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15 Dec

 

Applying IFRS to reduce financial fraud and enhance information transparency

 

"The transformation to IFRS is basically a change in mind set and that's why this process faces many obstacles," Tran Hong Kien - Assurance Partner at PwC Vietnam commented on the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

 

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14 Dec

 

Vietcombank accomplished market risk management framework with PwC's advice

 

Vietcombank has cooperated with PwC Vietnam to build a market risk management framework according to Basel II. After almost 14 months, the project is nearing completion.

 

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11 Dec

 

Vietnam's tax system has made important progress

 

PwC's latest report on tax payment worldwide shows that Vietnam has made important progress in its tax system. However, some challenges remain. Read more on CafeBiz.

 

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11 Dec

 

Transform or get left behind

 

"Technological disruptions, changing demographics of consumers and growing affluence in the ASEAN region are amongst the key factors driving the need for transformation. As a growing business in ASEAN, you cannot rest on your laurels..." Sundara Raj - Chief Executive Officer of PwC's South East Asian Consulting Services, outlines the way forward for ASEAN companies on Vietnam Investment Review.

 

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28 Nov

 

Nasir Dao - Tax Legal Partner: M&A to become among the most attractive investment channels in Vietnam

 

M&A is the key for foreign investors to uplift their market expansion. When a M&A deal is completed, foreign investors will receive comprehensive support rather than starting their baby steps in a whole new market.

 

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17 Nov

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van: Optimising investment in technology and automation

 

For many businesses, applying technology and digitisation come with challenges in terms of costs and human resources. However, if businesses succeed in this endeavour, they will enjoy much higher efficiency than with traditional operations. More in Vietnam Economic Times' interview with Dinh Thi Quynh Van - PwC Vietnam's General Director. 

 

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10 Nov

 

Confidence levels high among business leaders

 

Confidence levels are high among business leaders in Vietnam, with up to 47% of foreign investors planning to increase their investments in the country over the next 12 months. This makes Vietnam the most attractive destination for planned increases in cross-border investments among the 21 APEC economies. Read more in Vietnam Economic Times' article about PwC's APEC CEO Survey 2017.

 

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10 Nov

 

PwC's Global Chairman lists three prerequisites for Vietnam to become an "investors' paradise"

 

In order to become an "investors' paradise", Vietnam needs a detailed roadmap for attracting investment, extensive tax reforms and a high-quality workforce. These were recommendations made by Robert Moritz - PwC's Global Chairman in an interview with VOV at the APEC CEO Summit 2017 in Da Nang city.

 

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09 Nov

 

PwC's Chief Economist: Vietnam should embrace Industry 4.0 as an opportunity 

 

"In the long run, Vietnam will need to shift its production to less labour-intensive manufacturing sectors and adopt new automation technologies such as AI and robotics to keep up with its international competitors. Vietnam should embrace Industry 4.0 as an opportunity rather than a threat", said John Hawksworth, PwC's Chief Economist in an article on Thoi bao Kinh te Sai Gon (Saigon Times).

 

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08 Nov

 

APEC CEO Survey 2017: Businesses are confident of future growth

 

"Positive sentiments can be seen in three areas; an expanding domestic economy, expectations of new growth from trade agreements and export expansion, along with a positive outlook on innovation in key sectors of opportunity," Dinh Thi Quynh Van, PwC Vietnam's General Director said at the APEC CEO Survey 2017 press conference.

 

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08 Nov

 

PwC's Global Chairman: "I have a very positive impression of Vietnam"

 

Talking with Vietnam News Agency, PwC's Global Chairman Bob Moritz shared his positive impression of Vietnam's economic potential. He also gave his views on major trends in the global economy and the APEC region. 

 

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08 Nov

 

Sridharan Nair: Automation is no longer a technology of the future

 

"Automation is no longer a future technology and APEC businesses are prepared to invest in training the workforce for automation", Sridharan Nair - Territory Senior Partner of PwC Malaysia/Vietnam told VOV reporters at the APEC Economic Leaders' Week 2017.

 

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07 Nov

 

Vietnam's Prime Minister met with PwC's Global Chairman

 

Vietnam's Prime Minister met with a number of top global organisations attending the Vietnam Business Summit 2017, including Robert E. (Bob) Moritz - Global Chairman of PwC.

