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Banks’ M&A plans make little progress

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Experts earlier this year all predicted that there would be a high number of M&A deals in the banking sector this year. However, this has not occurred.

 

Central bank to tighten lending regulations

The maximum ratio of short-term funds used for medium- and long-term loans will be reduced from the current 45 per cent to 40 per cent from January 1 next year, according to a new State Bank [ … ]

   

Bad debt ratio drops to 2.18% in five years

The non-performing loan (NPL) ratio at Việt Nam’s credit institutions has dropped from 3.61 per cent in 2013 to 2.18 per cent currently, according to the Việt Nam Asset Management Company (V [ … ]

   

Reference exchange rate continues to rise

The daily reference exchange rate was adjusted up again Tuesday morning, rising VNĐ10 from the previous day to VNĐ22,669 per US dollar.

   

CIC accrues credit information on 36.8 million borrowers

Việt Nam’s National Credit Information Centre (CIC) had compiled credit information on more than 36.8 million borrowers by the end of June, rising nearly two million against the en [ … ]

   

Moody’s: Vietnam’s state-owned and private-sector banks show diverging capital profiles

The profitability of Vietnamese banks is strengthening as robust economic growth fuels credit demand and supports an improvement in asset quality, but challenges are also apparent, Mood [ … ]

   

Foreign banks gear up to expand networks in Vietnam

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In the last two years, Vietnam saw many foreign finance institutions leaving Vietnam or scaling down their investment.

   

Vietnam begins to tighten monetary policy

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In the context of pressure on inflation and exchange rate, macroeconomic stabilization must be the top priority, experts say.

   

More than $193 million raised from G-bonds

The Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX) raised VNĐ4.5 trillion (US$193.5 million) at the latest auction of Government bonds (G-bonds) issued by the State Treasury on Wednesday.

   

Dollar/đồng exchange rate cools down

After strengthening the US dollar against the đồng over the past few days, commercial banks on Thursday weakened the value of the greenback.

   

Vietnam's bond market posts highest growth in emerging East Asia: ADB

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Vietnam`s local currency (LCY) bond market reached a size of US$51 billion at the end of March while remaining the smallest market in the region, stated ADB.


   

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