(VOV) -Banks have to speed up the application of modern technology to improve services, or they will lose out to rivals on home turf.
(VOV) - The 2012 ASEAN Banker Forum began in HCM City on December 4, organised around the theme “Retail banking: building competitive advantages that engage and retain customers”.
Immediate and long-term strategies on building sustainable financial structures were examined at a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City by the Investment Bridge Magazine.
State Bank of Vietnam Governor Nguyen Van Binh has asked commercial banks to refinance outstanding loans at lower interest rates in a bid to help businesses in difficult circumstances.
Online football betting has recently exploded with the participation of millions of gamblers, which has led to billions of US dollars being transferred from Vietnam abroad, according to the Ministry of Public Security.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) early last week cut the ceiling deposit rate for the fourth time in four months as the over regulated market start to mellow.
More than 200 domestic and foreign bankers, creditors and property developers from 16 countries around the world gathered at a banking and investment conference in Danang on June 7-8.
Vietnamese and foreign bankers are gathering in Hanoi on May 23-24 to discuss technology transformation towards effective banking governance and high quality services for the banking sector.
Large numbers of businesses have filed for bankruptcy or had to suspend production due to numerous difficulties they face, especially in accessing bank loans. It seems the situation will be getting worse unless State management agencies take action.
While Vietnam’s exports to key markets, such as the US, EU and Japan show signs of declining there is a growing demand for Vietnamese products in Africa, West Asia and Latin America.
Following are ten major world events selected by Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) as the most influential ones in 2011.
The ASEAN Bankers Forum 2011 will be held in Ho Chi Minh City on December 7-8 themed “Retail banking: Identifying key successful factors and the role of technology in building banks’ competitive edge.”
Regulators and experts from Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines met at a seminar in Hanoi on November 18 to examine monetary policy coordination with other macroeconomic policies in a challenging global economic environment.
The 3rd Annual Real Estate Seminar will be held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 23 under the theme “Credit Crunch: Where does the Vietnam Real Estate Market go from here?”
The development of the rural economy is still far from matching its potential. To stimulate its growth, Vietnam needs new practical solutions.