AYA Bank

AYA Bank
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AYA Bank was licensed by the Central Bank of Myanmar on 2 July 2010 and relicensed under the Financial Institutions Law 2016. The bank has grown rapidly within seven years to become the second largest in the country, with [234] branches, [1.4m customer], Kyat [4.7] trillion customer deposits and [150 billion] Shareholders Equity as at the end of September 2017. Top 100 depositors represent about 6% of total deposits, underlining the general public’s confidence in the bank.

As a member of the UN Global Compact, AYA Bank is committed to implement global standards in its Corporate Governance and compliance best practices. AYA Bank is also the only bank IFRS compliant and the only one audited by a big-four international firm. The bank has retained talented staffs and has invested in Learning & Development to ensure long-term sustainable growth for the communities.

For the years ahead, the bank will continue to extend its branch network while concurrently investing in outstanding Core Banking, Digital Banking and Fintech platforms. AYA Bank aims to provide uniform Omni-channel interface offering innovative products and services for all customers. The AYA bank also aims to strengthen its governance, risk and compliance structure as a measure to ensure sustain growth.

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