Nearly VND2.94 trillion of loans for hunger eradication, poverty reduction

Nearly VND2.94 trillion of loans for hunger eradication, poverty reduction

After six years of receiving the fund, the total loan turnover from the Poverty Alleviation Loan Program at the Ho Chi Minh City Bank for Social Policies reached approximately VND2.94 trillion, with 98,650 turns of poor households, near-poor households, and households that have just escaped the near-poor household standard in the area being granted loans.
Banks more cautious with home loans

Banks more cautious with home loans

Many banks have so far not only closed their doors to real estate development borrowers but also restricted loans to home buyers.
Credit should be controlled by market mechanism

Credit should be controlled by market mechanism

Since the beginning of the year, when production and business activities have been resumed, credit growth has increased robustly. By the beginning of June 2022, the credit of the banking industry had risen by 8 percent compared to the end of 2021, a rather high increase compared to the target of 14 percent for the whole year 2022. Currently, the demand for loans from individuals and businesses remains extremely high, but many banks have reached the limit of credit room, so they cannot lend any more.
Banks create conditions for businesses to restore soon

Banks create conditions for businesses to restore soon

Since the beginning of 2021, Ho Chi Minh City has supported more than 406,000 customers with a total outstanding balance of more than VND471.19 trillion under the policies of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) on supporting businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the fourth quarter of 2021, the city will strengthen the Bank and Business Connection Program with a credit support package of about VND70 trillion.
Credit grows 7.42 percent

Credit grows 7.42 percent

Mr. Dao Minh Tu, Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), on October 12 at a press conference of the SBV, informed that the credit of the whole banking system rose by 7.42 percent compared to that at the end of last year and surged by 5.48 percent compared to the same period in 2020. 

More than VND3.5 quadrillion of loans given with low-interest rates

More than VND3.5 quadrillion of loans given with low-interest rates

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) said that to support people and businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, credit institutions have provided new loans with lower interest rates than before the pandemic, with an accumulated loan outstanding balance from January 23, 2020, to now exceeded VND3.5 quadrillion.
Customers do transactions at Vietcombank. (Photo: SGGP)

Banking industry sees slow credit growth

By June 16, the credit growth of the banking industry merely reached 2.13 percent compared to the beginning of this year. Thus, in the first nearly six months of this year, credit growth was only half of that in the same period last year due to the serious impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Banks offer interest rate of up to 10.2 percent per annum for deposits

Banks offer interest rate of up to 10.2 percent per annum for deposits

In order to prepare capital sources for loans at the end of the year, besides mobilizing savings at high interest rates of up to nearly 9 percent per annum for 12-month term, commercial banks have also raced to attract capital through certificate of deposit with interest rate above 10 percent per annum.
Customers do transactions at a bank. (Photo: SGGP)

Low interest rate capital for priority sectors only

The current mobilizing interest rates and certificates of deposit of most commercial banks have touched 9 percent per annum, an increase of 0.5 percent compared to those at the end of last year.