Vietnam’s merger and acquisitions (M&A) market in 2022 is forecast to include big deals worth billions of dollars in the banking industry.
A 13-year confrontation between Vietnamese and foreign investors at a leading sweets manufacturing company has come to an end: the Vietnamese investor has acquired the entire company while the South Korean investor has left.
VPBank has completed transition of 49% stake in VPBank Finance Company Ltd. to SMBC Consumer Finance.
Realtors with strong financial capability are collecting land for large projects in the future.
Vietnamese groups are becoming more active in acquiring other businesses, while overseas investors are seeing themselves hindered amid continued travel restrictions.
THACO said it has completed the acquisition of hypermarket business in Vietnam of Emart Inc of the Republic of Korea
Japanese investors have poured billions of dollars to purchase stakes at Vietnamese businesses over the past decade.
The flow of international capital has helped Vietnamese businesses grow quickly and build multi-sectoral businesses via big mergers and acquisition deals.