Mobile transactions in Vietnam are forecast to increase by 400% by 2025 in the Fintech and Digital Banking 2025 - Asia Pacific Report released by Backbase on May 11.
Consumer goods, health care, energy, construction materials, infrastructure, and technology are among the sectors with enormous potential for investment in Vietnam once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, an expert has said.
Vietnamese e-wallets have lured hefty sums from diverse partners over the past time, turning the segment into one of the investment hotspots.
Hefty sums found their way to Vietnamese e-wallets from diverse partners during the year, turning the segment into one of the investment hotspots.
Local tech platforms and startups aim to take on the world but doing so won't be easy.
The following are some key points for those who do business with the EU to adopt a comprehensive view on the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA).
Driven by strong economic growth prospects and potential for state-owned enterprise equitisation, more Singaporean investment is expected to flow via mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the months to come in Vietnam, focusing on finance, property, and fintech.
Financial technology (fintech) firms offering payment-related solutions secured the most funding in Vietnam, according to the FinTech in ASEAN: From Startup to Scale-up report released by United Overseas Bank (UOB), PwC, and the Singapore FinTech Association (SFA).
Two-way trade between Vietnam and Israel hit around 899 million USD in the first 10 months of 2019, with Vietnam enjoying a trade surplus of 401 million USD.
Fintech companies could hold the key to driving last mile adoption of digital payments and unlocking Southeast Asia’s vast cash displacement opportunity, according to Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments.
Opportunities will slip through Vietnamese firms’ hands if a sandbox is not developed soon, NextTech chairman Nguyen Hoa Binh said at a conference on November 7.
Vietnam-Israel trade reached over 790 million USD in the first nine months of 219, with Vietnam’s export revenue of about 410 million USD, according to the Vietnam Trade Office in Israel.
Vietnam is a promising market for fintech companies thanks to its young demographic, strong e-commerce growth, and increasing smartphone and internet users, heard a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on October 31.
To develop financial technology, a comprehensive legal framework and cooperation between banks and fintech businesses are required, experts told a conference organised by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Ho Chi Minh City on September 10.
Grab Holdings Inc. announced that it will invest $500 million into Vietnam over a period of five years to tap into opportunities in fintech, new mobility solutions, and logistics in order to spur the development of the country’s digital economy and create millions of income-opportunities that will elevate the quality of life for all Vietnamese.
VOV.VN - MGN Emperor Bank will make bold investment in applying financial technology into developing its operation and products in pursuit of high efficiency and customer trust.
A typical characteristic of the 4.0 industry revolution is the faster diffusion and larger coverage of new technologies, as well as the higher speed in realizing innovative ideas.
VOV.VN - Vietnam remains an attractive destination for private equity investment flow in Southeast Asia, according to the latest issue of Vietnam Private Equity Investment Outlook 2019 released by Grant Thornton.
Six leading Israeli fintech companies came to Vietnam to attend the “Fintech – accelerating digital transformation through AI & Automation Technologies” seminar, joining around 100 representatives from firms, banks, and insurance companies from Vietnam.
Vietnam is known as an outsourcing software destination but local IT businesses are expanding into other technology such as AI and fintech.