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Updated: 2023-01-30 14:15:08

VBSP held an online meeting in early 2023

(VBSP News) In the exciting atmosphere of the first working day of the new Lunar New Year 2023, on the morning of January 27, 2023 in Hanoi, Secretary of the Party Committee of VBSP, Member of the Board of Directors - General Director Duong Quyet Thang chaired the online briefing session in early spring at VBSP and 63 VBSP branches. Standing Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Dao Minh Tu attended and wished a Happy New Year to the VBSP staff.

Standing Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Dao Minh Tu speaks at the briefing

Attending the initial meeting of New Year, there were representatives of leaders of some operational departments of the State Bank. On the side of VBSP, there were Standing Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of VBSP Nguyen Minh Phuong; Head of Supervisory Board Nguyen Manh Tu; the Deputy General Directors; Chief accountant; Vice President in charge of Trade Union; Directors, Deputy Directors of operational departments, Training Center, Information Technology Center, Transaction Office and at the bridge points of branches in provinces and cities; districts, towns and cities across the country there are Branch Directors, Heads of Human Resources Departments, leaders of Transaction Offices and all staff in the VBSP system.

General Director Duong Quyet Thang delivered a speech in the meeting

At the online briefing, on behalf of the Executive Board, General Director of VBSP Duong Quyet Thang emphasized: from the beginning of 2023, VBSP has actively followed the direction of the Secretariat, the Government, the Prime Minister, the State Bank of Vietnam to implement well the political tasks assigned by the Party and State, ensuring effective and safe operation. In order to promptly meet the borrowing needs of policy beneficiaries to develop production and business, units in the system have actively mobilized capital to meet sufficient capital sources for credit growth. Total policy credit capital as of January 18, 2023 reached VND 299,630 billion; total outstanding loans reached nearly VND 286 trillion. For preferential lending policies according to Resolution No. 11/NQ-CP, by January 19, 2023, the whole system disbursed VND 16,038 billion.

The landscape of the online briefing at the Head Office bridge

Speaking at the online briefing, Standing Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Dao Minh Tu recognized and praised the achievements of VBSP in 2022, especially with the important tasks assigned by The National Assembly and the Government entrusted the VBSP to deploy the preferential credit package in the Government's 2022-2023 socio-economic recovery and development program in accordance with Resolution No. 11/NQ-CP dated 30/30/2018 In January 2022, announced by the Prime Minister, the VBSP system has stepped in the fastest, drastically deployed effectively, to the right customers, for the right purposes, contributing to the whole country soon to overcome difficulties and not miss the pace of the global economic recovery.

Online briefing at the local bridge points

As for 2023, the Standing Deputy Governor believes that, with a good tradition, the spirit of solidarity, determination to strive, and overcome all obstacles and difficulties, VBSP will continue to grow well and develop sustainably, safely, worthy of the trust of the Party, State and people.

On the occasion of the New Year, on behalf of the Board of Directors of the State Bank of Vietnam, the Standing Deputy Governor sent best wishes for health and success to all officers, employees of the VBSP system, especially those who work in remote and isolated areas, directly deploy credit programs to the poor and other policy beneficiaries.

On behalf of all staff, officials and employees of VBSP, General Director Duong Quyet Thang wished the Standing Deputy Governor and the Board of Directors of the State Bank of Vietnam health and emphasized that the entire VBSP system would unite and strive for excellence, overcome all difficulties, successfully complete the tasks entrusted by the Party and State.






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