July 14, 2017 / 8:29 AM / 5 months ago

TABLE-Vietnam banks' assets, registered capital

    July 14 (Reuters) - The following table updates the assets and
registered capital of banks in Vietnam, based on their latest published
reports.
    NOTE: * Updated; unit: billions of dong   
    
 FULLY STATE-OWNED BANKS                MM/YR       ASSETS      REG CAP
 Agribank                                12-16   1,000,000.00      29,126
 #Vietnam Development Bank               12-14   324,526.87        14,159
 #Vietnam Bank for Social Policies       12-16    162,400.00       10,696
 Dai Duong Bank                          06-14    68,783.30         4,000
 Global Petro Bank           (GP Bank)   09-11    32,000.00         3,018
 Construction Bank                       12-11    27,171.30         3,000
 Co-operative Bank of Vietnam            12-16    27,068.00         3,394
 State Bank of Vietnam       (SBV)                                 10,000
 
  NOTES: 
    # are policy lenders
    * Assets value for Agribank is an estimated figure provided in an
Agribank statement
    
 PARTLY PRIVATE BANKS: 31               MM/YR       ASSETS      REG CAP
 BIDV                                    03-17   1,026,251.64      34,187
 VietinBank                              03-17  *1,030,000.00      37,234
 Vietcombank                             03-17     794,278.97      35,978
 Sai Gon Commercial Bank         (SCB)   12-16     361,682.37      14,295
 Saigon Thuong Tin Bank                  06-17    *352,683.00      18,852
 Military Bank                           03-17     250,066.01      17,127
 Technological & Commercial Bank         03-17     232,522.12       8,878
 Asia Commercial Bank                    12-16     233,680.88       9,377
 Sai Gon Hanoi Bank                      12-16    *247,910.48      11,197
 Vietnam Prosperity Bank      (VPBank)   03-17    *229,847.13     *10,765
 Lien Viet Post Bank             (LPB)   03-17     138,023.16       6,460
 Eximbank                                03-17     132,826.77      12,355
 Maritime Bank                   (MSB)   12-16     *92,605.86      11,750
 HCMC Development Bank        (HDBank)   12-16    *150,294.27       8,100
 Vietnam Public Bank       (PVcomBank)   12-15      98,605.44       9,000
 Vietnam International Bank      (VIB)   03-17     105,981.52       5,644
 Dong Nam A Bank             (SeABank)   06-16      91,595.11       5,466
 Tien Phong Bank              (TPBank)   09-16      89,507.68       5,842
 Dong A Bank                     (DAB)   12-14      87,108.00       5,000
 An Binh Bank                 (ABBank)   03-17     *71,622.69       5,319
 Bac A Bank          (North Asia Bank)   03-17      79,519.84       5,000
 National Citizen Bank (NCB)             03-17     *68,139.68       3,010
 Phuong Dong Bank                (OCB)   06-17      72,755.00       4,000
 Viet A Bank                     (VAB)   12-16     *61,465.19       3,500
 Nam A Bank          (South Asia Bank)   03-17     *45,569.04       3,021
 Viet Capital Bank                       12-15      29,579.00       3,000
 Kien Long Bank                          03-17      32,216.14       3,000
 Petrolimex Group Bank       (PG Bank)   03-17     *29,366.21       3,000
 Bao Viet Bank                           06-14      20,857.70       3,150
 Saigon Cong Thuong Bank  (Saigonbank)   03-17     *19,288.43       3,080
 Vietnam Thuong Tin Bank    (Vietbank)   12-12      16,844.70       3,000
    
 FULLY FOREIGN-OWNED BANKS: 8                                
 HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd                 12-16    71,138.05       7,528
 ANZ Bank  (Vietnam) Ltd                 12-15    46,097.00       3,000
 Shinhan Vietnam Bank Ltd                12-16    54,955.15       4,547
 Standard Chartered Bank (Vietnam) Ltd   12-12    24,071.70       3,080
 Hong Leong Bank Vietnam Ltd             12-14     7,013.80       3,000
 Public Bank Vietnam Ltd                 12-16    13,448.27       3,000
 CIMB Vietnam                                                     3,203
 Woori Bank Vietnam                                                    
            
 INVESTMENT BY FOREIGN BANKS/INVESTORS in Vietnamese banks
 BNP Paribas                              20 pct of Oricombank
 Commonwealth Bank of Australia           20 pct of VIB
 Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank)            20 pct of ABBank
 Societe Generale                         20 pct of SeABank   
 United Overseas Bank                     20 pct of Phuong Nam
 Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ             19.73 pct of VietinBank
 HSBC Holdings Plc                        19.41 pct of Techcombank
 Standard Chartered Plc                   15.69 pct of ACB
 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp             15.07 pct of Eximbank
 Mizuho          Corporate Bank           15.00 pct of Vietcombank
 International Finance Corporation        4.99 pct of TPBank
    
 REGISTERED CAPITAL TARGET  (billions of dong)
 VietinBank                              49,209
                            
 Vietcombank                             35,978
 Agribank                                31,000
                            
 Sacombank                               14,852
                            
 Eximbank                                13,591
                            
 Sahabank                                11,197
                            
 ACB                                     10,273
 Lien Viet Post Bank                      9,000
                            
 HSBC Bank Vietnam                        7,528
                            
 SeABank                                  7,466
                            
 Dong A Bank                              6,000
                            
 VIB                                      5,500
                            
 An Binh Bank                             5,320
                            
 Bao Viet Bank                            5,200
                            
 OCB                                      5,000
 NCB                                      4,510
                            
 Viet A                                   4,200
                            
 Nam A/Saigonbank                         4,000
                            
 Kien Long                                3,600
                            
   
 Date       2015 M&A, APPROVED BY SBV                                 
 Feb. 2     SBV acquires Vietnam Construction Bank                    
 March 23   Maritime Bank - Mekong Development Bank                   
 March 24   Public Bank Bhd to buy BIDV stake in VID                  
            Public Bank                                   
 April 23   BIDV - Mekong Housing Bank                                
 April 25   SBV acquires Dai Duong Bank                               
 July 7     SBV takes over GP Bank                                    
            M&A EXPECTED IN 2015                                      
 April 14   VietinBank - PG Bank                                      
 April 20   Sacombank - Phuong Nam Bank                               
 July 10    Siam Commercial Bank to take over Vinasiam                
    Vietnam caps foreign ownership in a domestic bank at 30 percent, with
a 15-percent limit for a non-strategic investor. A foreign bank can own
10 percent and a non-bank investor that is not a strategic investor can
own 5 percent.
    The government allows a foreign strategic investor to own 20 percent
in a Vietnamese bank.
    In April 2015, the government said it would issue a decree soon to
allow foreigners to own more than 30 percent of a Vietnamese bank.
 
    No further decision has been made since.
    The banking system includes 51 foreign bank branches, two joint
venture banks, 16 financial firms and 11 financial leasing companies.
There are also nearly 50 foreign bank representative offices.    
    Vietnam, with a population of nearly 93 million, had issued 101.94
million bank cards at the end of March 2016, up 2.4 percent from the end
of 2015, SBV data showed.
    Vietnam allowed nine mergers and acquisitions in 2015 as part of the
country's banking sector reform that started in early 2012.
    
    ($1=22,736 dong)

 (Reporting by My Pham; Editing by Biju Dwarakanath)
  

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