Phan Van Anh Vu, 25 others prosecuted for Dong A Bank’s huge loss Society

Phan Van Anh Vu, 25 others prosecuted for Dong A Bank’s huge loss

The Supreme People’s Procuracy has completed an indictment to prosecute Phan Van Anh Vu, former chairman of the board of Bac Nam 79 Construction Joint Stock Company, and 25 others for causing economic losses of up to 3.6 trillion VND (160 million USD) to the Dong A Bank (DAB).
20-year prison term proposed for ex-Chairman of VNCB Society

20-year prison term proposed for ex-Chairman of VNCB

A 20-year prison term has been proposed for Pham Cong Danh, ex-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Construction Bank (VNCB), for his involvement in the case of “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management, causing severe consequences” at VNCB.
Court upholds sentence against Dinh La Thang in OceanBank case Society

Court upholds sentence against Dinh La Thang in OceanBank case

The High-Level People’s Court in Hanoi on June 26 upheld the charges and sentences against Dinh La Thang and five of his accomplices in the case involving the National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam)’s contribution of 800 billion VND to the Ocean Commercial Joint Stock Bank (OceanBank).
Appeal trial begins on case involving PetroVietnam, OceanBank Society

Appeal trial begins on case involving PetroVietnam, OceanBank

The High-Level People’s Court in Hanoi began to hear the appeals of Dinh La Thang and his accomplices in the case involving the National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam)’s contribution of 800 billion VND to the Ocean Commercial Joint Stock Bank (OceanBank).
Appeal trial on PVC case: Trinh Xuan Thanh withdraws appeal Society

Appeal trial on PVC case: Trinh Xuan Thanh withdraws appeal

The Supreme People’s Court on May 7 began the appeal trial of the case on “asset embezzlement” and “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management, causing severe consequences” at PetroVietnam Construction JSC (PVC), a subsidiary of the national oil and gas giant PetroVietnam (PVN).
Prison sentences proposed for defendants at OceanBank-PetroVietnam trial Society

Prison sentences proposed for defendants at OceanBank-PetroVietnam trial

A prison term from 18 to 19 years has been proposed for Dinh La Thang, former Chairman of the Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam), who was accused of wrongdoings in the group’s investment of 800 billion VND (over 35 million USD) into the Ocean Commercial Joint Stock Bank (OceanBank).
Court requests further investigation into Construction Bank case Society

Court requests further investigation into Construction Bank case

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court on February 7 decided to return the dossier of the case “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management causing severe consequences” at the Vietnam Construction Bank (VNCB, now Construction Bank – CB), and requested further investigation.
Trinh Xuan Thanh claims innocence, Dinh La Thang asks for leniency Society

Trinh Xuan Thanh claims innocence, Dinh La Thang asks for leniency

Twelve out of 22 defendants in the “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management, causing severe consequences” case in PetroVietnam Construction Joint Stock Corporation (PVC), have lodged their appeals, two weeks after the Court of Hanoi declared the judgments.
Construction bank case: defendants ask for clemency Society

Construction bank case: defendants ask for clemency

Pham Cong Danh, ex-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Construction Bank (VNCB, present name CB), said before court that all the money involved in the case of “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management causing severe consequences” in VNCB was used to serve the bank’s operation, not personal purposes.
Defendants in PVC trial make self-defence Society

Defendants in PVC trial make self-defence

Trinh Xuan Thanh, former Chairman of PetroVietnam Construction Joint Stock Corporation (PVC), and other defendants in the trial for several charges of wrongdoings defended themselves during the trial’s argument on January 13 and 14.