 

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07 Nov

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van at Vietnam Business Summit: Vietnam is a leading emerging market

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van was a guest speaker at the Vietnam Business Summit, one of the main events at the 2017 APEC Economic Leaders' Week. She shared PwC's report 'Spotlight on Viet Nam', which explores the many positive potentials of the country. Read more on CafeF.

 

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06 Nov

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van: Strategies to win in Vietnam

 

As Vietnam continues to expand into a regional and global powerhouse, more and more businesses will decide to enter the market. Dinh Thi Quynh Van covers the key issues a firm must analyse before doing business in Vietnam in Vietnam Investment Review's special publication for APEC Vietnam 2017.

 

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06 Nov

 

Johnathan Ooi: Accurate valuations are key to luring FDI

 

"Valuation matters because it is the base on which foreign businesses will decide how much they are willing to fork out for their investment", Johnathan Ooi - PwC Vietnam's Deals Partner addressed the importance of valuation to attracting foreign investment on Vietnam Investment Review.

 

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04 Nov

 

Grant Dennis: How to grow a sustainable business in Vietnam

 

"A sustainable company will concentrate on two main objectives. First, their contributions must bring long-term concrete impact. Second, these activities must be in line with the company's strategic agenda," said Grant Dennis, Consulting Leader on Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times).

 

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26 Oct

 

Grant Dennis: Still many opportunities for luxury hotels 

 

In an interview with Saigon Times' Real Estate Market publication, Grant Dennis - Consulting Leader said that luxury hotels for tourists and businesspeople still have lots of opportunities for growth in Vietnam in the coming time.

 

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19 Oct

 

Johnathan Ooi: Vietnam companies should focus on core capabilities to attract foreign investment

 

"Vietnamese companies should restructure their business, simplify the organisation, and focus on core capabilities to better attract foreign strategic investors", said Johnathan Ooi, PwC Vietnam's Deals Partner at the 'Spotlight on Viet Nam' launch.

 

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19 Oct

 

Vietnam to become next outsourcing hotspot

 

"In the past decade, Vietnam has usually been known as a cheap production base for garments, textiles, and electronics parts. These activities provide no added value to the company and the country, while business process outsourcing does. The next generation of well-trained workers and better infrastructure can bring Vietnam up to higher-value-added outsourcing services,” said Dinh Thi Quynh Van, General Director of PwC Vietnam at the launch of PwC's 'Spotlight on Viet Nam' report.

 

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18 Oct

 

Grant Dennis: Vietnamese companies must have a ‘fit-for-growth’ approach

 

“In today’s volatile environment, the winners will be companies with an adaptive mindset that can position themselves strategically for the long haul by focusing on a few capabilities that differentiate them in the marketplace,” said Grant Dennis, PwC Vietnam’s Consulting Leader.

 

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23 Oct

 

Next generation of risk-weighted assets requires swift actions

 

Implementing the next generation of risk-weighted assets is no easy task yet banks must tackle it head-on, said Martin Neisen - PwC's Global Basel IV Leader and Dinh Hong Hanh - PwC Vietnam's Financial Services Consulting Director at a workshop with Vietnamese banks. Read more on Vietnam Investment Review. 

 

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07 Sep

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van addresses taxation of cross-border online business

 

"Taxation of cross-border services is a difficult issue for all countries, not just Vietnam. Verification of tax evasions needs to be done on a case-by-case basis and according to current laws, not by judgements or suspicions", Dinh Thi Quynh Van - General Director of PwC Vietnam said in an interview with CafeF.

 

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06 Sep

 

Industry 4.0 and the issue of personal income tax evasion

 

Talking with the online news site CafeF, PwC Vietnam's General Director Dinh Thi Quynh Van said that individuals are responsible for the self-declaration and payment of personal income tax, and Industry 4.0 does not necessarily give rise to tax evasions by Vietnamese tech engineers who earn millions of dollars. Read the interview to find out more.

