Our research and analysis on Vietnam
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on Vietnam.
“Having the early mover advantage when entering frontier markets can make a difference"
Date: Oct 01, 2013 | Author: Esther Tan
Venkatesh Somanathan, director of regional trade finance product management at Deutsche Bank, discusses overcoming hurdles faced in frontier markets such as Mongolia and Myanmar.
Banks’ APAC retail banking income expected to reach $850b by 2020
Date: Aug 29, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
China and Japan account for over 50% of income generated by retail banking arms of financial institutions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Vietnamese commercial banks’ retail credit growth gathering pace
Date: Aug 13, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
The country’s year-to-date loan growth of 5.02% can be attributed to smaller commercial banks pushing on consumption loans.
Vietnamese banks favour ATM alliance to minimise costs
Date: May 31, 2013 | Author: Magessan Raj
Despite the growing number of banks cards in issue in Vietnam, domestic banks have been slow to expand their ATM networks.
The charts in this section are based on previous section and are divided in to six categories. These tables and graphs allow users to contrast and rank all the countries more clearly in many different ways.
Each Individual Country Profile includes statistical tables encompassing information on macro environment, population and household demographics, financial service industry profile, banking industry profile, retail distribution, and payment system.
Low dividend yields in 2010 the result of greater confidence in reinvestment
Date: Sep 06, 2011 | Author: Research
Asian Banker Dividend Yield Ranking 100 finds that higher dividends paid out either by developed markets that lack reinvestment opportunities, or in markets that need to compensate for high risk.
Inflation jumps to the head of banks’ agendas
Date: Aug 16, 2011 | Author: Nadir Ahmad
With inflation becoming a key concern for top bankers such as David Li, CEO, Bank of East Asia, Hong Kong, Asian central banks look to curb overheating.