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Figure 1-1. Research structure of the thesis - overview
Figure 1-2. Research approach
Figure 2-1. Structure of the thesis – overview Chapter 2
2.1.5 The New corporate governance
2.2 Characteristics of Corporate Governance system in Vietnam
2.2.1 The transformation to ‘Principle-agent’ relationship in the SOEs
2.2.2 Governance structure in the SOEs in Vietnam
Figure 2-2. Current relationship in a state-owned corporation - overview
2.2.3 Some shortcomings of the SOEs
2.3 Research framework
Figure 2-4. Model of “New Corporate Governance”
2.4 Conclusion
Figure 3-1. Structure of the thesis – Overview Chapter 3
3.1 Environmental and economic analysis
3.1.1 Political-legal situation
3.1.1.1 Milestones of socio-political development
Figure 3-2. Milestones in the recent development of Vietnam
3.1.1.2 Political system
Figure 3-3. Normalized political stability and violence index
3.1.1.3 The military
3.1.1.4 Vietnam’s Economic Law
3.1.2 Socio-cultural environment
3.1.2.1 Demographic situation
3.1.2.2 Income disparities
3.1.2.3 Education
3.1.2.4 The influence of cultural factors
3.1.3 Economic situation
3.1.3.1 Economic indicators
3.1.3.1.1 GDP Development
Figure 3-7. Economic Situation – GDP Development
3.1.3.1.2 Domestic savings
Figure 3-8. Domestic savings feed investment
3.1.3.1.3 Foreign trade and payments
Figure 3-9. Export situation
3.1.3.1.4 Inflation
3.1.3.1.5 Current account
3.1.3.1.6 FX reserves
3.1.3.1.7 Fiscal revenue
Figure 3-10. Fiscal revenue
3.1.3.2 Economic development
3.1.3.2.1 Development of the private sector
3.1.3.2.2 Foreign direct investment
Figure 3-11. Foreign direct investment
3.1.3.2.3 Privatization of SOEs
Figure 3-12. Numbers of privatizations
3.1.3.2.5 Infrastructure development
Figure 3-13. Infrastructure situation
3.1.3.2.6 Building capital market institutions
3.1.4 Conclusion
3.1.4.1 Vietnam compared with selected ASEAN countries
Table 3-1. Key figures of countries in ASEAN
Figure 3-14. Portfolio–Matrix of Country Attractiveness for Investment
Table 3-2. Country Attractiveness for Investment of Vietnam
3.1.4.3 Major challenges facing Vietnam
3.1.4.4 Development scenarios
Figure 3-15. Scenario analysis – GDP growth forecast to 2010
3.2 Banking market in Vietnam
3.2.1 Retail banking
3.2.1.1 Retail banking and the SME market
3.2.1.2 Retail banking and the consumer market
3.2.1.3 Consumer banking products
Figure 3-19. Overview of the loan limit in selected commercial banks
Figure 3-20. ATM/card alliances in Vietnam
Figure 3-21. Mortgage market indicators in Vietnam
3.2.2 Investment products
- Secondary market for bad debt disposal
3.2.2.1 Secondary market for bad debt disposal
3.2.2.2 Stock lending
3.2.3 Other financial services
- Non Life Insurance
3.2.3.1 Life Insurance
3.2.3.2 Non Life Insurance
Figure 3-22. Growth of the life insurance premium income in Vietnam
3.2.4. Conclusion
3.2.4.1 Market penetration
3.2.4.2 Rate of growth in loans and deposits
3.2.4.3 Oligopolistic banking market
3.2.4.4 Lending practices
3.2.4.5 Product offerings
3.2.4.6 Quantity of non-performing loans
Figure 3-24. Banking NPLs 2005
3.2.4.7 Consumer credit bureau
3.3 Banking industry in Vietnam
3.3.1 State Bank of Vietnam (Central Bank)
3.3.2 State-Owned Commercial Banks (SOCBs)
Figure 3-25. SOCBs before 1988 and now76
Figure 3-26. Markevt share of SOCBs
Figure 3-27. Relative size of top 17 CBs in term of charted capital (bn)
3.3.2.1 Bank for Foreign Trade: Vietcombank (VCB)
Table 3-3. Vietcombank
3.3.2.2 Industrial and Commercial Bank: Incombank
Table 3-4. Incombank
3.3.2.3 Bank of Investment and Development: BIDV
Table 3-5. Bank of Investment and Development
Table 3-6. Agribank
3.3.2.5 Mekong Housing Bank (MHB)
Table 3-7. Mekong Housing Bank
3.3.3 Joint-Stock Banks (JSCBs)
Table 3-8. JSCBs valuation and forecast
3.3.3.1 Asia Commercial Bank
Table 3-9. Asia Commercial Bank ACB
3.3.3.2 Sacombank
Table 3-10. Sacombank
3.3.4 Foreign Banks & Joint Venture Banks
Table 3-11. Recent investments by foreign banks in local JSBs
3.3.5 Competition in the banking industry
Figure 3-28. Customer segments served by types of banks
3.3.6 Conclusion
3.3.6.1 Tendency of consolidation
3.3.6.2 Undercapitalisation
3.3.6.3 Raising capital
3.3.6.4 Investment in information technology
3.3.6.5 Improving management and governance
3.4 SWOT and critical business issues
3.4.1 Opportunities and Threats of the Banking Sector in Vietnam
Figure 3-29. Overview of Opportunities and Threats
4.1 Background
4.2 First Survey: Survey about the overall situation in Vietnam
4.2.1 Objectives of the First Survey
4.2.2 Targeted group
4.2.3 Research Methodology
4.2.4 Overview about the respondents
Figure 4-2. Personal data of the respondents
Figure 4-3. Status of the participated firm
4.3 Second Survey in the banking sector
4.3.1 Objectives of the Second Survey
4.3.2 Targeted group
4.3.3 Research Methodology
4.3.4 Overview about the respondents
Figure 4-4. Some facts about the banks’ BoD in the Second Survey
4.4.1 Vision & Strategy
Figure 4-7. Steps in the strategy process
Figure 4-8. Composition of the strategy project team
Figure 4-9. Strategic control
4.4.2 Organisational Structure and Governance
Figure 4-11. Committees at Bank2
Figure 4-14. Companies which do not have Audit committees
Figure 4-15. Committees at the Board level
Figure 4-16. Committees on the Top Management level
Figure 4-17. Risk Management Group
4.4.3. Leadership
Figure 4-18. Number of members of boards in Vietnam
Figure 4-19. Combined structure of the boards of directors
4.4.4 Board culture
Figure 4-20. Corporate culture of the questioned companies
4.4.5. Systems utilized by BoD’s to fulfill their responsibilities
4.4.5.1 Selection of members of the BoD and Top Management
4.4.5.2 Remuneration of board members
4.4.5.3 Evaluation of members of Board and Top Management
4.4.5.4 Development of board members
4.4.6 Information and communications
4.5 Recommendations mainly for the banking sector
CHAPTER 5: IMPLICATIONS
5.1 Implications for research
5. 2 Implications for teaching
5.3 Implications for practice
Annex I: Interviewers list
ANNEX II: First Survey
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Analysis of the Vietnamese Banking Sector

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