Two auditing firms were graded “Good” by the State Securities Commission (SSC) regarding the quality of their services in 2019, while eight others were deemed “Acceptable”.
A survey of business leaders in the Asia Pacific region has revealed Vietnam is a top destination for cross-border investment.
This was the main topic of a workshop themed “Managing third-party risks under Circular 18” held in Hanoi by the Vietnam Banks Association, together with PwC Vietnam and PwC Vietnam Cyber Security Services Co., Ltd.
Student Lam Tien Khai of Foreign Trade University won the Audit Proud Competition organized by the school’s audit club, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and PwC Vietnam.
As blockchain disrupts the banking and finance industry, experts urged caution was needed in its application together with a proper legal framework to limit risks and ensure development is on the right track.
The spirit of entrepreneurship is key to the development of startup businesses in Southeast Asia and for Vietnamese startups in particular, according to Dinh Thi Quynh Van, General Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Vietnam.
Many foreign enterprises have expressed interest in becoming strategic investors in Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) following the Prime Minister’s approval of the firm’s equitization plan.
PwC Vietnam Cybersecurity Ltd. in collaboration with REMANN Co., Ltd., the University of Economics-Law (UEL), and the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH) have recently organised a scholarship programme focusing on the “Basic principles in IT audit for finance and credit organisations.”
PwC will support University of Economics and Law (UEL) by assessing and monitoring the performance of students on their internship programmes as well as supporting lecturers and students with learning resources.
Network security has grown into a pressing global issue, and Vietnam is not an exception. Aware of the growing concerns associated with current network security loopholes, many local firms are still unprepared to cope with the risk.
Public companies, especially listed ones, should have clear policies and procedures governing related party transactions (RPTs) and an effective oversight mechanism that complies with the laws and follows best international practices, a recent forum on corporate governance heard in HCM City.
It is estimated that hackers cause losses of VND8 trillion to Vietnam each year.
PwC Vietnam and Vietnam’s largest insurance company Bao Viet Holdings have just inked a contract wherein the former will provide sustainability assurance services for the financial-insurance giant.
(VOV) - A contract on transaction advisory for the e-Government procurement project (e-GP) was signed in Hanoi between the Project Management Unit (PMU) under the Public Procurement Agency (Ministry of Planning and Investment) and Pricewaterhouse Coopers Vietnam Ltd (PwC Vietnam) on September 24.