Vietnamese shares slumped on Monday as market sentiment was pressured by worries about the broader spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Residents in Hà Nội and HCM City will now be able to pay registration fees for cars and motorbikes through the Government’s national public service portal, bank electronic payment channels and intermediary payment service providers.
Việt Nam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank) jumped 81 spots to rank 280th in the Brand Finance Banking 500 announced early this month which featured the most valuable and strongest banking brands in the world.
Large mergers and acquisitions deals, an explosion in digital banking and the listing of several banks’shares on the stock market are among the key events expected this year in the financial sector.
Forbes Việt Nam has announced a list of the 100 largest public firms in the country for the first time.
The central bank’s new policy aims to reduce risk, tighten control and to channel capital into priority sectors and small-to-medium-sized enterprises, according to the SBV.