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Foreign banks enlarge networks, restructure operations in Vietnam

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 The sale of business divisions can be seen as a move by foreign banks to restructure their operations and focus on core business fields to improve business efficiency. 

 

Lending interest rates on the rise at VN banks

Interest rates for Vietnamese đồng loans have increased in the past two months after holding steady in the first half of the year.

   

SBV adds $1.75 billion to the market in October

The State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) injected more than VNĐ41 trillion (US$1.75 billion) into the monetary market in the first half of October to boost the liquidity of [ … ]

   

Credit growth must be controlled

Authorities need to closely control the rapid increase in Việt Nam’s credit-to-GDP gap so as not to cause high inflation as in the past, experts have warned.

   

Bank system’s credit growth target unlikely to be reached

According to the General Statistics Office, as of September 20 the banking sector’s credit growth was 9.52 per cent, much lower than the 11.02 per cent rate recorded a year earlier.

   

New g-bond futures contract needs trading mechanism

The coming derivative product for government bonds (known as g-bonds) is expected to help financial institutions hedge risks, but experts have raised concerns about the trading mechanism.

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Bankers to divest shares to clear cross-ownership status

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A number of commercial banks are rushing to divest shares to withdraw capital they contributed to other banks many years ago. 

   

Banks take drastic measures to settle bad debts

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The bad debt settlement process took a big leap after the National Assembly issued Resolution 42, giving more power to banks to collect debts, reported Bizlive. 

   

Central bank issues standard set for domestic chip cards

The State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) has recently issued a standard set for domestic chip cards for the first time to enhance safety and service quality of the country’s bank card operations.

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Vietnamese banks rush to seek foreign capital

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 Commercial banks are now borrowing capital from foreign banks and financial institutions when they need more medium- and long-term capital. 

   

Nam Á Bank allowed to open five branches and 30 dealing rooms

The State Bank of Việt Nam gave the nod to Nam Á Bank to open five new braches and 30 dealing rooms.

   

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