1st CEO Forum 2021
Theme: Economic Outlook and COVID Recovery of Cambodia and the ASEAN Region
- 15:00 - 15:30
- 15:30 - 15:35
- Welcome Speech
- by Chairman of ABC
- 15:35 - 16:15
- Presentation: Economic Outlook and COVID Recovery of Cambodia and the ASEAN Region
- by Resident Representative for Cambodia of International Monetary Fund (IMF)
- 16:15 - 16:45
- Q & A
- 16:45 - 16:50
- Closing Remark
- by Chairman of ABC
. In ChannyCHAIRMAN OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BANKS IN CAMBODIA (ABC)
Dr. In Channy is the Chairman of The Association of Banks in Cambodia (ABC) and President & Group Managing Director of ACLEDA Bank Plc., a position he has held since it was established as a bank in 2000. He became a member of the Board of Directors of ACLEDA Bank Plc. in August 2014. He was one of the founders of the Association of Cambodian Local Economic Development Agencies (ACLEDA) in January 1993. He is also Chairman of ACLEDA Bank Lao Ltd. and ACLEDA MFI Myanmar Co. Ltd., Shareholder Representative of ACLEDA Bank Lao Ltd., ACLEDA Securities Plc., ACLEDA Institute of Business, ACLEDA MFI Myanmar Co., Ltd. and the Chairman of ACLEDA Financial Trust.
NG KoyGENERAL MANAGER AT THE ASSOCIATION OF BANKS IN CAMBODIA (ABC)
Mr. Heng Koy is currently the General Manager of the Association of Banks in Cambodia (ABC). He graduated a master degree in Development Management and he trained as an Entrepreneur. He has more than 8-year experience in leadership and management roles and he also experience as Government Counterpart/Technical Advisor to Government/Ministries in multiple sectors included banking, health, education/training, social-enterprise business development and vocational/skills development.
suhisa OjimaRESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE FOR CAMBODIA AT INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF)
Yasuhisa Ojima is an IMF resident representative for Cambodia since September 2019, who was an IMF resident representative for Myanmar, a senior economist in the Asia and Pacific Department and a mission chief for Tonga. In the IMF, Mr. Ojima has worked in various countries (including Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal and Tonga) with wide range of operations—an Article IV consultation, an IMF-supported program, post-program monitoring and ex-post assessment. He has also worked on financial stability issues including through participating in Financial Sector Assessment Program and Technical Assistance mission. He has diverse research interests and has published actively in several areas, including inflation dynamics, financial deepening, macro-prudential policy, and monetary policy frameworks. Prior to joining the IMF, he was a Director in the Credit Risk Analysis division at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and a Resident Representative for the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) in Vietnam. He has published several textbooks and articles in the field of international and development economics and taught at Waseda University in Tokyo. Mr. Ojima holds degrees from Yale University and Keio University (both in economics).