VNBA is a voluntary professional organization of credit institutions in Vietnam; it operates in a voluntary principle of autonomy and self-responsibility; it gathers and motivates its Members to cooperate and support one another in their operations; it protects legitimate rights and interests of the Members; it acts as a link between the Members and the government agencies; it aims at stable,
effective, prudential, and healthy development of the credit institutions of Vietnam and contributes to the implementation of the monetary policies for socio-economic development. VNBA currently has 53 members, including 39 commercial banks, 2 joint-venture banks, and 11 finance companies. VNBA joined the ASEAN Bankers Association (ABA) on September 8, 1995, right after Vietnam became a full member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). VNBA is a full member and has official representatives at all the ABA Permanent Committees. VNBA has so far established relation of cooperation with more than 30 banks associations of such countries, regions, and territories as ASEAN, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, Sweden, Poland, Europe, the United States, and Canada. VNBA is a full member and has official representatives at all the ABA Permanent Committees. VNBA is a full member of the Asian Bankers Association and a national representative of the APEC Financiers Group, an organization under the annual APEC Finance Ministers Conference. VNBA signed a memorandum of understanding on bilateral cooperation with the Lao Bankers' Association on June 21, 1999, and with the Banks Association of the Federation of Russia on November 11, 2007. VNBA successfully hosted the 30th ASEAN Banking Council Meeting and 13th ASEAN Banking Conference (2000) and the 37th ASEAN Banking Council Meeting (2007) of the ASEAN Bankers Association in Hanoi. It also took part in organizing successfully the Asian Banker Summit in Hanoi in March 2008.Live Preview
Backbase’s Digital-First Banking Platform powers seamless customer experiences, unifying data and functionality from core banking systems and innovative fintech partners. We believe it is vital that banks evolve and maintain superior digital experiences in order to retain privileged control of the customer relationship, drive efficiency, stave off new competition and continue to grow.
More than 100 large financials around the world have benefitted from Backbase’s omni-channel, Digital-First Banking Platform, including ABN AMRO, AIB, Barclays, Banamex, Bank United, BNP Paribas, Central1, Citi bank, Citizens bank, CheBanca!, HDFC, Hiscox, IDFC First, KeyBank, Lloyds Banking Group, Metrobank, Navy Federal Credit Union, PostFinance, RBC, Societe Generale and Westpac. Industry analysts continue to recognize Backbase’s front runner position. Backbase was named a Leader in the Forrester Wave (TM): Digital Banking Engagement Platforms, Q3 2019. The 2019 Ovum Decision Matrix lists Backbase as the Ultimate Digital Banking Platform Market Leader.Live Preview
Finastra unlocks the potential of people and businesses in finance, creating a platform for open innovation. Formed in 2017 by the combination of Misys and D+H, we provide the broadest portfolio of financial services software in the world today—spanning retail banking, transaction banking, lending, and treasury and capital markets.
Our solutions enable customers to deploy mission critical technology on premises or in the cloud. Our scale and geographical reach means that we can serve customers effectively, regardless of their size or geographic location—from global financial institutions, to community banks and credit unions. Through our open, secure and reliable solutions, customers are empowered to accelerate growth, optimize cost, mitigate risk and continually evolve to meet the changing needs of their customers. 48 of the world’s top 50 banks use Finastra technology.Live Preview
GBG is a global technology specialist in fraud, location and identity data intelligence with offices in 18 locations worldwide. For over 30 years, GBG has been accessing and verifying identities, to the standards set by financial regulators, of more than 4.4 billion people worldwide or 57% of the world’s population.
GBG has a network of over 270+ global partnerships and access to 510+ datasets to provide data with accuracy and integrity. In the fraud category, GBG manages end-to-end fraud and compliance needs across a range of industries including financial services (international, regional and local banks, auto finance companies, P2P lending, mutual companies, and credit unions), government services, retail, betting and wagering. Some of our customers include 90% of top tier banks in Malaysia, BNP Paribas Personal Finance in Spain, regional banks like HSBC, and major wagering players like Tabcorp.Live Preview
Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) is an initiative of the HCMC Department of Science and Technology (DOST) with the support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Mekong Business Initiative (MBI), aiming to construct and coordinate the HCMC Entrepreneurship & Innovation Ecosystem,
to integrate it with the global community, to connect public-private resources and to share these resources to the community. Its vision is to establish HCMC to become one of the leading startup & innovation hub in Southeast Asia.Live Preview
Vietnam Fintech Club (VietFintech), a voluntary and self-governed body, was established under Decision No. 119/QĐ-HHNH of the Vietnam Banks Association, issued by the General Secretary of VNBA. Its mission is to create an ecosystem that enables Vietnam to leverage the potential to become a world-class FinTech Hub. Members of VietFintech include fintech companies in Vietnam, as well as independent experts in finance, technology, and blockchain.
The Club provides a platform that facilitates connections, information and experience exchanges, as well as collaborative opportunities between members and international fintech communities. Its members have opportunities to engage with government authorities and multiple stakeholders to find solutions to accelerate the growth of fintech in Vietnam.Live Preview
Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM) established on June 25, 2007. VECOM is a non-governmental, non-profit organization whose members are enterprises, organizations, and individuals directly doing business with e-commerce; applications e-commerce into production, business; research activities, providing e-commerce services such as payment, delivery, sales, network infrastructure, etc.
VECOM advises and comments on policies related to e-commerce and information technology for state agencies. We are intermediary connecting enterprises with enterprises, enterprises with state agencies and domestic enterprises with foreign enterprises.Live Preview
Asia Briefing Ltd. is dedicated to providing individuals and enterprises with the latest business and regulatory news as well as expert commentary relating to conducting business in emerging Asia. The publishing house is a fully-owned subsidiary of Dezan Shira & Associates - a specialty foreign direct investment consulting firm with offices in China, Hong Kong, India, Vietnam and Singapore, alliances in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, as well as liaison offices in Italy, Germany and the United States.Live Preview
Brands Vietnam is the most comprehensive brand & marketing ecosystem, by offering a wide range of interconnected products to marketers.
Our mission is to provide intelligence into insights, knowledge, and connections to help marketers advance in career and build great brands.
We believe in a simple vision: better intelligence would lead to better brands and businesses, which ultimately contributes to better consumer lives and creates greater values for society.Live Preview