Why Join Us?

Why Join US?

Sacombank is a leading commercial banks in Vietnam and continuously growing in Cambodia and Laos with more than 15,000 employees and 563 branches in the region.​

The bank first established a presence in Cambodia on 23 June 2009 with the opening of its Phnom Penh branch, became the first Vietnamese bank to open its branch in Cambodia. In pioneering the entry into the Cambodian banking sector, Sacombank made a significant contribution in cross-border trade expansion between Cambodia and Vietnam.

After 2 years of operation, Sacombank (Cambodia) Plc. completed local incorporation on 1 October 2011. After the transformation, the bank continuously reforms its operation, cooperates with international strategic partners, develops new products and services to meet the characteristics of local financial market and become a more competitive banking service provider in the kingdom.

  • English name: Saigon Thuong Tin Bank (Cambodia) Plc.
  • Abbreviated name: Sacombank (Cambodia) Plc.
  • Head office: 60 Preah Norodom Boulevard, Sangkat Chey Chumneas, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
  • Telephone: 023 223 423
  • Fax: 023 223 433
  • E-mail: info@sacombank.com.kh
  • Website: www.sacombank.com.kh
  • Date of establishment: 23 June 2009
  • Chartered capital: USD 38,000,000
  • Number of business locations : 9

Sacombank (Cambodia) Plc. provides a broad range of banking products and services to private individuals, self-employed customers as well as small and medium sized enterprises. These services include:

  • Receipt of demand deposits, term deposits, savings deposits and other types of deposits.
  • Issuance of certificates of deposit, bills of exchange, bills of credit.
  • Grant of credit in the form of:
    – Lending;
    – Discount and rediscount of commercial instruments and other valuable papers;
    – Bank’s guarantee;
    – Other forms of credit granting
  • Opening of payment accounts for customers.
  • Provision of payment facilities.
  • Provision of the following payment services:
    – Rendering domestic payment services, including cheques, payment orders, banker’s check, bank collection, letters of credit, entrusted collection and payment services;
    – International payment services and other payment services.