Standard Chartered Vietnam appoints Michele Wee as new CEO

Standard Chartered Vietnam appoints Michele Wee as new CEO

Standard Chartered Bank announced the appointment of Michele Wee as CEO for Vietnam, effective from February .
Fitch assigns Standard Chartered Vietnam first-time 'BB' rating with stable outlook

Fitch assigns Standard Chartered Vietnam first-time 'BB' rating with stable outlook

Fitch Ratings has assigned Standard Chartered Vietnam a first-time Long-Term Foreign-Currency IDR of 'BB' and Long-Term Local-Currency IDR of 'BBB-'.
Standard Chartered Vietnam launches 24/7 instant interbank transfers

Standard Chartered Vietnam launches 24/7 instant interbank transfers

Standard Chartered Vietnam launched its 24/7 instant interbank transfer service on SCPay, its new cloud-native global payments platform.
Standard Chartered CEO: Positive growth anticipated for Vietnam

Standard Chartered CEO: Positive growth anticipated for Vietnam

Nirukt Sapru, CEO Vietnam and ASEAN and South Asia Cluster Markets, Standard Chartered Bank talks about the growth prospects of the Vietnamese economy in 2021.
Corporate bond bonanza shaking up local market

Corporate bond bonanza shaking up local market

Despite lingering risks, fears of an economic downturn, and low interest rates, there has been  a windfall of corporate bonds issuance, with property providers and financial institutions the most active.
Standard Chartered: underscoring sustainability commitment amid COVID-19

Standard Chartered: underscoring sustainability commitment amid COVID-19

Standard Chartered is doing its best to help the nation, clients, and stakeholders, pinning hope on quicker economic recovery and good health for all.
Foreign banks pour capital into Vietnam

Foreign banks pour capital into Vietnam

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, announced on August 11 that it will provide a 70 million USD loan to Indo Trans Logistics Corporation (ITL Corp), with the aim of improving logistics, trade and competitiveness in Vietnam’s economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam supports COVID-19 prevention and relief efforts

Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam supports COVID-19 prevention and relief efforts

Keeping with its promise to be "Here for Good", Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam has donated $200,000 and packages in-kind to support Vietnam's COVID-19 efforts.
Resilience, agility and humanity: some lessons from the pandemic

Resilience, agility and humanity: some lessons from the pandemic

José Viñals, group chairman at Standard Chartered, shares the bank’s experience with containing the pandemic and getting through these most turbulent times.
VPBank to drop foreign ownership limit from 23 to 15 per cent

VPBank to drop foreign ownership limit from 23 to 15 per cent

At its recent annual shareholders' meeting, the Board Directors of VPBank signalled that it would reduce its foreign ownership limit in the coming time.
Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam rolls out COVID-19 relief measures for clients

Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam rolls out COVID-19 relief measures for clients

Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam has launched relief measures to support its corporate banking and retail banking clients amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Standard Chartered commits $75 billion toward SDGs

Standard Chartered commits $75 billion toward SDGs

Standard Chartered announced its business targets supporting clients as they transition to a low-carbon economy as part of its sustainability aspirations.
Actively powering the ASEAN’s sustainability

Actively powering the ASEAN’s sustainability

Vietnam has set a goal of promoting deeper integration and fostering sustainable development across the region for its 2020 ASEAN chairmanship. By delivering greater harmonisation of trade and infrastructure across the ASEAN’s borders, the bloc will be able to truly seize the opportunities of the new decade.
Lenders at odds with supporting strategies

Lenders at odds with supporting strategies

While Vietnamese lenders have stepped up their support for the virus-hit economy by reducing lending rates or offering relief measures, foreign banks are adopting a wait-and-see approach.
Connections drive Asia’s economy

Connections drive Asia’s economy

The digitalisation of trade is now inevitable, driven by the need for faster and safer transactions at more competitive processing costs.
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