution Plc.
  7. BORRIBO Microfinance Institution Plc.
  8. Cambodia Coordinating Career
  9. Cambodia Post Bank Plc. (CP Bank)
  10. Cambodian Economic Network (CEN)
  11. Cambodian Family Economic Organization (CFEO)
  12. Cambodian Volunteers for Community Development
  13. Capital Rong Roeung Plc.
  14. Career Development of Family (CDF)
  15. Cathay United Bank (Cambodia) Corporation Limited.
  16. Chamroeun Microfinance Limited
  18. Community Capital Development Agency Organization
  19. CRED Institution
  20. Credit Mutuel Kampuchea (CMK)
  21. DHL Cambodia
  22. First Finance Plc.
  23. Hattha Kaksekar Limited
  24. Human resource Active Financial Organization
  25. Intean Poalroath Rongroeurng Ltd
  26. Kasekor Mean Mean Plc.
  27. Key Micro Finance Institution Plc.
  28. KIM SAN Supported Farmer Living Rural Credit Operator
  29. KK Fund Leasing Plc.
  30. KREDIT Microfinance Institution Plc.
  31. Labors and Family Economic Development
  32. Ly Hour Microfinance Institution
  33. Ly Hour Pay Pro PLC
  34. Maxima Mikroheranhvatho Plc.
  35. Mega Leasing Plc.
  36. Microfinance Institution "Amret"
  37. Mohanokor Organization
  38. Organization for Labors & Economic Development Agency (LEDA)
  39. ORO Financecorp Plc.
  40. Philllip Bank
  41. Pracheacheat Finance
  42. PRIME MF Microfinance Institution Ltd
  44. Prudential (Cambodia)
  45. Rattanac Economic Development Association (REDA)
  46. Rights Smart Finance
  47. Rith Sokha Organization
  48. SAHAKA Microfinance Institution Plc
  49. SAHAKRINPHEAP ST Microfinance PLC
  50. Samic Plc
  51. Samrithisak Microfinance Limited
  53. Smile Finance Plc.
  54. Sovann Phoum Organization
  55. TOYOTA (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.
  58. Vision Fund Cambodia
  59. Y.C.P Micro Finance


  1. Asia Euro University
  2. National University of Management (NUM)
  3. Panha Chiet University
  4. Western University

Private Schools

  1. Cambodia Association of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  2. Central Park School of Cambodia
  3. Modern International School
  4. NTC group
  5. Singapore International School (SIS)
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