Cambodia: Naming convention of legal forms for enterprises
Specific words that must be placed in the front, at the end or below the name of the enterprise
Specific words that must be placed in the front, end or below the name of the enterprise
Guidance from the Ministry of Commerce establishes specific language that must be used to identify the legal form of an enterprise.
Pursuant to this guidance, there are specific words that must be placed in the front, at the end or below the name of the enterprise. Private limited companies and public limited companies can use the words “Holding” or “Group” next to their name with certain conditions.
Read an August 2021 report [PDF 150 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Cambodia
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