Việt Nam’s Housing Development Bank (HD Bank) will be the fifth bank to list its shares on the country’s stock exchanges after VIB, Kienlongbank, VPBank and LienVietPostBank.
Masan Beverage Company Limited (MB), a wholly owned subsidiary of Masan Consumer Corporation, plans to make an offer to buy out Vinacafé Biên Hòa Corporation (VCF).
FPT Digital Retail Joint Stock Company is planning its initial public offering (IPO) on December 15 and seeking to debut its shares on the HCM Stock Exchange prior to April next year.
Vietjet is launching new routes from December 2017, including six international routes connecting Thailand and Việt Nam, offering more travel and trade opportunities between these cities.
Many listed companies have decided to loosen their purse-strings by paying cash dividend for stockholders, after reporting upbeat business results.
Trường Hải Auto Corporation is seeking shareholders’ approval for a massive capital hike, which is expected to increase capital from the current VNĐ4.15 trillion to VNĐ16.58 trillion (US$730.4 million).
Three years after an initial public offering (IPO), Việt Nam Waterway Construction Joint Stock Corporation (Vinawaco) has not transferred the State’s capital from the transport ministry to the State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC).
About two billion shares of six companies will start trading on the stock market this week, of which Vincom Retail debuts 1.9 billion shares on the HCM Stock Exchange on Monday.
FLC Faros Construction Joint Stock Company (ROS) expects to beat its 2017 profit target soon and will pay a dividend rate of 10-12 per cent for this year, the company has announced.
Bảo Việt Group (HOSE: BVH) recorded a consolidated revenue of VNĐ23.36 trillion (US$1.02 billion) in the first nine months of this year, a year-on-year surge of 26.8 per cent.