Cb Bank Branches


Throughout the years, CB Bank has expanded its banking services and branch network throughout the country. Locate a bank near you. Find the Citizens Business Bank ATMs below.

Mandalay CB Bench

No. (Za/5/25), (62) Road, Myothit (4) Station, Mandalay, Myanmar. No. (146), corner (81)Street and (19)Street, Maygagiyi Township, Aung Myay Tharzan Township, Mandalay, Myanmar. No. (228), (26)Street, Between (91x92) Road, Thirihaymar Western Station, Chanayetharzan, Mandalay, Myanmar. No. E-1.2.378th Street, between (27.28) St, Haymar Zala Township, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay, Myanmar. No. 26/B, between (84-85) Road, near Myodawkhanma (2) Clock Tower, Township Aungmyetharzan, Mandalay, Myanmar.

No. (107), 84 St., Between 27x28 St., Mandalay, Myanmar. No. (275), 33 St., Between 84 x 85 St., Chan Aye Thar Zan, Mandalay, Myanmar. No-(Ga/9), Yangon-Mandalay Road, Chanmya Tharyar Ward, Pyigyitagon, Mandalay, Myanmar. No-(Ga/9), Yangon-Mandalay Road, Chanmya Tharyar Ward, Pyigyitagon, Mandalay, Myanmar. 83 Mandalay-Mogok Main Road, Yone Pin Kone Ward, Latt Pan Hla Village, Sintku Township, Pyin Oo Lwin District, Mandalay Division, Myanmar.

Bogyoke Road, Myoma Block, Mogoke, Myanmar. No.(80), Lanmadaw Street, Sonekone Ward, Nyaung-U, Mandalay. Number ((194), Minyekyawswar Street, Myinbat Ward, Pyawbwe, Myanmar. No. (135), Mandalay - Lashio Road, (3)Block, Pyin Oo Lwin, Mayanmar. No.(69), Ayeyar Aung Myay Street, (1) Ward, Singu, Pyin Oo Lwin, Mandalay, Myanmar. No 89 Bo Tayza Street, Myoma (7)ward, Sintkaing Municipality, Kyaukse District, Mandalay, Myanmar.

No. (75), Mandalay Myothar St, (2) Ward, Tada-U, Mandalay, Myanmar. No. (60), Meikhtila-Myinchan St., (3)Ward, Taung Thar, Myanmar. Lanmadaw St, Aung Mingalar Ward, Ya Mae Thin, Myanmar. No. (2069/B), Yanpyayman St, Sanpya Ward, Kyaukpadaung. No. (9), Yangon-Mandalay Motorway, Kyaukse, Pyaylonenaing Ward, Myanmar. No. (5/412), corner of Bogyoke and ((6th) Streets, (5)Ward, Myingyan, Mandalay, Myanmar.

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It enables banking clients to use their portable device to create a unique personal identification number to enable ATM withdrawals either for themselves or for a third person without the need for a debit card. There is a great need for currency in Myanmar. In Southeast Asia, with more than 53 million inhabitants, currency is the most important means of payments.

There is also stiff competitive pressure for the provision of monetary value. The CB Bank already runs one of the biggest ATM grids in the state and wants to further extend its current status by double the number of ATM machines in the self-service area. The CB Bank is benefiting from the rich grassroots expertise of its IT partners in Myanmar.

Co-Operative Bank Limited Founded in 1992, CB Bank is one of the first and biggest privately owned bank in Myanmar and employs approximately 7,000 people. The CB Bank has divisions in the areas of retailing, corporates and SME bank. The CB Bank provides a range of customer funding, card & dealer service, as well as a range of products and solutions in the areas of institutional and institutional lending, as well as institutional and institutional lending, as well as financial institutions.

The CBank has 180 branch offices, 350 traveling brokers and more than 500 cash dispensers across the state. On 1 November 2011, CB Banka opened the first ATM in Myanmar and since then has expanded its ATM system to over 500. It was the first to introduce Self Service Cash Deposit and Cash Recycling Services in the state.

In Myanmar, CB also has the leading role in the acquisitions of retail banks and POS merchants. For more information, the Bank's self-service bank products and advisory functions are referred to as EASI Banking. Our software-defined solution bridges the bridging of the physically and digitally world of payment and customer transaction comfortably, safely and effectively.

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