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Derivatives hold incentive and risk

Derivatives hold incentive and risk

With Vietnam set to open its first derivatives market, experts are warning of the preparations needed to minimise potential investor risks.

FOLs will help banks revamp

FOLs will help banks revamp

A rise in foreign ownership limits is needed to importantly help Vietnam speed up the local banking sector’s restructuring.

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Haprosimex to open IPO next week

Haprosimex to open IPO next week

Haprosimex Single Member Limited Liability Company will offer 3.8 million shares, or 32 per cent of its stake, at its initial public offering (IPO) on January 24.

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M&A in banking sector perking up for 2017

M&A in banking sector perking up for 2017

The year has only begun, but signs are pointed to an exciting time ahead for the banking sector with vigorous mergers and acquisitions (M&As) activities.

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VinaCapital seeking opportunities in equitised SOEs in 2017

VinaCapital seeking opportunities in equitised SOEs in 2017

VinaCapital currently has $120 million in cash and is looking to invest in private or equitised companies in 2017. Andy Ho, CEO of VinaCapital, talked to VIR’s Thu Huong about the company’s plans to use the cash and assessed the prospects of the Vietnamese stock market.

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Banks post higher performance for 2016

Banks post higher performance for 2016

Several commercial banks have in the early days of 2017 posted positive business performance for 2016, with profits much higher than the previous year.

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Dai-ichi Life Vietnam, Bac A Bank signed bancassurance contract

Dai-ichi Life Vietnam, Bac A Bank signed bancassurance contract

Life insurer Dai-ichi Vietnam on January 16 held the ceremony to sign the contract to cooperate with Bac A Bank to provide bancassurance.

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Dong strengthens against US dollar in early 2017

Dong strengthens against US dollar in early 2017

The dong has strengthened against the US dollar unexpectedly in the first two weeks of trading in 2017.

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Challenge awaits VN Index at 690 points

Challenge awaits VN Index at 690 points

The VN Index, Viet Nam’s benchmark stock index, could fall back to the 675-680 range if it fails to reach 690-692 points, according to analysts and securities firms.

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Shares advance slightly in weak trading before Tet

Shares advance slightly in weak trading before Tet

Shares rose slightly on both local exchanges on Friday morning with low market trading liquidity as investors tended to preserve their money ahead of the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.

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Habeco to start HOSE trading on Jan 19

Habeco to start HOSE trading on Jan 19

Ha Noi Beer Alcohol and Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Habeco) will start trading with code BHN on the HCM Stock Exchange (HOSE) on January 19, the southern bourse announced on Wednesday.

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As VN banks digitise, customer service key

As VN banks digitise, customer service key

Customers must be at the centre of banks’ attention as they make a move towards digital transformation in an effort to adapt to a changing landscape of financial innovation and disruptive technologies.

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Banks, energy firms push market up

Banks, energy firms push market up

Shares rose on both local bourses yesterday as bank stocks bounced back on expectations for positive 2016 earnings reports and energy firms recovered on upward moves in oil prices.

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Top former Trust Bank officials arrested

Top former Trust Bank officials arrested

Seven former officials of Dai Tin Bank (Trust Bank), including former chairman of its board of directors and general director, were arrested and put under temporary detention on Tuesday.

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Vinatex back to square one

Vinatex back to square one

Thanks to a positive trading session today, Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) (UPCoM: VGT) closed the first week of trading at the same price level as it started on the market.

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"Special" law to boost bank restructuring

The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) will co-operate with relevant agencies to map out a "special" law to boost bank restructuring and settle bad debts in 2017, according to SBV Governor Le Minh Hung.

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