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  • Major banks lower deposit rates Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 23:59
    HCMC – A couple of large commercial banks have adjusted down their annual deposit rates after a short time of hiking them, according to An Ninh Thu Do newspaper.
  • SBV under no pressure to boost credit growth Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC - The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has come under no pressure to loosen monetary policy to help the country achieve the economic growth target of 6.7% this year, Dan Tri news website quoted SBV governor Le Minh Hung as saying.
  • Fintech approach essential for banking system development Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HANOI – Commercial banks should cooperate with financial technology (fintech) companies to reach out to new customers rather than considering them rivals, said experts at a conference in Hanoi on November 10.
  • WeChat Pay e-wallet launched in Vietnam Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HANOI – China’s Tenpay Payment Technology on Monday announced its cooperation with the e-wallet service provider VIMO to launch WeChat Pay e-wallet service in Vietnam to make it convenient for Chinese tourists to pay for goods and services here in the country.
  • VAMC settles VND66 trillion of bad debt Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC - Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) has settled bad debt worth VND66 trillion (about US$2.9 billion) since it was founded in 2013, and the progress is getting faster, according to VAMC general director Doan Van Thang.
  • Capital for real estate, BOT projects to fall Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC – The State Bank of Vietnam has demanded increased controls on loans for build-operate-transfer (BOT) road and real estate projects despite their high demand for finances, Le Minh Hung, governor of the State Bank of Vietnam, was quoted by local media as saying.
  • NA: Ailing banks can file for bankruptcy Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HANOI – The National Assembly (NA) has for the first time given banks the green light to file for bankruptcy if they become insolvent, said local media reports.
  • Many banks hike deposit rates Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC – Many commercial banks such as BIDV, VietinBank and Sacombank have recently raised their annual deposit rates by 10 to 50 basis points for many tenors, Dan Tri news website reports.
  • SBV backs Fintech development Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HANOI – The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) will issue pilot regulations on the establishment and development of financial technology (Fintech) enterprises, a senior official said at the launching ceremony of the Fintech Challenge Vietnam (FCV) program on November 28.
  • Loan rates expected to fall after Tet Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC - Large banks have hiked their annual deposit rates over the past two weeks to raise more capital to meet the rising demand for loans in the lead up to the Lunar New Year, or Tet, but post-Tet lending rates are expected to fall, according to Dau tu Chung khoan newspaper.
  • Almost no way to stop foreign currency lending Chủ nhật, Ngày 10-12-2017 00:00
    HCMC – The fact that interest rates for Vietnam dong loans are far higher than those for U.S. dollar loans is one of the key reasons for the State Bank of Vietnam’s (SBV) failure to stop foreign currency lending as planned, Nguoi Lao Dong quoted analysts as saying.
  • Consumer loans on the rise Thứ bảy, Ngày 09-12-2017 23:59
    HCMC – Consumer loans will continue strong growth until early next year, according to a report of the National Financial Supervisory Commission.
  • Vietnam, China boost capital market connection Thứ bảy, Ngày 09-12-2017 23:59
    HCMC – Shenzhen Securities Information Co Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and the HCMC branch of Bank of China signed a cross-border financial service cooperation agreement on December 5 to strengthen capital markets between Vietnam and China.
  • First P2P lending platform launched Thứ bảy, Ngày 09-12-2017 23:59
    HANOI – Vay Muon Joint Stock Company, an arm of NextTech Group, on December 5 launched what is Vietnam’s first peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform for investors.
  • CONSUMER FINANCE BOOST CENTERED ON TECHNOLOGY Thứ sáu, Ngày 08-12-2017 16:52
    Home Credit Vietnam has hardened its resolve in recent years in order to keep pace with the fast-changing need on the financial market. The consumer finance company last week launched a new logo in the Vietnamese market as a crucial part of its transformation. Dmitry Mosolov, CEO of Home Credit Vietnam, gives more details in the following interview.
  • Major banks lower deposit rates Thứ năm, Ngày 07-12-2017 23:24
    HCMC – A couple of large commercial banks have adjusted down their annual deposit rates after a short time of hiking them, according to An Ninh Thu Do newspaper.
  • Vietnam, China boost capital market connection Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 23:51
    HCMC – Shenzhen Securities Information Co Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and the HCMC branch of Bank of China signed a cross-border financial service cooperation agreement on December 5 to strengthen capital markets between Vietnam and China.
  • First P2P lending platform launched Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 23:51
    HANOI – Vay Muon Joint Stock Company, an arm of NextTech Group, on December 5 launched what is Vietnam’s first peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform for investors.
  • Consumer loans on the rise Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 23:48
    HCMC – Consumer loans will continue strong growth until early next year, according to a report of the National Financial Supervisory Commission.
  • FPT University intends to accept bitcoin despite SBV’s ban Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 08:44
    HCMC - FPT University has hinted at a plan to allow students to pay tuition fees by bitcoin although this virtual currency has not been recognized as legal in Vietnam.
  • Deputy PM: Mobile payment in Vietnam seen booming in coming years Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 03:11
    HCMC – Mobile payment will grow popular in Vietnam with the ratio of cash payments to total sales to fall to less than 10% by 2020, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue was quoted by the Government news website as saying.
  • SBV under no pressure to boost credit growth Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 03:11
    HCMC - The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has come under no pressure to loosen monetary policy to help the country achieve the economic growth target of 6.7% this year, Dan Tri news website quoted SBV governor Le Minh Hung as saying.
  • Fintech approach essential for banking system development Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 03:11
    HANOI – Commercial banks should cooperate with financial technology (fintech) companies to reach out to new customers rather than considering them rivals, said experts at a conference in Hanoi on November 10.
  • WeChat Pay e-wallet launched in Vietnam Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 03:11
    HANOI – China’s Tenpay Payment Technology on Monday announced its cooperation with the e-wallet service provider VIMO to launch WeChat Pay e-wallet service in Vietnam to make it convenient for Chinese tourists to pay for goods and services here in the country.
  • VAMC settles VND66 trillion of bad debt Thứ tư, Ngày 06-12-2017 03:11
    HCMC - Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) has settled bad debt worth VND66 trillion (about US$2.9 billion) since it was founded in 2013, and the progress is getting faster, according to VAMC general director Doan Van Thang.

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