July 05, 2021 | 08:00
As the world begins to reactivate and reimagine itself from the impact of the pandemic, it is time to take a deep breath and assess the situation...
By Bui Van
June 28, 2021 | 08:00
RSM, one of the leading accounting and advisory firms in Vietnam, has opened a new office in Danang to accelerate growth in the central market.
If you have a small business with too much debt, you will need to know about the new small business insolvency reforms.
May 03, 2021 | 08:00
Mergers and acquisitions can be an effective strategy to increase business value. Unfortunately, many transactions do not deliver their expected benefits due to a variety of breakdowns in the merger and integration process. Le Khanh Lam, tax partner at RSM Vietnam, explains how, by focusing on operational and process improvement, it is not too late to drive significant value to the organisation.
By Thanh Van
April 12, 2021 | 09:00
Accounting and advisory firm RSM Vietnam has elevated its partnership with C.T Group by signing a comprehensive cooperation agreement.
February 05, 2021 | 14:54
Restructuring can assist an organisation in identifying the key issues challenging liquidity and operational efficiency whilst presenting possible solutions. From this point, it is then possible to begin with the implementation of a new structure.
In a tight labour market, organisations are increasingly concerned with creating an environment that engages employees and attracts and retains key resources.
December 07, 2020 | 08:00
In the first 11 months of 2020, the country boasted nearly 124,300 newly-established enterprises, albeit a number 1.9 per cent lower compared to the same period last year.
By Luu Huong
November 30, 2020 | 14:21
Foreign investors are gearing up their expansion efforts in Vietnam, trusting the country’s long-term economic stability. Le Khanh Lam, partner at RSM Vietnam, shared with VIR’s Luu Huong insight about the growth momentum in the mergers and acquisitions market.
November 02, 2020 | 07:00
This year was supposed to be a transitional one for the global auto industry. Analysts had expectations that sales in the sector had bottomed out, and that growth in China would support the world market, reversing recent negative sales trends and getting back to a trajectory of growth.