Prince Holding Group Amongst Global Corporates Recognised for CSR Excellence at 14th Global CSR & ESG Awards 2022

Prince Holding Group, one of Cambodia’s largest business groups, is pleased to announce that it has secured two awards at the 14th Annual Global CSR & ESG Summit & Awards, winning Best Community Programme Award and Best Country Award for Overall CSR Excellence & ESG Award in Cambodia.

Other fellow awardees across the ASEAN region include Maybank Foundation in Malaysia, Coca-Cola Beverages Vietnam and PT Astra International TBK in Indonesia. 

Organized by Singapore-based Pinnacle Group International, the Global CSR & ESG Awards seek to recognize outstanding CSR and ESG initiatives within the Asia Pacific region. Prince Holding Group was highlighted for its uninterrupted investments into Cambodia’s economy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is our honor to be part of the immense public-private efforts to aid the swift recovery of Cambodia in the past two years as we placed the interests of our employees and consumers as top priorities in overcoming the pandemic,” said Gabriel Tan, Chief Communications Officer at Prince Holding Group. “We worked alongside various stakeholders and will continue to reinvest in educational, healthcare and community causes to contribute to Cambodia’s sustainable development.”

Prince Holding Group’s efforts in driving sustainable development in Cambodia’s real estate, financial services and consumer services sectors, together with the CSR efforts of its philanthropic arm Prince Foundation, have resulted in the Group being recognized for 13 regional and international awards in 2022.

With total assets under management exceeding US$2 billion across various projects in real estate, financial services and consumer services, Prince Holding Group is one of Cambodia’s key business groups. By the end of 2022, Prince Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Group, is set to recruit the second batch of Chen Zhi Scholars as part of a seven-year scholarship programme supporting 400 university students in Cambodia.