Co-operative Bank (CB Bank)



  • Organization TypeInvestment & Finance
  • Staff5001-10,000
  • HeadquartersMyanmar
  • Founded1992
CB Bank is one of the largest leading private banks in Myanmar with the largest banking network with branches, self-service machines and mobile banking agents. CB Bank has been the front runner in the local banking arena for being the early adopter of technology and innovation backed by our extensive knowledge of local markets and technical expertise. To offer the best banking solutions to the customers, CB Bank leverages on the most secure, reliable and state-of-the-art technology while recruiting the best and brightest talents from around the world. Over the years, CB Bank has expanded its banking services and branch networks all over the country. The Bank has grown from a small bank with 33 people in 1992 to a major bank in Myanmar with 8,000 employees. Even before Myanmar emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the region, CB Bank has always been ahead of the curve especially in terms of digital transformation and strategic partnerships. Some of the most notable “first” products CB Bank delivered in Myanmar are -VISA and MASTER card transaction at ATMs  -Centralized Core Banking Systems  -Mobile and internet banking  -Mobile agent banking CB Bank offers a variety of banking services ranging from retail banking, consumer financing, cash management, cards & merchant services, corporate finance & advisory, international trade, treasury and transaction banking. It is also dedicated to providing financial inclusion through its partnership with various local and international organizations. CB Bank has partnered with KFW, JICA and Myanma Insurance to provide customized loans for SMEs in Myanmar. In addition, CB Bank works with Myanmar Post Offices to provide agent banking services to further expand banking networks in Myanmar.

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Company Offices
  • Myanmar (headquarters)
  • Yangon
  • No. (46) , UFC (Union Financial Center - Tower A & B), Corner of MahaBandoola Road & Thein Phyu Road, Botahtaung Township