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Banks cut deposit rates thanks to good liquidity

Many banks have recently reduced deposit interest rates by 0.2-0.4 percentage points against earlier this year due to good capital mobilisation amidst the credit slowdown.

 

Reference exchange rate down at start of week

State Bank of Vietnam set the daily reference exchange rate at VNĐ22,487 per US dollar on the first day of the week on April 16.

   

Real estate loans remain high in some banks

Real estate lending continued to remain high at more than 10 per cent of the total outstanding loans in several banks.

   

Banks hit 25-30% of profit goal

Many banks were estimated to meet 25-30 per cent of their annual profit targets by the end of March, although the first quarter is usually the most sluggish for banks.

   

Local gold prices keep up with global rise

Domestic gold prices have seen a steady increase since the beginning of this week.

   

Banks seek foreign capital, but not foreign strategic shareholders

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Some Vietnamese banks have revealed they are negotiating with foreign partners on capital contributions.  

   

Gov’t to inspect SBV restructuring efforts

The Government Inspectorate (GI) will conduct 25 crucial inspections this year, including scrutiny of the central bank’s implementation of a restructuring project in the past five years.

   

Moody’s gives positive ratings to four commercial banks

Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded the long-term local-currency bank deposit ratings and local- and foreign-currency issuer ratings of three banks in Việt Nam from B2 to B1.

   

Excess loans to be permitted beginning May 1

Credit institutions and foreign banks will be allowed to grant loans to some prioritised borrowers in excess of lending limits regulated by law beginning next month.

   

Moody’s upgrades VPBank’s credit rating for second year

Global credit rating firm Moody’s Investors Services has upgraded Vietnam Prosperity Bank (VPBank)’s baseline credit assessment from B3 to B2, and its counterparty risk assessment from B2 to [ … ]

   

Banks buying back bad debts from VAMC

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Treading in Vietcombank’s footsteps, banks are stepping up efforts to buy back bad debts from state-owned Vietnam Asset Management Company to cushion the bad debt threat.

   

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