Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) is a large state-owned bank in Vietnam. It is the nation's number one bank in net income and the second biggest bank in asset. BIDV is a universal commercial bank providing a full range of currency, credit, banking and non-banking services, and acting as authorized agency funding projects with sources from domestic and international financial institutions.
BIDV's international relationship activities have made vigorous stride of development during the past years. The Bank has boosted a wide range of correspondent relationships with financial institutions worldwide, broadening cooperation network, diversifying products and services, bringing about greater earnings, enhancing BIDV's reputation, and most notably paving the way for the Bank's integration.
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BIDV Tower, 35 Hangvoi Str., Hoankiem Dist., Hanoi
844 22205544, 844 22200484
ID: 1476. Updated: 01.04.2011
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