 

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28 Aug

 

Nghiem Hoang Lan comments on MoF's proposal to amend capital assignment profits tax regulations

 

The Ministry of Finance has proposed changes to regulations governing the capital assignment profits tax (CAPT), which is expected to affect cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Speaking with Vietnam Investment Review, Tax Director Nghiem Hoang Lan shared some of her observations on this tax and the draft amendments.

 

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24 Aug

 

Applying International Financial Reporting Standards: Where to start?

 

"The first-time adoption of IFRS is not at all easy, especially when businesses have to collect and analyse historical financial information. This poses challenges to the human resources and IT systems that support the transition to IFRS", wrote Hoang Tuan Linh - Assurance Manager in an article on Dau tu Chung khoan.

 

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22 Aug 

 

PwC to advise BIC on developing its KPI system

 

PwC Vietnam and BIDV Insurance Corporation (BIC) have kicked off a project to develop BIC's Key Performance Indicator (KPI) system. Speaking at the kick-off ceremony, PwC Vietnam's Consulting Partner Grant Dennis said that PwC is committed to employing all available resources to make the project a success.

 

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24 Jul

 

Transforming corporate governance: Where to start?

 

"...in order to have an efficient corporate governance system and processes, the first priority is to set up a strong, competent and balanced board of directors consisting of executives and non-executives, independent and non-independent members", Hoang Hung - Vietnam Market Leader at PwC Vietnam said in an interview for Dau tu Chung khoan newspaper's special issue to mark the 10th Vietnam Annual Report Awards (ARA).

 

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07 Jul

 

VietinBank Insurance cooperates with PwC on IT consulting project

 

VietinBank Insurance (VBI) and PwC Vietnam signed an agreement on strategic IT consulting on 5 July 2017. Accordingly, PwC will deploy a consulting package that includes modelling future IT systems, building a development plan, implementing advanced IT solutions in the next five years and evaluating the maturity level of IT security at VBI.

 

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03 Jul

 

Lessons for cyber security crisis management from Petya malware attack

 

According to PwC's analysis of cyber attacks on businesses, those who have a Cyber Crisis Management plan and perform exercises and checks for different types of cyber incidents will be able to minimise the damage incurred, unlike those who are unprepared.

 

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26 Jun

 

Upgrading accounting standards: benefits and challenges

 

"If companies, particularly listed companies, choose to use IFRS for their financial reporting, it would give investors more ease in comparing with other listed companies in the region and the world. Of course, this is not an easy task," PwC Vietnam's Assurance Director Luong Thi Anh Tuyet wrote in an article on the benefits and challenges of upgrading Vietnam's accounting standards.

 

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24 Jun

 

Succession and professionalisation in family businesses

 

The most common risk factor leading to the failure of a family business is the succession process. Meanwhile, family businesses also need to professionalise their operations. What is the link between succession and professionalisation? Pham Dinh Doan - Chairman of the Vietnam Enterprise and Family Council and Hoang Hung - PwC Vietnam Partner recently discussed this issue on Dien dan Doanh nghiep newspaper.

 

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05 Jun

 

Bright long-term prospects for Asia’s new rising star

 

Since the introduction of the Doi moi policy in the late 1980s, Vietnam has been one of the strongest-growing economies in the world – and looks to build on these reforms to continue sustainably growing far into the future. John Hawksworth, Chief Economist at PwC, delves into the key success factors that will propel Vietnam to 2050 and beyond.

 

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31 May

 

Private sector is the key driver of Vietnam's growth

 

John Hawksworth, chief economist for PricewaterhouseCoopers in the UK (PwC UK), recently came to Vietnam to attend an APEC-related meeting as speaker. The Saigon Times Daily spoke with him about his views on Vietnamese and global economies.

 

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25 May

 

Addressing security risks from Internet of Things

 

Robert Trong Tran, Director of Cyber Security and Privacy Services at PwC Vietnam, discussed how organisations can protect themselves against security vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things (IoT). Read more on Vietnam Economic Times.

 

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23 May

 

Cyber-attacks have become a fact of life

 

The WannaCry ransomware has infected more than 300,000 devices in over 150 countries worldwide. This massive attack has pointed to the need for all organisations to take a formal approach to counter similar possible attacks in the future. Read on Vietnam Investment Review to see what advice our Director of Cyber Security and Data Privacy Services – Robert Trong Tran gave to organisations.

