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Narita Hang Chuon Hinrich Scholar RMIT MGT Class Of 2022

Narita Hang Chuon




RMIT University
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Master of Global Trade, Class of 2022
Co-sponsor: J Trust Royal


Head of Corporate Banking
J Trust Royal Bank, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

“The Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship will introduce me to global trade practitioners and a wider network of global trade gurus.”

Scholar background

Narita is Head of Corporate Banking at J Trust Royal Bank, Cambodia, which is a joint venture between J Trust, a Japanese diversified financial holding company, and The Royal Group, one of Cambodia’s largest conglomerates. She is responsible for growth and profitability, as well as the good credit quality of the Corporate Banking Segment, which combines of the Small and Medium Enterprise, Local Corporate, and Multinational Companies Portfolios. Narita joined the bank in 2005, throughout more than 17 years of services, she has well rounded experience including Operations, Middle Office and Frontline Department.

Prior that, Narita worked with World Vision International Organization, Credit Agricole Indosuez
Bank and Nestle Dairy Cambodia.

Narita has a bachelor’s degree, Major in Finance & Banking from the National Institute of Management and holds a Master of Business Administration, major in Finance from Charles Sturt University. She also earned a Master of Global Trade at RMIT University through the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship in 2022.

On top of her role with J Trust Royal Bank, Narita is actively involved in business and charitable associations with emphasis on women development and inclusion.

Personal statement

Being a Cambodian citizen, I would like to participate in the journey of my country’s development and sustainable growth.

With this aspiration, I chose to work with the banking sector to have opportunities to deal directly with business clients. I’m able to support their business and supply chains, and offer innovative, efficient solutions that add value to their businesses.

If local companies are able to grow their businesses, more jobs will be created for people in the country. The government will also generate tax revenue to further develop the country’s infrastructure, as well as invest in human capital development. This is an indirect involvement by which I could support the sustainable economic growth of my country.

Being the business partner of corporate clients, I provide them with value-added services. This requires me to know their business and industry so that I can support them through innovative solutions and useful information in the local and global context. Insights into trade agreements and regulations, and knowledge related to trade and best practices in the market are some of the things I expected to learn from the Master of Global Trade.

I also recognize the benefits of connecting with the extensive network of the Hinrich Foundation. As a part of the Foundation’s community, I would be able to interact with fellow alumni from different institutions and jurisdictions. Aside from learning through the Foundation’s platform, we can share ideas, best practices and successful experiences that may be replicated and applied in other regions.