The State Securities Commission (SSC) will soon launch an electronic one-stop information disclosure system for the stock market, news site tinnhanhchungkhoan has reported.
Trading on the Vietnamese securities market was essential and would not be disrupted under any circumstances during the fight against COVID-19, the State Securities Commission (SSC) said on March 31.
The prospect of the Vietnamese stock market this year will be brighter, with profits of listed firms in 2020 likely to increase by 18% against 2019 while the VN-Index may rise by 20.7%.
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 sustainable stock market would help drive Vietnam’s economic growth and serve the nation, said Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung.
Though the current legal regulations allow foreign investors to fully own a local firm, the investors still face hindrances to pour funds into some conditional business lines.
Vietnam is striving to improve its stock market’s status and implementing measures to attract portfolio investment, and allowing FDI firms to list would help the country achieve this goal.
The set of Principles of Best Corporate Governance for all public companies in Vietnam was publicised by the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) at the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) on August 13.
Vietnam plans to launch new rules that make it easier for foreign-invested enterprises to list on domestic stock markets, amid necessity to draw in international capital.
Covered warrants (CWs) will be officially listed and traded on the Vietnamese stock market from June 28, according to the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC).
Japanese experts will provide various services such as consultancy and capacity building to update internal operation guidelines and revise the related legal framework for the securities market in Vietnam, sources said.
Government bond futures contract, a new product in the derivatives market, will be traded on the Hanoi Stock Exchange on July 4, the State Securities Commission (SSC) has said.
The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) eyes 308 billion VND (13.2 million USD) in pre-tax profit in 2019, up 0.3 percent year on year, and 594.3 billion VND in total revenue, up 5.66 percent year on year.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is seeking solutions to ensure a possible lift from a frontier securities market to an emerging one in 2019, on a par with international ratings, says an securities official.
Vietcombank, Vietnam's largest bank by market cap, has received permission from the securities watchdog to sell a 3% stake to foreign investors.
The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) improved its share, bond and derivatives markets considerably in 2018 and will continue to enhance the markets’ operation in 2019.
Food producer KIDO Group has raised its foreign ownership cap from 49% to 100%, according to a proposal approved recently by the State Securities Commission (SSC).
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will carry out a project to help Vietnam improve the fairness and transparency of its stock market, according to a document on the November 5 meeting between the agency and the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) discussing the project.
The new amended draft law on securities allowing full foreign ownership at public companies and investment funds would help Vietnam’s securities market be included in the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI)’s review list for a potential reclassification to Emerging Markets status.
The State Securities Commission (SSC) has required relevant companies and funds not to engage in any issuance, transaction or brokerage activities related to cryptocurrencies.