Vietnamese financial group breaches US$1bn revenue mark

Vietnamese financial group breaches US$1bn revenue mark

Vietnamese financial group breaches US$1bn revenue mark Bao Viet Group has become the first financial and insurance company in Vietnam to exceed US$1 billion in revenues for the year.
 
According to the company’s initial results for 2016, the group’s total revenue has reached VND24 trillion (US$1.07 billion), fulfilling its yearly target. It was 13.3% higher than last year’s revenue of VND20.8 billion.
 
Data from Vietnam’s Insurance Supervisory Authority show that Bao Viet had a 28.7% market share in life insurance for the first half of 2016, ranking first in the country. For non-life insurance, Bao Viet had a 16.8% market share, placing it in second behind PVI.
 
A formerly state-owned company, Bao Viet was converted into a publicly traded corporation in 2007. Its goal is to be the leading Vietnamese insurer in both life and non-life businesses, as well as in fund management. It currently operates 170 branches across the country.
 

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