 

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11 May

 

Setting up internal audit within listed companies: Not that hard

 

"...for many listed companies in Vietnam, internal audit is still a new concept. And there are a lot of concerns over how to set up and run this business function in a cost-efficient manner, and in time to comply with the new law," Risk Assurance Director Xavier Potier wrote in a new article on Vietnam Investment Review. Read to find out more.

 

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01 May

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van: Work-life balance is a priority at PwC Vietnam

 

"At PwC Vietnam, we always prioritise work-life balance for our employees", shared our General Director Dinh Thi Quynh Van about the Flex+ Programme in order to create a flexible, professional and productive working environment. Read more on Dau tu Chung khoan.

 

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15 Apr

 

Robert Trong Tran: Cyber insurance is the main financial protection for enterprises

 

According to Robert Trong Tran, Director of Cyber Security Services at PwC Vietnam, while cyber defense is the main protection against hackers, cyber insurance is the main financial protection for enterprises, as it can enable them to swiftly recover operations after being compromised. Read more on Vietnam Economic Times.

 

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12 Apr

 

Joseph Vu on PwC's global transfer pricing podcast series

 

On this episode, transfer pricing specialist Joseph Vu discussed Vietnam’s recent transfer pricing decree and its impact on businesses operating in Vietnam. This decree is a major development of Vietnam’s transfer pricing regulations for the last 10 years in terms of transfer pricing enforcement and compliance. The new transfer pricing decree replaces the existing transfer pricing regulations and provides new compliance requirements.

 

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03 Apr

 

Accurate understanding of internal audit's function as third line of defence

 

Commenting on the current state of internal audit in Vietnam, PwC Vietnam partner Hoang Hung said, "Internal audit is mainly implemented in large-scale companies with complex and risky operations... In fact, this function is not being carried out systematically and internal auditors are not yet familiar with the latest internal audit requirements and practices." 

 

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20 Mar

 

Xavier Potier highlights importance of risk-based internal auditing

 

As the banking industry moves towards Basel II and seeks foreign capital for growth, it is high time that Vietnamese banks adopted the risk-based method for internal auditing. Xavier Potier, director of Risk Assurance Services at PwC Vietnam, shared his thoughts on the issue with Vietnam Investment Review.

 

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12 Mar

 

New transfer pricing decree: a step closer to international standards

 

In late February 2017, the Vietnamese government released the new transfer pricing Decree No. 20 ‘Providing tax administration applicable to enterprises having controlled transactions’, which will take effect from May 2017. According to Tax partner Nguyen Huong Giang, Decree 20 represents the most important development of the transfer pricing regime in Vietnam for the last 10 years, as it demonstrates Vietnam’s commitment to align with the global tax framework (BEPS) on transparency and anti-avoidance.

 

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09 Mar

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van: Tax incentives can help attract both local and foreign investment

 

"Tax incentives are a perfectly acceptable way of attracting both local and foreign investment and have a host of positive knock-on effects", said General Director Dinh Thi Quynh Van in a recent article on the Vietnam Economic Times. Read to find out more about the available tax incentives and their possible impacts on investors' decision making.

 

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24 Feb

 

Shareholders should have a greater say when selecting an independent auditor

 

As the season of annual general meetings nears, Dau tu Chung khoan newspaper interviewed Assurance partner Tran Hong Kien on the role of auditors in ensuring the transparency of financial reports. Kien emphasised the need for shareholders to have a greater say when their company selects an independent auditor as this is key to improving the quality of financial reports and thus, the protection of shareholders' rights.

 

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22 Feb

 

Bank restructuring and settling bad debts: We need to be more critical

 

The State Bank of Vietnam is drafting a special law to boost bank restructuring and settle bad debts, which would remove all the obstacles in the existing legal regulations. In a recent interview on Vietnam Investment Review, partner of Business Restructuring Services Dao Thi Thien Huong shared her thoughts on the restructuring of banks and settlement of bad debts in Vietnam, and provided ideas and recommendations to speed up this process.

 

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13 Feb

 

IFRS 15 - What should Vietnamese businesses be aware of?

