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Bad debts on the rise in first half of 2019

Bad debts on the rise in first half of 2019

Though many banks have posted positive profits in the first half of 2019, their bad debts have continually increased in the wake of high credit growth in risky business segments.

VAMC builds strategy for debt trading

VAMC builds strategy for debt trading

The Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) is planning to develop a new strategy for buying and selling bad debts in Vietnam this year, in which it will play a central role to promote the development of the debt trading market.

Payment means up 5 per cent in six-month period

Payment means up 5 per cent in six-month period

VOV.VN - The total means of payment rose by 5.17 per cent during the first half of 2019 compared with the end of 2018 whilst the liquidity of the credit institution system remained secure.

HCM City shames customs tax evaders

HCM City shames customs tax evaders

As of May 15, the total tax debt at the HCM City Customs Department reached VND2.4trn (USD102.2m), of which over VND1.4trn were bad debts.

VAMC aims to resolve 50 trillion VND of bad debts this year

VAMC aims to resolve 50 trillion VND of bad debts this year

The Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) plans to handle some 50 trillion VND (2.14 billion USD) worth of bad debts in 2019, and issue special bonds to purchase 20 trillion VND (856 million USD) of non-performing loans.

Banks speed clearance of bad debts at VAMC

Banks speed clearance of bad debts at VAMC

Many banks had to sell a large amount of NPLs to the Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) in the past few years to meet the central bank’s requirement of keeping their NPL ratio below 3 per cent of all outstanding loans.

Experts worry consumer credit risks

Experts worry consumer credit risks

VOV.VN - They have raised their disquiet about the big risks of consumer lending emerging from high interest rates and bad debts.

US$8.8 billion of bad debts settled

US$8.8 billion of bad debts settled

VOV.VN - The entire system of credit institutions handled VND204.4 trillion of bad debts (US$8.8 billion) by January 31, equivalent to 40.1 per cent of the total bad debts as defined in the National Assembly’s Resolution No. 42/2017/QH.

SBV Governor vows to speed up settlement of weak banks, bad debts

SBV Governor vows to speed up settlement of weak banks, bad debts

Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Le Minh Hung was questioned on the pace of handling bad debt and banks with bad performances during the question-and-answer session on November 1 at the 14th National Assembly’s ongoing sixth session.

Sacombank vows to finish settling bad debts in five years

Sacombank vows to finish settling bad debts in five years

The Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Sacombank) has pledged to finish settling all of the VND100 trillion (US$4.38 billion) of its bad debts in five years, instead of 10 years as stated in the restructuring plan approved by the State Bank of Vietnam.

Central bank urges property lending caution

Central bank urges property lending caution

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has asked credit institutions to limit their lending to the real estate and construction sectors to better control bad debts.

SBV urges resolution to bad loans

SBV urges resolution to bad loans

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has issued a document asking credit institutions and branches of foreign banks to push the resolving of non-performing loans in 2018.

Sacombank prioritises restructuring, bad debt handling

Sacombank prioritises restructuring, bad debt handling

Speeding up restructuring and settling bad debts to improve the bank’s health are two major goals of Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Sacombank) in 2018, said Chairman Duong Cong Minh.

Banks woo with fresh confidence

Banks woo with fresh confidence

Foreign funds are making their way back to Vietnamese banks, as the sector cleans up bad debts and improves corporate governance.

Vietnam’s macro-economy stable in 2017

Vietnam’s macro-economy stable in 2017

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s economy is expected to grow 6.7% in 2017, according to a new report by the World Bank. That far exceeds the projection of 6.3% the WB made in July. The achievements of 2017 could drive Vietnam to grow sustainably next year.