Bamboo Airways to go IPO next year Business

Bamboo Airways to go IPO next year

Bamboo Airways, a subsidiary of real estate developer FLC Group, is planning to issue an initial public offering (IPO) in 2020 to serve its expansion plans.
UPCoM looks to boost investor confidence Business

UPCoM looks to boost investor confidence

The Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) has gained less attention compared to the Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi stock exchanges in the past few months, but there are some names expected to boost investor confidence.
New securities law is a better fit for market Business

New securities law is a better fit for market

The new amended draft law on securities was revised based on the inheritance of the current Securities Law, broadening the scope of regulation and adopting a new approach more suited to market condition and overcoming the remaining limitations of the current law.
Global investors eye Vietnam’s real estate market World

Global investors eye Vietnam’s real estate market

Foreign investors cannot take their eyes off the Vietnamese real estate market, one of the most dynamic emerging markets globally, according to an article by regional managing director, Southeast Asia, CBRE Vikram Kohli on www.bussinesstimes.com.sg.
Doubts remain over EVN’s sub-unit IPOs Business

Doubts remain over EVN’s sub-unit IPOs

The failure of the Power Generation Corporation 3 (Genco 3) to sell its stake through initial public offering (IPO) has raised concerns about the upcoming IPOs of the two other similar companies – Genco 1 and Genco 2 – at the end of this year.
M&As in banking sector encouraged Business

M&As in banking sector encouraged

The Government plans not to license any more wholly foreign-owned banks in Vietnam but encourages foreign banks to buy weak domestic banks, said Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue.
SOEs divestment lags behind schedule Business

SOEs divestment lags behind schedule

The equitisation plans of eight State-owned enterprises (SOE) were approved in the first half of 2018, with a total value of 29.37 trillion VND (1.29 billion USD), including more than 15.16 trillion VND (667.04 million USD) of State capital, the Ministry of Finance has reported.