Medium-sized banks boosting capital to enhance financial strength

Medium-sized banks boosting capital to enhance financial strength

Medium-sized banks are working on massive capital increase plans to boost their financial capacity, striving to reach Basel II standards.
Law on dual roles rearranges top bank personnel

Law on dual roles rearranges top bank personnel

The new amendment on holding dual posts in commercial banks and enterprises signals huge changes in the banks' board of directors.
Shareholder activism tops banks' AGM agendas

Shareholder activism tops banks' AGM agendas

The manipulation of voting rights or shareholder activism among leaders in the BoD at commercial banks is among the hottest issues at the banks' AGMS.
Cross-ownership wipe-out in financial institutions to finish soon

Cross-ownership wipe-out in financial institutions to finish soon

Over the past three years, divestment activities stoked up the cross-ownership "wipe-out" among financial institutions to strengthen ownership transparency.
Bank tickers not losing charm

Bank tickers not losing charm

The recent divestments of foreign investors from bank tickers might not mean that the financial sector is losing its charm to foreign shareholders.
Bank execs’ income in spotlight

Bank execs’ income in spotlight

At the AGM season, bank leaders’ incomes are coming into focus, with figures touching millions of dollars, even at banks that will not pay dividends this year.
Overseas remittances heating up for Tet holiday

Overseas remittances heating up for Tet holiday

With the Lunar New Year (Tet) just around the corner, more and more overseas remittances flow to Vietnam to fuel the traditional shopping spree.
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