ScoutAsia and FiinGroup are pleased to co-organize a Webinar, namely “Vietnam's Foreign Investment Outlook in 2023: Navigating headwinds ahead”.
June 8 2022 15:30Zoom Webinar
Vietnamese banking sector is the backbone of the economy and has successfully navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic. Two years of slowing economic growth have weakened the asset quality at commercial banks. However, their fundamental strengths and sector growth potentials remained intact. Stepping into 2022, the sector is emerging stronger thanks to a robust rebound in trade flows, manufacturing, and domestic consumption.
Jan 20 2022 10:37Zoom Webinar
Vietnam economy has been showing its resilience during the pandemic thanks to its political stability, strong macroeconomic fundamentals, compelling domestic demands as well as its committed global integration.
Oct 19 2017 08:00Hilton Hanoi Opera, 1 Le Thanh Tong St, Hoan Kiem Dist, Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam’s Consumer Finance is one of the fastest growth markets in Vietnam in recent years. Total country’s loan book recorded at 605 trillion VND for both banks and non-banks as at 31 December 2016. Included in that, total loan book by pure consumer finance players amounting to 56.3 trillion VND and with annual growth rate of 48% over the last three years 2014-2016 and expected to increase sharply in 2017 and years to come.
Oct 19 2017 08:00Diamond A, Sofitel Saigon Plaza, 17 Le Duan Boulevard, District 1, HCMC, Vietnam
In September 2017, the MoIT issued Circular No. 16/2017/TT-BCT on the detailed mechanism for encouraging the development of solar power projects in Vietnam, which includes a final template Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA”) and the FiT rate of USD9.35 cents per kWh. In the meanwhile, the Vietnamese government is currently reviewing the FiT rate of USD7.8 cents per kWh in order to further incentivize the development of wind power projects and push forward the country’s 800 MW wind energy target by 2020. It is safe to say that among all the Asian countries, Vietnam now receives the most attention in the field of renewable energy.
Jul 08 2016 04:00StoxPlus – Ho Chi Minh Branch’s Office 2nd Floor, May Plaza, 63D Vo Van Tan, Ward 6, District 3, HCMC
There have been various market calls from local and foreign sell-side and buy-side investors into Vietnam Stock Market. The calls were based on different investment rationales but it is mainly based on the prospect of corporate earnings growth and thus it implies an upside valuation.
Aug 19 2016 01:30Hoa Binh hotel – 27 Ly Thuong Kiet – Hoan Kiem - Hanoi Language: Vietnamese
The State Bank of Vietnam introduced the roadmap of restructuring banking system in Vietnam in 2011. After 5 years, some banks had to merge into others, bearing a negative charter capital or a huge loss. The real situation leads to an urging need of risk management, especially market risk at banks in particular and financial institutions with investments in general. Market risk management has not been fully aware of or a priority at banks, securities companies, fund management companies or investment companies in Vietnam.
Dec 16 2020 04:00Saigon Hotel 41-47 Dong Du, District 1, HCMC
Vietnam’s real estate market has seen a strong recovery since 2011 thanks to a soaring credit growth and low interest rates. While there is a clear divergence among real estate stocks, especially in light of the general market and their 2016 earnings forecast, one could not help questioning how bullish will the real estate market and real estate stock will be in the next few months? FiinPro Talk#3 is designed and organized by StoxPlus to come up with answers for the above hot question.
Apr 19 2018 03:00Grand Ballroom – Level 2, Saigon Prince Hotel 63 Nguyen Hue, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
After going through the difficult period of 2008-2012, the Vietnamese banking system has come back strong since 2013, supported by a gradually improving economic environment and the recovery of the real estate market especially. Over the last 4 years from 2013 – 2017, credit outstanding balance has been increasing at the CAGR of 17.2%, of which personal loans grew by 40.8% annually as calculated by StoxPlus. Consumer finance companies also experienced a strong growth of loan book at an annual average of 66.5% over the same period and are now considered as "counterweights" to the traditional banking model.
Sep 27 2018 02:006th Floor, Lotte Centre Hanoi, 54 Lieu Giai, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Banking and Real Estate Stocks have been undoubtedly driving the market given its 40% contribution to the total market cap. These two groups also attracted a large portion of daily trading value which is 47% YTD and 88% of net foreign trading value into Vietnamese stock market are poured into banking and real estates.