Saigon-Hanoi Bank Lao

Lanexang Street Hatsadytai Village Chanthabuly District Vientiane, Laos

About Saigon-Hanoi Bank Lao

Saigon – Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SHB) was established under Decision No. 214/QÐ-NH5 dated 13/11/1993; Decision No. 93/QÐ-NHNN dated 20/1/2006 and Decision No. 1764/QÐ-NHNN dated 11/9/2006. Over 22 years of development, SHB is proud of being one of commercial banks with leading pace of growth in Vietnam, achieving lots of outstanding successes thanks to its comprehensive development strategy along with social corporate responsibility performance.

On basis of “Solid partners – Flexible solutions” motto and innovation-led business strategy for benefits of customers and prosperity of shareholders – investors, SHB always gains the satisfaction of customers and partners with specialized, convenient, quality and competative banking products, services as well as professional style.

After the sucessful acquisition of Hanoi Housing Bank (Habubank), as of 31/06/2015, SHB became a large-scale financial institution in Vietnam with total assets of VND 170,000 billion, charter capital of VND 9,000 billion, more than 2 million personal and institutional clients, above 5,000 staffs, a widespread network of over 400 branches and transaction offices all over the country and 03 branches in Laos and Cambodia. Thanks to non-stop efforts during the 22-year history, SHB has been awared many notable national and international certificates of merit, awards in acknowledgement of collective and individual achievements. Typically, on the Bank’s 20th Anniversary, SHB was honorably presented Second Class Labor Medal by the President of Vietnam.

Thanks to outstanding achievements, SHB is now among Top 5 largest private commercial banks in Vietnam and is paying great efforts to become a Vietnam’s leading modern multi-functional retail Bank. By 2020, SHB would become a strong financial holding group under international standards.

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