Executive Committee

Mr. Yannick Nicolas MILEV, Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Yannick is the CEO of Chamroeun Microfinance Plc Since 2017. He previously held the Chairperson position from 2014 onwards. He was Cambodia, India and Myanmar Country Coordinator for Entrepreneurs du Monde from 2011, with a previous posting in Manila, Philippines. Before that, he worked for various development funds and NGOs, including working for over six years in West Africa. Yannick has a Masters Degree in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, UK, and a Maitrise in Sociology from the University of Paris V René Descartes, in Paris, France.


Mr. LY Bunrith, Chief Operating Officer, Member

"Mr. Bunrith has been working as a specialist trainer, training and development manager, credit and recovery manager, and operation manager for more than 17 years for a large licensed microfinance institution and leasing company. Bunrith manages operations and staff management derived from his solid foundation in his past work experience as field staff, and microfinance theories to complement the training, operating, and managing decisions required to produce satisfactory outputs. He holds a Masters Degree majoring in Management, and also holds a Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management attending the Boulder Microfinance training Institute in Turin, Italy in 2018."


Mrs. ATH Phearun, Chief Financial Officer, Member

"Mrs. Phearun started her career with Chamroeun as head of finance in late 2013 and was promoted to chief financial officer in February 2015. She previously had four years’ experience with the international accounting and auditing firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers (Cambodia). Currently, Phearun is pursuing an ACCA at CamEd Business School. She holds two Bachelors Degrees specialising in Eco-Business from the National University of Management and Finance and Banking at the University of Cambodia. She has also attended several training courses, seminars, and workshops (both internal and external) related to her roles and responsibilities."