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  • 11 February 2015: Vietnam is projected to become world’s 22nd largest economy by 2050: PwC
    Vietnam is projected to become the 22nd largest economy in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms in 2050 according to PwC. The Southeast Asian country, along with Nigeria and the Philippines, are the “notable risers” in the global GDP rankings in the long term, reflecting relatively high projected average growth rates of around 4.5-5.5 percent per annum over the period to 2050.

  • 6 February 2015: Quach Thanh Chau shared his expert view at 'Solutions for stock market improvement 2015" by State Securities Commission of Vietnam
    On 6 February 2015, our Assurance partner, Quach Thanh Chau attended the "Solutions for stock market improvement" conference organised by State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) and shared his expert view on 3 major areas of financial reporting: transparency and information publishing, business administration, internal audit.

  • 4 February 2015: Vietnam, a steady star in the ASEAN region by Nguyen Luong Hien, Associate Director, Deals - Strategy and Stephen Gaskill, Partner – Advisory, PwC Vietnam
    Among the ASEAN economies, Vietnam is one to watch in the near term. Despite global economic uncertainty, foreign investors remain optimistic about the ASEAN region’s prospects; and within ASEAN, Vietnam has proven an attractive destination for direct investment (FDI) in recent years because of its strong growth and young population. As more foreign manufacturers move their manufacturing hubs to Vietnam because of affordable labour costs compared to Thailand or China, this is a window of opportunity for the country to attract a bigger slice of the global manufacturing pie. To keep the momentum going, economic, banking and state-owned enterprise (SOE) reforms will be needed to instill greater confidence among both local and overseas investors.

  • 5 January 2015: For safety and growth
    Nguyen Hoang Nam, Assurance Partner shared his views on the Circular 36/2014/TT-NHNN issue on Vietnam Economic Times. According to Nam, Circular 36 is seen to meet the market expectations in order to strengthen the quality of banking operation through setting and monitoring important prudential ratios applicable for banking operation.




  • 17 December 2013: PwC wins 2013 Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise Award
    PwC was recently announced as winner for the 12th time of the Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award 2013. Read more.

  • 21 October 2013: ERM – making enterprises become more agile and risk resilient
    Organisations can leverage on ERM to transform their organisations to become more risk resilient and agile in responding to uncertainties. Read more.

  • 30 September 2013: Innovation brings in opportunities
    "Innovation" has been a word mentioned by many in the current economic context. But where to start and how to manage risks from innovation? Michael Thomas Szczepnski, Director of Advisory Services of PwC Vietnam, has talked with the Saigon Financial Investment about this.

  • 23 August 2013: Michael Szczepanski talked at Vietnam CEO Summit 2013 (VITV)
    Growth through innovation is the solution for Vietnam's enterprises.

  • 30 July 2013: Vietnamese firms need time to list on foreign bourses
    Vietnamese companies generally need around 2 to 3 years to prepare for an overseas listing, given the differences between international and Vietnamese accounting standards, as well as the high standards required for corporate governance and internal controls, Tony Dang Quoc Tuan, Capital Market Services Leader of PwC Vietnam, tells Vietweek.

  • 29 July 2013: Sustainable Development Report: Taking the first steps (Dau Tu Chung Khoan)
    "Investment in sustainable development is investment in the future", said Nguyen Viet Thinh, Director of Advisory Services, PwC Vietnam. He was the Chairman of the Judgement Panel of the Sustainable Reporting Awards 2013. Read more...

  • 8 July 2013: BIDV upgrades IT system (Saigon Times Daily, Banking Times)
    PwC assisted in investigating and assessing the current status of the core IT system of BIDV for meeting the bank’s business strategies at present and in future, as well as the requirements from BIDV Board of Management. Read more...

  • 1 July 2013: PwC urges firms to embrace ERM (Vietnam Investment Review)
    PwC Vietnam's advisory director Edward Chien writes that it is high time local enterprises took Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) seriously to become more risk resilient. Read more...

  • June 2013: ERM – transforming the organisation to become more agile and risk resilient (Vietnam Securities Review)
    Enterprise Risk Management (“ERM”) has been a subject matter discussed frequently with consultants such as PwC in recent times. It is heartening that businesses in Vietnam are seeing the benefits of having structured processes to identify, assess, mitigate and monitor their key risks. Read more...

  • June 2013: Actively involved (Vietnam Economic Times)
    With her greatest asset - an extensive understanding of and experience in Vietnam's business environment, Ms. Dinh Thi Quynh Van, General Director of PwC Vietnam, has played an important role in the country's tax consulting industry.

  • April 2013: PwC Vietnam honoured with Prime Minister’s Certificate of Merit for its Achievements in Building & Developing Tax Consulting Service Market in Vietnam (Read more here: Vietnam Investment Review, Vietnam Investment Review Online, Dau Tu, Vietnam Business Forum, VnEconomy)
    PwC Vietnam and Ms. Dinh Thi Quynh Van, General Director of PwC Vietnam, were honoured to receive the Prime Minister’s Certificate of Merit for their achievements in building and developing tax consulting service market in Vietnam over the past 5 years, from 2008 to 2012. The Certificates of Merit were presented at the Second Term meeting of the Vietnam Tax Consultants’ Association (VTCA) held on 26 April 2013 at the office of the Ministry of Finance in Hanoi.

  • 1 April 2013: VietinBank replaces Core Banking System (VITV)