Corporate governance at forefront

Corporate governance at forefront

Although there are still issues that need specific guidance, the Law on Enterprises 2020 is coming to life, gradually raising corporate governance to a professional level.
SMEs improve business resilience through corporate governance

SMEs improve business resilience through corporate governance

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the role strong corporate governance plays in business success and survival, especially for SMEs.
Binh Minh Plastics ranked amongst Vietnam’s 50 Best-Performing Companies 2019

Binh Minh Plastics ranked amongst Vietnam’s 50 Best-Performing Companies 2019

Binh Minh Plastics has been named one of Vietnam’s 50 Best-Performing Companies (TOP 50) 2019 for the ninth consecutive year.
New Corporate Governance Code brings best practices to local businesses

New Corporate Governance Code brings best practices to local businesses

The Vietnam Corporate Governance Code of Best Practices is expected to raise the quality of corporate governance in Vietnamese public and listed companies.
BOD professionalism and corporate governance key to sustainable growth

BOD professionalism and corporate governance key to sustainable growth

A professional board of directors (BOD) propagating good corporate governance are said to play a key role in creating sustainable business development.
SOEs must enhance corporate governance

SOEs must enhance corporate governance

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) must focus on enhancing corporate governance to improve operation efficiency after privatisation, experts said at a conference discussing change management and SOE restructuring on Friday in Hanoi.
How whistleblowing and UK corporate governance can raise Vietnam

How whistleblowing and UK corporate governance can raise Vietnam

ICAEW recently held a workshop titled How Whistleblowing and UK Corporate Governance Code Helps Vietnamese Companies” in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
Corporate culture in Industry 4.0: key element for success

Corporate culture in Industry 4.0: key element for success

Companies stand to gain a lot from developing good corporate culture.
Vietnam Listed Company Awards kicks off 2018 edition

Vietnam Listed Company Awards kicks off 2018 edition

Vietnam Listed Company Awards announced its 2018 season today, with greater emphasis on corporate governance and a new classification system for the winners.
Vietnam launches first institute to train directors of public firms

Vietnam launches first institute to train directors of public firms

A new social enterprise named Vietnam Institute of Directors promises to improve the standards of corporate governance in the country.
IFC initiative boosts corporate governance at microfinance lenders

IFC initiative boosts corporate governance at microfinance lenders

IFC is helping microfinance institutions in Vietnam to improve corporate governance, to cater to the financial needs of microenterprises and low-income people.
Corporate governance to unlock door to stock secrets

Corporate governance to unlock door to stock secrets

Dr. Christian Kamm, president of Kamm Investment - a US-backed investment advisory firm based in Ho Chi Minh City, writes that local investors can follow in the footsteps of their foreign counterparts in using firms’ corporate governance standards to give clarity to a chaotic market.
Buying into a transparent vision

Buying into a transparent vision

More Vietnamese firms are understanding transparency and information disclosure are crucial to their development. VIR’s Hong Dung talks with Simon Andrews, International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) regional manager for Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, about what should be done to turn that improved awareness into common practice in Vietnam.
Vietnam is failing the CG test

Vietnam is failing the CG test

Vietnam’s dire record on corporate governance is putting a dent in the country’s efforts to integrate into the world economy.
Stability key for foreign investors

Stability key for foreign investors

Vietnam has accomplished much in the way of socio-economic reform since the official launching of doi moi policy in the late 1980s. Here, Chris Kamm, President of Kamm Investment Inc. gives his analysis of Vietnam’s investment policies and warns of the danger of unmonitored capital inflows, illegal trading and fraud.
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