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On January 22, BAC A BANK inaugurated its branch in Nam Dinh province’s Nam Dinh city, at 394-398 of Tran Hung Dao Street in Quang Trung ward.
The event saw the participation of the bank’s clients and representatives, as well as the province’s leadership, some ministries, and central agencies, crowning the bank's nonstop development over the past 26 years.
|The new branch of BAC A BANK in Nam Dinh is expected to help fuel the province’s socioeconomic development|
Tran The Hung, vice director of the State Bank of Vietnam’s Nam Dinh branch sent a letter of congratulation and directed BAC A BANK’s leadership to operate the branch effectively and in line with the law.
Tran Le Doai, Deputy Chairman of the Nam Dinh People's Committee, also welcomed the bank, stating that the province hopes that BAC A BANK will make great contributions to the province’s socioeconomic development.
Nguyen Viet Hanh, vice general director of BAC A BANK, said, “We hope that our branch in Nam Dinh will make more contributions to the socioeconomic development of Nam Dinh in particular and to the northern key economic region in general. We request that the leadership and staff of the branch will expand business and have a better understanding of locals’ requirements and business households in order to meet their credit demand. Each staff must act as a brand ambassador of BAC A BANK, promoting the bank’s image and prestige via its products for all.”
Meanwhile, Bui Xuan Hung, director of the branch, also said, “The branch has become a member of BAC A BANK’s system of 145 transaction spots in 32 cities and provinces. This is the happiness, pride, and responsibility of the branch. I promise to drive the branch forward, and the branch will help develop the province’s socioeconomic development, fully meeting all credit demands from individuals, organisations, and businesses in the province.
Also on the day of inauguration, the BAC A BANK Nam Dinh branch also welcomed a big number of clients. Its appearance in Nam Dinh promises to become a new factor helping attract more investment into the province.