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June 03 2022
The Vietnam consumer finance (CF) market was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic fourth wave. FinCos’ NPL ratios soared and their NIM dropped due to slow credit growth in all segments (CDL, 2WLs, cash loans, and credit card) and implementation of interest relief schemes at Circular 01, 03, and 14. FinCos’ efforts in optimizing OPEX were not enough to preserve profitability due to accelerating provisioning and a low-interest environment that hurt NPM, ROAA, and ROAE figures. 2021 also saw significant changes in market share among key players FE Cr
October 25 2021
CF had plummeted to single-digit growth due to the impact of COVID-19. FinCos was hit hard following massive closure of POS. FinCos diversified their product portolio by enhancing CDLs and 2WLs and launch BNPL to reduce reliance on cash loans. Asset quality deteriorated as pandemic hit key customer base of FinCos focused on low-income segments. Thanks to reduced OPEX, FinCos safeguarded their NPM in 1H2021 but are forecasted to record low profit in the next quartners as they ought to implement interest exemption/reduction to support customers a
October 22 2021
FiinResearch’s Vietnam banking report 2021 provides an in-depth analysis on how the banking sector weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, evaluating performance in terms of credit growth, liquidity, asset quality, capital adequacy and earnings at both sector and selected banks level.
June 21 2021
Vietnam plastic packaging market posted strong performance with CAGR 2015-20 of 12.5% to reach approx. US$6.6bn in 2020. The market is dominated by flexible packaging segment (i.e. multi-layered and mono-layered packaging), accounting for 77% of total market size in 2020.
June 21 2021
Vietnam consumer finance plunged to low double-digit growth (10.7% YoY) following a challenging period of turbulent market conditions, rising levels of borrower distress, and tightening regulations on cash loans disbursement under Circular No. 18/2019/TT-NHNN. On the bright side, the pandemic prompted the acceleration of digital transformation of customer journey amongst FinCos.
May 28 2021
Vietnam cement industry expanded by 0.9% in 2020, mainly driven by buoyant clinker and cement export activities while domestic sales recorded deceleration due to negative impact of COVID-19. Given weakened domestic demand & the rise in fuel cost, list cement manufacturers recorded a deteriorated average EBITDA margin from 17.0% in 2019 to only 15.8% in 2020.
October 27 2020
Vietnam consumer finance market experienced a single-digit growth rate (9.2%) YoY in 1H2020. This is attributed to the dual challenge posed by COVID-19 pandemic and tightening regulations on cash loans disbursement prescribed at Circular 18/2019. However, Vietnam consumer finance maintained a contribution of over 20% of the country loan book.
September 04 2020
FiinGroup’s Banking Report 2020 provide an in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on every aspect of the banking sector and individual banks, including credit growth, asset quality, earning quality, liquidity, profitability, operation efficiency, development trends and regulations in response to the pandemic.
June 04 2020
The 2019 has been particularly eventful, with the revival of at least two inactive FinCos to the market (PTFinance, FCCOM), putting pressure on the market shares of the incumbents. Consumer Finance increased its contribution to national loan book to 20.6% in 2019, up from the 19.7% in 2018. Given the current market size, CF penetration in Vietnam is currently considered slow compared to its regional peers, signifying an attractive growth prospect.
March 17 2020
The growth momentum of Vietnam cement industry in 2019 has slowed down significantly for both domestic and export market. Despite the slowdown in sales growth, local cement manufacturers managed to achieve an improvement in profitability with EBITDA margin from 16.3 percent in 2018 to 16.9 percent in 2019 thanks to good cost management & the increase in retail cement price.