ABA Bank today officially launched online account opening web service, which allows new customers to apply for any ABA Bank account remotely. While applying online, user can select the type of account that suits their daily banking needs or saving purposes. Currently, ABA’s web service offers savings, current or term deposit accounts. The facility is part of the Bank’s digital strategy to offer modern financial services along with the changing clients’ behavior affected by global trends.
With the online account opening service, user can explore ABA account’s benefits and advantages, choose the one that suits their financial needs and apply for it instantly from anywhere and at any time. The service is available in both Khmer and English languages and has the user-friendly interface.
“We have observed that the Internet usage is growing rapidly in Cambodia. Younger generations are now engaged with technologies and Internet, which have moderately changed their buying behaviors. Our solution in offering online account opening is a natural fit for these potential prospects,” Mr. Mey Polin, Chief Business Development Officer of ABA Bank said commenting on the new service. “At ABA, we put focus on customer’s convenience; therefore, we introduce this solution, so our new customers can apply for any of our accounts from anywhere. It will save much time when they visit ABA branch to activate the account,” he added.
To open account with ABA, customers need to visit join.ababank.com website using their laptop, tablet or smartphone, select the account and complete the application form. After submitting the application, customer will receive the reference number on their email address. The reference number will be used during customer’s visit to ABA branch to activate the account. During the visit, customer can also deposit cash to their newly created account and apply for additional products or services of the Bank.
Since 2011, ABA Bank has been praised for its technologically advanced financial solutions by numerous regional and international financial publications, such as The Banker, Euromoney, Global Finance, and Asian Banking and Finance.