 

IFRS 15 will become effective for the annual period beginning on or after 1 January 2018. According to Assurance Partner Tran Hong Kien, while IFRS 15 is not compulsory for businesses in Vietnam, getting to know IFRS 15 will help local entities familiarise  with additional areas being considered by the Vietnamese authorities in future guidance of revenue recognition in Vietnam.

 

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10 Feb

 

The need to professionalise family businesses

 

Many family businesses in Vietnam have thrived to become leading private business groups and contributed significantly to the economy. However, family businesses are facing challenges in professionalising their operations while implementing a succession plan. PwC Vietnam partner Hoang Duc Hung joined an in-depth interview with Dien dan Doanh nghiep newspaper on this matter.

 

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06 Jan

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van shares her views on 2017 business outlook

 

In an article published on the New Year issue of Vietnam Economic Times, General Director Dinh Thi Quynh Van wrote about the 2017 outlook for Vietnamese businesses. Drawing on the latest APEC CEO Survey results and her observations at the APEC CEO Summit in Peru late last year, Quynh Van pointed out the main issues facing local market players in a global economy marked by competition and protectionism. She also gave her advice on how regulators and businesses could work together to rise above the challenges and succeed.

 

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23 Dec

 

Tran Quoc Dung: Fintech has a big opportunity to change consumers' spending behaviour

 

Speaking with Nikkei Asian Review, Consulting partner Tran Quoc Dung said that "Fintech has a big opportunity to change Vietnamese consumers' spending behaviour, as those opening bank accounts and paying by card are growing". Read more on how fintech companies are driving cashless retail payments in Vietnam.

 

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20 Dec

 

Nguyen Hoang Nam on bank restructuring: five-year review & prospects to come

 

"It is obvious that the bank restructuring process will be carried out more thoroughly in the next phase, building on the positive outcomes of previous efforts. However, we should be more vigorous in carrying out proposed restructuring solutions to effectively solve the remaining challenges", Assurance partner Nguyen Hoang Nam wrote on Vietnam Investment Review. 

 

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12 Dec

 

Robert Trong Tran - Cyber security director on cyber threats along the supply chain

 

"As Vietnam's economy becomes more open and domestic manufacturers get involved more deeply in the global supply chain, they might miss out on many business opportunities if they don't take cyber crime seriously", said Director of Cyber Security Services Robert Trong Tran in a recent article on Nhip cau Dau tu.

 

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28 Nov

 

Cyber security Director Robert Trong Tran discusses cyber crime in banking

 

Cyber crime is a growing concern for society at large and the banking sector in particular, as evident in the increasing frequency of attacks on personal bank accounts in Vietnam recently. With an aim to explore this issue and the cyber security measures of Vietnamese organisations, Vietnam Financial Times has conducted an interview with PwC Vietnam's Cyber security Director Robert Trong Tran.

 

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15 Nov

 

Time to strike

 

Director of Deals/Strategy Nguyen Luong Hien shared his insights on Vietnam Economic Times regarding Vietnam's growing start-up scene and investment prospects. He stated that it's now the time to get involved in this ecosystem, as tech start-ups are poised to grow fast thanks to the relentless efforts from the government and other important stakeholders. Read to find out more.

 

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04 Nov

 

Joseph Vu discusses draft transfer pricing decree on Vietnam Financial Times

 

Director of Tax - Transfer Pricing Joseph Vu was recently interviewed by the Vietnam Financial Times (Thời báo Tài chính Việt Nam) on the Ministry of Finance's draft transfer pricing decree. He shared his thoughts about how the transfer pricing decree will create a more solid legal basis for transfer pricing administration and be in line with the changes in the transparency and anti-tax avoidance efforts. Read to find out more.

 

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07 Oct

 

Nguyen Luong Hien discusses fintech landscape in Vietnam

 

Financial services tech startups (fintech) have become the rising stars of Vietnam's startup community, especially after Standard Chartered and Goldman Sachs invested in local fintech MoMo. Nguyen Luong Hien, Director of PwC Vietnam’s Deals Strategy Services, talked to Dau tu Chung khoan about the prospects and challenges when investing in fintech in Vietnam. 

