September 23, 2017

Nang Laung Kham wins Promising Young Banker Award

Daw Nang Lang Kham (2nd from left) is seen after receiving the award.  
Photo: Supplied

Daw Nang Lang Kham, the Deputy Executive Director of KBZ Bank, has been awarded The Asian Banker Promising Young Banker Award, which recognises top bankers in Asia under the age of 40.
The award is given by The Asian Banker every three years,  “Daw Nang Lang Kham was chosen for the Promising Young Banker Award for Myanmar for her excellent achievement in banking and in tackling challenges from 2014 to 2016”, said The Asian Banker, adding that the award is a part of nurturing a culture of excellence among tomorrow’s leaders in the financial services industry.
Eleven young bankers from the Asia Pacific Region and three from the Gulf were also recognised with the award.
The selection for the award is based on a survey and desk research done by The Asian Banker’s research specialists. The identified candidates’ contributions are then subject to further scrutiny through interviews, discussions with third parties, including local banking journalists and analysts who have had contact with the candidates, peers and third-party reviews.
The shortlisted candidates are then submitted to the board of advisors for review following a comparative evaluation done by the research team.
Kanbawza-KBZ Bank headed by Daw Nang Lang Kham won the Myanmar’s top income taxpayer award for fiscal year 2015-2016, retaining its lead in the list of Myanmar’s 1,000 top taxpayers for the fifth consecutive year.
She was also recognised by Forbes Magazine as Asia’s Woman To Watch 2016.
KBZ Bank Ltd conducts its services nationwide with more than 18,000 employees. —Thura Lwin (Eco)


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