Shinhan Bank Vietnam

In Vietnam, Shinhan Bank’s history can be traced back to 1993 when Shinhan Bank first opened the representative office in Ho Chi Minh City, offering a diversified portfolio of tailored corporate and consumer banking products and solutions. Over the history of over 27 years, Shinhan Bank has built a broad network covering many cities and provinces across the country, from the North to the South. With a wide network of branches and ATMs across Vietnam and modern e-banking service, we are serving millions of corporate and consumer clients. In 2020, Shinhan Bank in Vietnam was granted the award “Best foreign retail bank Vietnam 2020” by International Business Magazine. Also in 2020, Shinhan Bank has the honor to receive the award "HR Asia Best Companies To Work For in Asia" for the second time, from the well- respected regional HR Asia publication.

The History

1993
1995
2009
2011
2014
2016
2017
2018
2019
  • 1993

    Representative Office in Vietnam was opened.

  • 1995

    1 branchShinhan Bank Ho Chi Minh City Branch was opened.

  • 2009

    1 branchShinhan Bank became one of the first five 100% foreign banks in Vietnam.

  • 2011

    9 branches and transaction officesMerged with Shinhan Vina Bank, became Shinhan Bank Vietnam, the largest foreign bank in terms of Chartered Capital at that time.

  • 2014

    10 branches and transaction officesReceived Merit Certificate of Governor of State Bank of Vietnam for having excellent performance in 2012 – 2013

  • 2016

    18 branches and transaction officesReceived 2015 Golden Dragon Award from Vietnam Economy Times.

  • 2017

    26 branches and transaction officesAcquired ANZ Vietnam’s retail banking business segment with 8 more branches and transaction offices of ANZ.

  • 2018

    30 branches and transaction officesOpened 4 new branches and transaction offices in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City in April 2018.

  • 2019

    36 branches and transaction officesOpened 6 new branches and transaction offices in Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang, Ha Noi, Hai Phong, Ha Nam and Binh Duong