Global Bank Directory
As of March 2022 there were a total of 46 commercial banks operating in the Vietnamese banking sector.
Vietnam's central bank | SWIFT/BIC Codes in Vietnam
ABBank | Ho Chi Minh City Update: 2020-08-17
ABBank (An Binh bank) is one of the leading commercial bank in Viet nam, focusing on retail banking, adopting the best international practices, extensively applying information technology, and developing core compentemcies to effectively compete with other local and foreign banks operating in Vietnam.
Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam | Hanoi Update: 2023-08-06
Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) is a large state-owned bank in Vietnam. It is the nation's number one bank in net income and the second biggest bank in asset. BIDV is a universal commercial bank providing a full range of currency, credit, banking and non-banking services, and acting as authorized agency funding projects with sources from domestic and international financial institutions.
HDBank | Ho Chi Minh City Update: 2020-11-25
Ho Chi Minh City Development Bank (HDBank) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Vietnam.
Indovina Bank (IVB) | Hochiminh City Update: 2023-03-21
Indovina Bank Ltd. (IVB) is the first joint venture bank in Vietnam. The Bank has become one of the foremost financial links for foreign companies investing and doing business in Vietnam.
Sacombank | Ho Chi Minh City Update: 2017-10-28
Sai Gon Thuong Tin Bank (Sacombank) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Vietnam. The Bank offers short, medium, and long-term deposits, personal and business loans, foreign exchange trading, international trade financing, asset management, financial leasing, and remittance services, and appraisal services.
SeABank | Hanoi Update: 2020-01-06
Southeast Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SeABank) is one the first Vietnamese commercial joint stock banks. The Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services including checking and savings accounts, debit and credit cards, local and international payments, foreign currency trading, business checking and savings accounts, business loans, etc.
TienPhong Commercial Joint Stock Bank | Hanoi City Update: 2015-10-26
TienPhong Commercial Joint Stock Bank (TPBank) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Vietnam. The Bank offers current and savings accounts, personal loans, car loans, home loans, debit and credit cards, internet banking, money transfer, gold trading services, and tuition collection and intermediary bank services for real-estate payment, trading, and transfer.
VietinBank | Ha Noi Update: 2015-12-11
VietinBank (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).
Vietnam International Bank (VIB) | Ha Noi Update: 2023-09-03
Vietnam International Bank (VIB, formerly Vietnam International Commercial Joint Stock Bank) conducts its operations in the three main fields, including corporate banking services, personal banking services, and institutional banking services.
Vietnam-Russia Joint Venture Bank | Hanoi Update: 2023-09-03
Vietnam-Russia Joint Venture Bank (VRB) offers a wide range of banking services in the developing market of Vietnam working both with Russian and Vietnamese companies, and individuals. The bank has been actively developing its branch network. Today, VRB has six points of presence which include the largest economic centers of Vietnam (Hanoi, Hochiminh and Vung Tau). Besides, a subsidiary of VRB is operating in Moscow.