BIDV is building on Vietnam's growing economy. Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (or BIDV) is one of the country's largest state-owned commercial banks, with more than 100 branches, transaction offices, and subsidiary locations. BIDV was founded in 1957 and converted to a full commercial bank in 1995. The majority of its portfolio is in commercial loans -- primarily construction, manufacturing, and agricultural loans. Most borrowers are state-owned enterprises; the rest of the bank's portfolio also includes loans for state-directed projects. In addition to traditional lending and leasing, BIDV invests in companies, disperses government funds, and performs wholesale banking for World Bank projects.
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EMPLOYEES (All Sites)
- ASSETS (MIL USD) 65,217
REVENUE (MIL USD)
- TICKER SYMBOL BID
- Year Started 1957
- Incorporated 1993
- FISCAL YEAR END DEC
- SALES GROWTH % 5.18%
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Phan Duc TuChairperson
Le Ngoc LamDirector-General
Nguyen Thi Quynh GiaoDeputy Director General
Tran LongDeputy Director General