The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Vietnam Office and the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) signed a record of discussions for the “project of promoting gender responsive financial inclusion through the Vietnam Women’s Union” in Hanoi on November 28.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has predicted that the financial services sector in ASEAN will outpace that of more mature markets, according to the ASEAN Post.
How to ensure financial sustainability and long-term financial services for the poor at the same time remains a headache for both policy makers and financial service suppliers.
Nearly 700 staff and agents of Manulife Vietnam, part of leading international financial services group Manulife Financial Corporation, have joined the 2017 Terry Fox Run, raising nearly VND200 million ($9,000) for cancer research and treatment.
VOV.VN - A business conference on new opportunities in trade with the EU for Vietnamese local companies, organized in Hanoi this week and funded by the EU, discussed the major challenges of provisions of the agreement.
The Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) has agreed to provide a number of financial services for corporate customers operating in Vietnam of several Japanese banks.
German banks are keeping watch on the developing economic relations between Vietnam and Germany, in advance of European investments set to pour into the country when then Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) takes effect.
VOV.VN - Domestic enterprises will receive support for their participation in the Ho Chi Minh City Products Week to transpire October 6-14 in Moscow, Russia.
VOV.VN - As the economy gains steam, banks are growing more aggressive in marketing credit and debit cards to increasingly wealthy consumers, targeting 25% increases on the year in the number of credit card users.
Vietnamese banks have more opportunities to establish and expand their presence in international markets, Gary Hwa, Ernst & Young’s (EYs) regional managing partner for financial services for Asia Pacific, said.
The Vietnamese financial market will witness the start of numerous agricultural credit products as the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, rolls out a handbook to develop credit packages for farmers and enterprises.
Banks and credit institutions are confident about an average credit balance growth of 17.6% in 2015 for the whole system, stimulated by the positive outlook of the economy’s demand for financial services.
As many as 40 Japanese businesses operating in seafood industry, farming, trade, and also financial services attended a seminar on investment environment and cooperation potential in agriculture between Japan and the Mekong Delta region in Can Tho city on April 21.