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ANZ marks 25-year operation in Vietnam
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ANZ marks 25-year operation in Vietnam

ANZ started Vietnam business as a branch in Hanoi in 1993, as one of the first foreign banks in the country. It was then granted a banking license to locally incorporate in Vietnam and now has presence in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Today, ANZ offers a full range of banking services to large corporates (covering multinationals, large local corporations and especially Australia/ New Zealand clients), and financial institutions. Its award-winning FX, Trade and Cash Management Platforms and its international network make it easier and more efficient for clients to operate in multiple countries.

Farhan Faruqui, ANZ Group Executive, International, said: “Vietnam is a true Asian success story – emerging from an agriculture-based economy to one of the region’s fastest growing economies, most attractive FDI destinations, and a major manufacturing hub. ANZ is proud to be a part of its growth story over the years.

“ANZ has an ambition to be the best bank in the world that helps customers move goods and capital around. At this pivotal juncture where Vietnam is thriving economically, with our regional network being a key differentiator, ANZ is well positioned at the centre of trade and investment flows connecting Asia, Australia and the rest of the world for our institutional customers,” Faruqui added.

Jodi West, ANZ CEO for Vietnam, said: “ANZ Vietnam wouldn’t have thrived in the last 25 years without continued support and partnership from our clients and contribution from our staff, many of whom have been with ANZ since its very first days in Vietnam. I want to take this opportunity to sincerely thank them.”

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