May 11 2018

FiinResearch

Vietnam Consumer Finance Market 2018 Report


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What’s new in this issue? Consumer Finance is growing in Vietnam but is still small compared to other regional markets and growth opportunity is still here. In the year 2017, Vietnam’s Consumer Finance for 17% of the National Loan Book, driven by strong demand increases in housing and home improvement loans, as well as secured and unsecured cash loans.

Usually, banks focus on serving the middle income segments and above, leaving behind 48% of the population who are unbanked, low-income and have the potential to be CF customers. However, since banks are the traditional go-to source for financing, in 2017 finance companies only accounted for approximately 8.4% of the total outstanding consumer loans, as opposed to 91.6% of commercial banks. Nevertheless the market is becoming more competitive and new entrants are still incoming.

Consumer finance market has experienced changes in portfolio in 2017

  • Housing loans increased in tandem with the overall growth thanks to the warm real estate market
  • Home appliances loans and Vehicle loans had negative growth as the market becomes more saturated
  • Meanwhile, finance companies are focusing on developing the market for credit card and cash loans
  • For the foreseeable future, POS remains a key entry product, while Finance Companies are now eyeing the mobile and digital channels such as IPS and P2P for the next move

The rush for market share has now been replaced by the focus on the efficiency of business model and better risk management

  • Leading Finance companies are now past the market share grabbing phase and entering a “professionalization” phase, with different sales model and risk models applied
  • In this new phase, the digitization as well as the rise of Fintech and mobile payment would shape the Consumer Finance market

Multiple M&As have happened in 2017 as foreign investors are interested in acquiring CF licenses, indicating stronger competition in coming years

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  Executive Summary

4

1

Vietnam Consumer Finance Market

6

1.1

Sector structure

6

1.2

Market size and growth

8

1.3

Market Segmentation

13

2

Competition Dynamics

16

2.1

Market share of CF companies

16

2.2

Key Product Trends

28

2.3

Financial performance of CF companies

31

2.4

Sales Channel

37

2.5

Marketing Campaigns

41

3

Key Trends of Vietnam CF Market

49

3.1

CF Companies: On the Road to Professionalization

49

3.2

The Rise of Fintech and Mobile Payment

52

3.3

Active Foreign Investment Inflows

61

4

Key Challenges of Vietnam CF Market

63

4.1

Understanding Customer

63

4.2

Risk Management

65

5

Regulatory Framework Updates

67

 

Appendices

70

A1

Company Profiles

70

A2

Product Details

78

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Tags: Consumer finance, Personal overdraft, Consumer durables, Home appliances, ICT, Cash loans, auto loans, Housing loans, POS (Point Of Sales), Mortgage loan, unsecured loan, Intermediary payment service, P2P lending, NPL (Non-performing loan), Fintech, inst

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