Expanded credit probable for January

Expanded credit probable for January

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) will likely provide commercial banks with more credit room in January.
Flexibility headlines finance for 2022

Flexibility headlines finance for 2022

Interest rates, exchange rates, and credit growth were the focus of a volatile 2022, and more complexities are forecast for the following 12 months.
Deposit rate hikes still lingering

Deposit rate hikes still lingering

Banks continue to increase their deposit rates to relieve liquidity constraints at year-end.
Commercial banks asked to lend more for production and business

Commercial banks asked to lend more for production and business

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) requires credit institutions with room to actively disburse loans for production and business, especially in priority areas.
SBV adjustments calm liquidity of currency

SBV adjustments calm liquidity of currency

While the problem of the VND’s liquidity has been stabilised, the economy is still facing challenges regarding macro-stability and exchange and interest rate pressure, according to financial experts.
State Bank of Vietnam alleviates market pressures

State Bank of Vietnam alleviates market pressures

The State Bank of Vietnam adjusted several operating interest rates last week, with the move deemed necessary in the context of a strong USD and increasing domestic pressure on interest rates and exchange rates.
Hiking deposit interest rates helps ensure capital mobilisation for economy

Hiking deposit interest rates helps ensure capital mobilisation for economy

Increasing deposit interest rates is in line with the general trend, ensuring liquidity safety and capital mobilisation for the economy, Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Pham Thanh Ha has said.
The State Bank of Vietnam adjusts operating interest rates

The State Bank of Vietnam adjusts operating interest rates

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has just issued a number of decisions to adjust interest rates that take effect from October 25.
Which banks lead international risk management standards?

Which banks lead international risk management standards?

Besides Basel II, many banks have also applied Basel III and IFRS 9. These international standards help banks improve risk management compared with peers.
SBV aiming to harmonise monetary market players

SBV aiming to harmonise monetary market players

The State Bank of Vietnam is attempting to stabilise lending rates while also mobilising credit institutions to continue reducing operating costs and support both individuals and businesses.
Central bank acts to tighten dong liquidity

Central bank acts to tighten dong liquidity

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has net withdrawn VND57.6 trillion through open market operation (OMO) and foreign currency selling channels to maintain the liquidity of the banking system at a sufficient level and create indirect impacts on the interbank interest rates.
MB redirects funds towards economic revival with new credit extension

MB redirects funds towards economic revival with new credit extension

Authorised an extended credit limit by the State Bank of Vietnam, the Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank is concentrating on lending to priority sectors.
Vietnam to mobilise $360 billion for sustainable development targets

Vietnam to mobilise $360 billion for sustainable development targets

Vietnam needs to mobilise $360 billion for implementing its green and sustainable development targets by 2030.
Cementing Vietnam’s development in 2022 and beyond

Cementing Vietnam’s development in 2022 and beyond

Michele Wee, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam talked to VIR's Ha An about Vietnam’s growth scenario in 2022 and beyond.
Central bank sells greenback to stabilise forex market

Central bank sells greenback to stabilise forex market

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has so far this year sold about 12-13 billion USD to stabilise the domestic forex market, according to Viet Dragon Securities Corporation (VDSC).
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