 

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16 Sep

 

Coordinated defense against cybercriminals

 

The cyber incidents that have taken place since the beginning of 2016 could have been prevented if threat intelligence had been actively shared between organisations. Robert Trong Tran, Director of Cybersecurity Services penned an article on Vietnam Economic Times about the importance of sharing threat intelligence in the global war against cybercriminals.

 

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04 Aug

 

Robert Trong Tran: Vietnamese organisations increasingly vulnerable to hackers

 

Vietnam is a rising hot spot for cyber-criminals, as business and financial transactions are becoming increasingly reliant on the Internet. The Vietnam Airlines cyber incident in late July 2016 was another warning shot, reminding us that we can never neglect cybersecurity. Robert Trong Tran, Director of Cyber Security Services at PwC Vietnam, talked to VIR about the rising threat of cybercrimes for Vietnamese organisations in the near future.

 

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30 May

 

Putting Vietnam’s banks on the map

 

Although the local banking sector might be one step behind its regional peers, the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community has set the local industry on a definite path of committed changes that should prepare it for any upcoming challenges. Nguyen Hoang Nam, deputy general director of Assurance Services at PwC Vietnam, writes about how Vietnam can increase its visibility on the regional banking map.

 

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15 May

 

Xavier Potier discusses internal audit on Vietnam Securities Review

 

Internal audit can help businesses protect themselves against risks. However, its importance is very often undermined by Vietnamese companies. That is set to change with a number of new laws and decrees governing internal audit. Our Risk Assurance Director Xavier Potier joined an interview with Vietnam Securities Review to share his views on the Ministry of Finance's draft decree on internal audit, and its potential impacts on internal audit operations in Vietnam's listed companies.

 

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05 May

 

Dinh Thi Quynh Van: "Businesses should join forces to raise competitiveness"

 

In an interview with the Vietnam Economic Times, Dinh Thi Quynh Van stated that many Vietnamese enterprises fail to be competitive because of their small scale. Therefore, businesses should join forces to raise the competitiveness of the whole business community as Vietnam's economic integration intensifies.

 

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04 Apr

 

Stephen Gaskill & Nguyen Luong Hien examine FTA implications for textile sector

 

In an article on Vietnam Investment Review 4 April, our Deputy General Director Stephen Gaskill  and Associate Director of  Strategy-Deals Nguyen Luong Hien dissected the implications of free trade agreements (FTAs) like TPP and EVFTA on Vietnam's textile sector. They shed light on the current state of the sector and urgent tasks that local manufacturers need to tackle to overcome the hurdles and reap the benefits brought about by these modern FTAs. 

 

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30 Mar

 

Ivan Pham underlines role of internal audit in listed companies

 

Our Risk Consulting Director - Ivan Pham joined and spoke at the workshop "The role of Internal Audit in listed companies" organised by Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE), Smart Train Training Centre and PwC Vietnam. As an expert in risk and forensics consulting with many years of experience, Ivan Pham noticed the trend of Vietnam businesses paying high attention to internal audit in recent years. He also emphasised the role of internal audit in detecting errors or fraud and improving the weaknesses of the management system. 

 

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21 Mar

 

PwC beefs up security for rising threat of cybercrime

 

According to PwC's Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016, around 45% of boards now have a cybersecurity strategy. Corporate cybercrime has seen double-digit growth over the last 5 years. Our Senior Manager in Cyber Security services - Robert Trong Tran gave insights into the survey results and introduced the dedicated cybersecurity team at PwC Vietnam. Read more on Vietnam Investment Review.

 

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18 Mar

 

Vietcombank & PwC kick off Fraud Risk Management Framework project

 

On 18 March 2016, Vietcombank and PwC Vietnam held a kick off ceremony for Fraud Risk Management Framework project. After this project, Vietcombank is expected to apply this framework comprehensively.

 

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03 Jan

 

Nguyen Viet Thinh, PwC Advisor: "Few Vietnamese enterprises have a holistic view of CSR and sustainability"

 

In the era of economic integration, corporate social responsibility is essential to provide organisations a competitive edge. It is also a critical factor for foreign companies when making investment decision. 

 

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