Legal basis for corporate bond issuance important for real estate sector

Legal basis for corporate bond issuance important for real estate sector

Building a solid and long-term legal basis for corporate bond issuance was an urgent solution to build a capital market for the real estate sector.
Deeper capital focus required for real estate arena

Deeper capital focus required for real estate arena

The domestic housing market is witnessing huge demand on the back of rapid urbanisation with a resounding population rate, but major difficulties remain such as legal procedures, land funds, and investment capital, leading to a mismatch between supply and demand.
PM requests developing transparent, sustainable capital market

PM requests developing transparent, sustainable capital market

How to develop a safe, transparent, effective, and sustainable capital market to ensure macro-economic stability is the focus of a conference held under the chair of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on April 22.
Shinhan Securities Vietnam successfully arranges bond issuance for Gelex

Shinhan Securities Vietnam successfully arranges bond issuance for Gelex

The market has seen high volatilities from COVID-19 and financial and credit institutions are cautious in lending and investment, focusing on risk management.
Avoiding “creative destruction” to stave off future recessions

Avoiding “creative destruction” to stave off future recessions

While some lessons have been learned from previous financial calamities, central banks are again in the spotlight as the global market attempts to fend off a repeat crisis. Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, shares his view on global growth prospects for the capital market as a useful channel for investors to take as reference.
Securing the necessary funding for green growth

Securing the necessary funding for green growth

To mobilise capital for green growth, co-operation between all stakeholders need to be strengthened, with a particular view on the private sector.
Korean investors seek assurances

Korean investors seek assurances

South Korean investors are seeking further funding ­opportunities in Vietnam’s capital market and are keen to dive in, providing the country further strengthens existing legal frameworks in order to support an efficient capital market.
Encouraging an investor-friendly framework for the capital market

Encouraging an investor-friendly framework for the capital market

The vibrant demand for private sector funding requires  development of the capital-financial market in Vietnam. ­Konaka Tetsuo, the Japan International Cooperation Agency’s chief representative of the Vietnam office, talked with VIR’s Thanh Tung about the potential of this market, and how it can develop strongly.
Capital market in need of FIE boost

Capital market in need of FIE boost

Raising long-term capital is vital for the sustainable development of the local economy in the future, and rather than relying entirely on locally sourced capital, Vietnam should look to capitalise on foreign resources to rectify the issue of thin capitalisation and enrich its capital market by improving market access to foreign investors and allowing foreign-invested companies to be listed on the local bourses. Trang Nguyen reports.
Capital market faces imbalances

Capital market faces imbalances

The Vietnam’s capital market is facing a concerns in the imbalance between the credit market and the capital market.
ANZ chief: a tale of Vietnam’s two credit markets

ANZ chief: a tale of Vietnam’s two credit markets

Gilles Planté, chief executive officer of ANZ Bank in Asia-Pacific, last week visited Vietnam to learn more about this market.
Balancing act to calm the market

Balancing act to calm the market

In 2011, the State Bank took the first key steps towards restoring the balance between the money market and capital market.
Malaysia unveils plan to double capital market

Malaysia unveils plan to double capital market

Malaysia on Tuesday unveiled a plan to more than double its capital market size to 4.5 trillion ringgit ($1.5 trillion) by 2020.