AMC is no panacea for Vietnam’s banking sector

The structure of the asset management company that will buy up bad debts in Vietnam’s banking sector is appropriate, but the vehicle is unlikely to act as a silver bullet.

  • 22 May 2013

The details of Vietnam’s long-discussed asset management company (VAMC) are becoming clearer, with a launch date in sight. But while this is a positive development, it is unlikely to provide the comprehensive solution to Vietnam’s bad debt problems that some had hoped it would.

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