KBZ BANK AND YOMA BANK TAKE A LEAP FORWARD WITH THE FIRST HISTORIC REPURCHASE AGREEMENT (REPO) IN MYANMAR
Yangon, Myanmar – July 25 2017 – KBZ Bank and Yoma Bank have entered into the first repo transaction in Myanmar.
A repurchase agreement (repo) is a form of short-term borrowing for a dealer in government securities. The dealer sells the government securities to a counter-party, usually for a short term and buys it back on an agreed date. For the party selling the security, and agreeing to repurchase it in the future, it is a repo; for the party on the other end of the transaction, buying the security and agreeing to sell in the future, it is a reverse repurchase agreement.
YOMA BANK Announced a Partnership with RABOBANK to Provide Financial Solutions to Myanmar’s Agriculture Sector
Yangon, Myanmar – June 7, 2017 – Yoma Bank announced a two-year partnership with Rabobank with the support of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs as represented by the Dutch Embassy. The envisaged outcomes of the partnership are to improve financial inclusion particularly in rural Myanmar, and to provide financial solutions to key stakeholders in the agriculture sector.
Banking in Myanmar in the palm of your hand - Business Review Asia January 2017
Yangon, Myanmar, January 2017 – As emerging markets go, Myanmar is in a unique position. Just five years ago, a civilian government came to power, with the shift swiftly opening the country up to global markets and trade. This in turn presented a series of diverse challenges for the financial sector – the most pressing of which is to rapidly modernise in order to meet the needs of Myanmar’s people.
Launch of Yoma Bank’s Agribusiness Finance Program (AFP) supported by LIFT
Yangon, Myanmar, December 2016 – Yoma Bank’s Agribusiness Finance Program (AFP) was officially launched in Yangon on December 15. AFP has been established to improve access to finance in Myanmar's agricultural sector. The Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT) has contributed USD 11 million to the financing structure for the AFP program operated by Yoma Bank.
Yoma Bank Drives “One Bank” Agenda Using Workplace by Facebook
Yangon, Myanmar, October 17 2016 – Myanmar’s banking sector has been characterized by limited of technology and communications infrastructure. Even today, many bank’s branches operate independently with limited connectivity to other branches that may be only a few blocks away.
Wave Money Receives the First Mobile Financial Services Regulation Registration Certificate in Myanmar
Yangon, October 3rd-Wave Money, a joint venture mobile money-transfer service of First Myanmar Investment (FMI), Yoma Bank, and Telenor Group, receives the first Mobile Financial Services Regulation registration certificate in Myanmar on October 3rd.
Yoma Bank Announces Chief Financial Officer
Yoma Bank today announced Vijay Maheshwari is joining Yoma Bank as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective September 1st, 2016. Prior to joining Yoma bank, Vijay has held various positions of in the Standard Chartered Bank and its publicly listed associate companies, of which the last 10 years as CFO, across India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and London.
Myanmar’s Yoma Bank selects Misys for complete banking transformation
Misys Asia Market Forum, Hong Kong, 17 March 2015 - Yoma Bank of Myanmar has selected Misys FusionBanking Essence for a complete front-to-back transformation of its core banking system. Misys, the leading financial software company is helping the bank expand its current services to launch mobile and online banking and venture into the lucrative trade finance business.
'Stay tuned' for mobile banking services from Yoma and Telenor, say CEOs
Telenor and Yoma Bank are teaming up in mobile banking, aiming to provide basic financial services for millions of unbanked people in the country.
The two prominent firms have already started working together in some areas like hiring skilled workers and selecting an IT infrastructure, though they are now waiting for clarity on the regulatory regime that will govern the service.
IFC and Yoma Bank Signing Ceremony, 16th September 2014 at MICC 2, Nay Pyi Taw
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has agreed to provide Yoma Bank Ltd. with a $5 million convertible loan and help the lender improve its risk management and corporate governance in support of the bank's growth strategy. The package is expected to help Yoma Bank expand lending to small and medium enterprises, a sector of Myanmar's economy in desperate need of financing to grow and create more jobs. The loan is the first step in IFC’s financial support for the bank, which may be further increased to up to $30 million in coming years.
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