October 31 2011

FiinResearch

How do we restructure and recapitalise the Vietnamese banks?


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Vietnamese commercial banks have been facing serious problems due to soaring level of non- performing loans, liquidity shortage, low profitability, and poor corporate governance and risk management practices. It is therefore imperative for the Government of Vietnam to instigate an effective banking sector restructuring program to prevent banks from insolvency and restore the health of the banking system in order to boost economic recovery.

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1. Current Situation

2. Why is it imperative to restructure and capitalise bank

3. An effective banking sector restructuring strategy is not only limited to merging small banks

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