Overall, Vietnamese banking system experienced a relatively stable year in 2018. The sector recorded moderate credit growth. Sectors that could threaten the stability of the system such as non-production loans including high-end real estate, consumer loans and black credit market are to be closely monitored.
Macroeconomics, which provide the environment for the banking system, experienced a stable period with the highest GDP growth since 2012, tightly controlled inflation rate and the positive foreign inflows via trade and overseas remittance.
With only 6 months to go until 2020, Vietnam plans to speed up restructuring with multiple regulatory changes throughout the financial system. In this 2019 Banking Report, we aim to provide you with the latest industry updates, along with our local insight and analyses, to help you understand the unique opportunities and challenges that the Vietnamese banking system is facing.
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