Screens show share prices at Tân Việt Securities JSC (TVSI). The company hold the highest market share of 10.57 per cent on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM). — Photo tinnhanhchungkhoan.vn
HÀ NỘI — SSI Securities Corporation (SSI) again had the biggest stock-brokering market shares on both Hồ Chí Minh and Hà Nội stock exchanges in the third quarter of the year.
SSI held a 13.60 per cent share on the southern bourse and a 10.37 per cent share on the northern exchange.
HCM City Securities Corporation (HSC) and VNDirect Securities Corporation (VNDS) were the two runner-ups on both exchanges.
Locally-present South Korean securities firms Mirae Asset (Vietnam) Securities Co Ltd and KIS Securities JSC were present among top 10 securities companies with biggest stock-brokering market shares on both exchanges.
Mirae Asset (Vietnam) Securities ranked fifth on HoSE and KIS Securities ranked tenth. The two firms ranked sixth and ninth on the northern exchange, respectively.
Techcombank Securities tops HoSE bond market
Techcombank Securities JSC (TCBS) held 82.03 per cent of the southern bourse’s bond market share – the highest.
The company was followed by Vietcombank Securities Co Ltd (VCBS) (7.69 per cent), PetroVietnam Securities JSC (3.23 per cent) and Bảo Việt Securities JSC (2.22 per cent).
VCBS, HSC, BIDV Securities JSC (BSC) and Bản Việt Securities JSC (VCSC) each held more than 10 per cent of the government bond market share on the northern exchange with VCBS topping the group.
BVSC and ACB Securities Co Ltd (ACBS) held between 5 per cent and 10 per cent of the HNX’s government bond market share.
The remaining firms included Sài Gòn-Hà Nội Securities JSC (SHS), VPBank Securities JSC (VPS) and VNDS.
VPS was also the firm with the highest market share on the derivatives market.
TVSI crowns unlisted market
On the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM), Tân Việt Securities JSC (TVSI) gained the top spot with a 10.57 per cent market share.
SSI, VNDS, HSC and VPS were among the followers, holding 8.28-9.82 per cent of the market share. — VNS