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. 

Banks improve credit growth in last months of 2021

Banks improve credit growth in last months of 2021

Credit growth by the end of September 2021 reached 7.17 percent, much higher than the level of 4.99 percent in the same period last year. However, in September, due to the impact of the pandemic and social distancing, the total outstanding balance of the whole economy decreased by VND23 trillion.
SBV orders strict control on real estate credit

SBV orders strict control on real estate credit

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has recently requested credit institutions and foreign bank branches to strictly control the growth rate of credit outstanding balance and the credit quality of sectors with potential risks or heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, especially the real estate credit.
Seven-month credit in HCMC rises 5.8 percent

Seven-month credit in HCMC rises 5.8 percent

According to the Ho Chi Minh City Statistical Office, by August 1, the total credit outstanding balance of the banking system in the city had exceeded VND2.68 quadrillion, an increase of 13.1 percent over the same period last year and 5.8 percent compared to the end of last year. This is a good credit growth in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Banks direct credit flow into manufacturing, business sectors

Banks direct credit flow into manufacturing, business sectors

By the end of June this year, credit growth is estimated at 5.5-6 percent compared to the end of last year. With this growth rate, a representative of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) said that the credit growth target of 12 percent would still be achieved by the end of this year. The SBV will closely monitor macroeconomic developments, the situation of the pandemic domestically and internationally to direct credit growth to focus on lending to the fields of production and business and contribute to promoting economic development.
Vietnam’s commercial bank credits on a roll

Vietnam’s commercial bank credits on a roll

Credit ratings for Vietnam is on an upward trend at the start of 2021 despite the raging pandemic thanks to the recovery in production, business and exports as well as new preferential loan policies to support domestic companies, experts stated.
Credit estimated to reach 2 percent in first three months

Credit estimated to reach 2 percent in first three months

Mr. Nguyen Hoang Minh, Deputy Director of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) branch in Ho Chi Minh City, said that by the end of the first quarter of this year, the growth of credit outstanding balance in the city surged by about 1.8 percent compared to the beginning of this year.
BIDV has just approved a plan to increase its charter capital in 2021 by more than VND8.3 trillion. (Photo: SGGP)

Several commercial banks propose to increase charter capital

Many commercial banks have submitted to their shareholders and proposed to increase charter capital in the context that credit growth must ensure capital adequacy ratio (CAR) following the international standards Basel II.
Credit growth of HCMC reaches 8 percent

Credit growth of HCMC reaches 8 percent

According to the State Bank of Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City Branch (SBV-HCMC), the credit growth in the city was at 8 percent last year.
Credit growth in 2020 not as high as expected

Credit growth in 2020 not as high as expected

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) said that by December 31, last year, the credit outstanding balance of the economy nearly touched VND9.2 quadrillion, an increase of about 12.13 percent compared to 2019, at a meeting to deploy the tasks of the banking sector in 2021 held in Ho Chi Minh City on January 7.