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VietinBank

VietinBank logoVietinBank (Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade) is a leading financial services group in Vietnam and the second largest bank in Vietnam in terms of total assets and branch network. It is an established brand equity in credit, remittance and trade finance products, has the 2nd largest distribution network in Vietnam with more than 1,100 branches, transaction offices and savings counters nationwide, a leading card services platform and solid correspondent banking relationships with more than 1000 banks worldwide. Total assets: VND 460.6 trillion (as of December 31, 2011).

VietinBank operates its businesses through corporate banking business, including corporate savings, corporate loans, overseas remittance, trade financing, assets custody, financing leasing services and brokerage services; personal banking business, including personal savings, personal loans, investment banking, foreign exchange trading, card services.
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Headquarter Ha Noi, Vietnam
Key People Mr. Nguyen Van Thang (Chairman), Mr. Le Duc Tho (General Director)
Head Office 108 Tran Hung Dao, Ha Noi
Phone (84) 4 3941 8868
Fax (84) 4 3942 1032
Official Site www.vietinbank.vn Website
SWIFT Code ICBVVNVX
Founded 1988
ID: 1552. Updated: 11.12.2015
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28.12.2012 | VietinBank announced the signing of definitive agreements for the 20% strategic stake sale worth VND15.465 trillion, equivalent to US$743 million, to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. More
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