International Data Group in Vietnam (IDG Vietnam)

A global leader in information technology, research, and event planning, IDG publishes more than 300 IT newspapers and magazines in 85 countries such as CIO, CSO, Computerworld, Game Pro, InfoWorld, Macworld, Network World, and PC World. IDG currently owns the largest network in the world, including more than 450 websites in the fields of business technology, customer management technology, entertainment, and digital games.

IDG’s leading service provider – IDG Connect – helps connect technology companies with senior officials, decision-makers, and information technology experts.

IDG is the leading company in organizing information technology events, with more than 750 events such as LinuxWorld Conference & Expo®, Macworld Conference & Expo®, DEMO®, IDC Directions, etc.

IDC – a specialized IT research and consulting arm – With more than 850 analysts from 50 countries, IDC provides local, regional, and worldwide professionals with information on opportunities and new technology trends.

IDG Vietnam, a member of IDG Global, was formally established in 2003 as a 100% foreign-owned limited liability company operating in Events, Publishing, and Research. Technology. Through a series of prestigious IT Application workshops and exhibitions in the fields of Finance, Banking, Education, Network and Telecommunication, Public Administration, Vietnam Computerworld Expo; Press publications such as PC World, Computerworld, IDG Vietnam are the leading companies in the field of ICT in Vietnam market.


Vietnam Banks Association

Vietnam Banks Association (VNBA) was established under Decision No. 247/TTg, May 14 th , 1994 of the Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Decision 131 / TCCP, October 5 th , 1994 of the Minister, Head of the Government Personnel Organization (now the Ministry of Home Affairs) recognizing the Charter of Vietnam Banks Association; Decision No. 43/2003/QD-BNV on August 1 st , 2003 in which the Minister of Home Affairs ratified the Charter (amended and supplemented) of VNBA.

Vietnam Banks Association is a voluntary professional organization of Vietnamese credit organizations and operates under the principles of voluntariness, self-governance and self- responsibility in all aspects; gather and encourage members to cooperate and support each other in business activities; representative, protect the lawful rights and eligible benefits of each member. VNBA also acts as a bridge between members and State authorities in order to stabilize and effectively, safely develop the Vietnamese credit organizations’ system, thereby contributing to the implementation of monetary policy, promoting socio-economic development.

As of March 31, 2012, Vietnam Banks Association consisted of 53 members, including 6 state- owned banks and organizations (4 State-owned commercial banks in the process of equitization), 34 Joint stock commercial banks, 2 joint-venture banks and 11 finance companies.

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