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Large foreign capital is being poured into Vietnamese enterprises, especially big companies in different business fields.

Vietnamese banks struggle to raise chartered capital

The time to apply standards in accordance with Basel II is nearing and commercial banks are rushing to raise chartered capital.

Are bank shares still attractive to investors?

VietNamNet Bridge - Commercial banks will find it hard to maintain a high profit growth rate in 2019 as credit  and retail banking services will still be the major driving force for bank growth.

Banks look for ways to raise capital

The state-owned Vietcombank has received approval from the State Bank of Vietnam’s  to raise capital, while BIDV is stepping up implementation of a plan to issue shares to specific shareholders.

Vietnam expects big changes in bank rankings after capital increases

VietNamNet Bridge - The entire banking system is expected to need VND63 trillion to increase their charter capital this year.

‘Big four’ banks stay firmly in their positions as other big banks arrive

VietNamNet Bridge - The prosperity of the stock market in 2017 and the first months of 2018 has helped banks increase accumulated capital.   

Low-interest bank loans expected at year-end

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts believe that banks at year-end will ease interest rates, which will make loans more accessible for businesses.

Decree requires investment minimum for private universities

VietNamNet Bridge - The minimum required investment capital of VND1 trillion to open a private university is expected to discourage investors, as it would be difficult to recoup the capital.

Banks need VND33 trillion to increase charter capital

VietNamNet Bridge - Bankers have been cautious when asked if their plans to increase charter capital can be fulfilled this year.

Private banks increase charter capital, state-owned banks undecided

VietNamNet Bridge - A number of banks have announced they will raise charter capital in 2017 after receiving approval from shareholders. But all of them are private, not state, banks.

Commercial banks raise charter capital as opportunities increase

VietNamNet Bridge - Figures released by the State Bank of Vietnam and financial reports by commercial banks show that total charter capital of 35 Vietnamese commercial banks reached VND331.069 trillion by December 31, 2015.

Insurers race to increase capital in competitive market

VietNamNet Bridge - The potential of the Vietnamese insurance market is great: total insurance premiums in 2014 reached VND52.68 trillion, an increase of 13.2 percent over 2013. 

Banks originally owned by state show growth in assets

VietNamNet Bridge - A State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) report shows that total assets of joint stock banks have fallen by 0.47 percent, while the total assets of banks that were originally state-owned had increased by 2.49 percent by June 30, 2015.

Bank restructuring: private economic sector jumps on bandwagon

VietNamNet Bridge - Some private economic groups have shown their intention to join the bank restructuring process by injecting money into banks which are undergoing restructuring. 

Investors rush to set up real-estate firms to dodge new regulation

VietNamNet Bridge - The number of newly established real estate firms in the first quarter of 2015 soared by 50 percent compared with the same period years before.

Banks cancel plans to increase chartered capital

VietNamNet Bridge – Most banks have had to cancel or delay their plans to increase chartered capital because of current economic conditions.

Commercial banks are indifferent to SBV refinancing

Surprisingly, no commercial bank has asked for refinancing from the State Bank (SBV), although SBV is ready to disburse funds.

Commercial banks fail to raise chartered capital, SBV keeps silent

 VietNamNet Bridge – A series of commercial banks tasted the failure when implementing their plans to raise chartered capital in 2013.

Banks found as playing tricks to increase chartered capital

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of commercial banks have successfully increased their chartered capital by dodging the laws.

Banks keep diffident in raising chartered capital

 VietNamNet Bridge – Commercial banks earlier this year all planned to issue shares to increase their chartered capital. However, they have made no moved so far to implement the plans.