Aymar de Liedekerke Beaufort, a 26-year veteran of the French bank, is the new Vietnam country head, having served in a similar capacity in several Eastern European countries.
Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has likely followed through on a pledge to sign a decree lifting limits on foreign stock ownership.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day Three covers Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Citi's commercial bank in Asia-Pacific is capitalising on a growing desire among clients to tap bond, loan and equity markets.
Wary of unintended consequences that may follow amended foreign investment rules, Vietnam takes up the debate with a cautious eye pinned on its northern neighbour.
After announcing the winners of 2015 Country Banking Awards last week, FinanceAsia explains the factors that went into determining the best in Asian banking.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Banking Achievement Awards. Day Three covers Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
How the country is developing its capital markets to attract foreign investors — a roundtable sponsored by ANZ and Maybank Kim Eng.
The current situation is ripe for a buying opportunity on the back of an improving macroeconomic climate.
We are pleased to announce the full list of winners of our country awards.
The IPO of Vietnam Airlines and Mondolez’s stake in a Kinh Do subsidiary shut out foreign and retail stock investors.
Vietnam returns to the G3 bond markets for the third time in its history with a well-received deal, which also highlights the work it still has to do to live up to its promise.
Investors hope the flotation of Thai energy drink Carabao will provide the same upside as the recent listings of other domestic drink manufacturers.
Berli Jucker has mandated HSBC and Mizuho for a €650m loan to pay for its acquisition of Metro's cash-and-carry business in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Asset Management Corporation is so far failing to come to grips with the country’s non-performing loans, but this may yet be a problem that solves itself.