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Credit Bureau Asia shares rise after launch of Myanmar's first credit bureau

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan12/31/2020 09:52 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Credit Bureau Asia shares rise after launch of Myanmar's first credit bureau
As at 9.47am, shares in Credit Bureau Asia were trading 5 cents higher or 4.3% up at $1.22.
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As at 9.47am, shares in Credit Bureau Asia were trading 5 cents higher or 4.3% up at $1.22 from its last close price of $1.17 following the launch of its credit bureau in Myanmar.

On Dec 30, the Mainboard-listed company announced that it has launched Myanmar Credit Bureau Limited (MMCB) – the first and only credit bureau in the country.

The Myanmar Credit Bureau operates under a license issued by the Central Bank of Myanmar and is a 60:40 joint venture between MB Investment Limited and NSP Asia Investment Holding Private Limited.


SEE: Credit Bureau Asia opens on SGX Mainboard at $1.15

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