The Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam opened three additional branches in Ho Chi Minh City.
The three new branches, located in Phu Nhuan District, District 1 and District 6, has raised the lender’s total number of branches nationwide to 117, 12 of them being in Ho Chi Minh City.
The three new branches will operate following a new model, aiming to provide customers with the best services in the banking industry including point of sale payment, internet banking and other card-based services.
The bank aims to acquire combined assets worth VND6 trillion or US$288 million from the three new branches in the next three years.
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