CapitaLand secures $280 million in green loans to green out global portfolio by 2030

CapitaLand secures $280 million in green loans to green out global portfolio by 2030

CapitaLand has secured about $280 million in two bilateral green loans to catalyse the greening out of the group’s global portfolio by 2030.
Banks step up with willing support for COVID-19 times

Banks step up with willing support for COVID-19 times

Many banks have rolled out soft credit packages in a bid to help customers, both retail and corporate ones, to mitigate the adverse impacts of COVID-19.
1.62 million needy households received VBSP loans in first nine months

1.62 million needy households received VBSP loans in first nine months

VBSP reported $2.39 billion in total outstanding loan balance in the first nine months to more than 1.62 million needy households and policy beneficiaries.
Yeah1 announces plans to take up million-dollar loans

Yeah1 announces plans to take up million-dollar loans

Yeah1 (code: YEG) has just announced a plan of taking out bank loans and guarantee for both the parent companies and subsidiaries after the breakdown with YouTube.
Banks may assess pollution risks before granting loans

Banks may assess pollution risks before granting loans

Banks will assess environmental pollution risks when granting loans to projects in some industries, according to a State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) draft regulation.
SHB Finance inaugurates new headquarters and new unsecured loan

SHB Finance inaugurates new headquarters and new unsecured loan

SHB Finance has just inaugurated its new headquarters and launched its new unsecured cash loan to match growing consumer demand.
Foreign loans in Vinh Tan 4 expansion may get government guarantee

Foreign loans in Vinh Tan 4 expansion may get government guarantee

The government’s approval to guarantee the foreign loans for the expansion project of Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant will accelerate project construction.
Trung Luong-My Thuan Expressway a step closer to resume construction

Trung Luong-My Thuan Expressway a step closer to resume construction

Successfully accessing banks loans takes Trung Luong-My Thuan Expressway-phase 1 closer to its launch in 2020.
Excess loans to be permitted beginning May 1

Excess loans to be permitted beginning May 1

Credit institutions and foreign banks will be allowed to grant loans to some prioritised borrowers in excess of lending limits regulated by law beginning next month.
Banks stop offering gold loans

Banks stop offering gold loans

Credit institutions are no longer allowed to give loans to customers who want to purchase gold in any form, including primary gold, bullion and jewellery, according to the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV).
Banks find it hard to lend

Banks find it hard to lend

After successfully raising liquidity, and despite low interest rates, many Vietnamese banks have been finding it difficult to find new customers for loans.
Banks in trouble over outstanding gold loans

Banks in trouble over outstanding gold loans

While gold owners are no longer able to store their precious metal at banks for safety and interest, the credit institutions themselves are in trouble over a huge amount of outstanding long-term loans in gold.
Thinking out of the square

Thinking out of the square

The State Bank has confirmed the ceiling deposit rate scheme will continue to be applied in 2013. Senior economic expert Bui Kien Thanh looks at ways to ease lending rates without resorting to the use of ceiling rates.
4 steps to a better economy

4 steps to a better economy

Curtailing inflation provided the silver lining to a stormy economy in 2012. But can Vietnam find sunnier days ahead?
Banks race to grab customers

Banks race to grab customers

Anticipating the chronic surging demand for capital during the year-end period, local banks are racing to offer concessionary credit packages to woo customers.
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