How to open a bank account in Vietnam

As a foreigner, opening a bank account in some countries in Asia can be challenging. However, in Vietnam, the process to open a bank account is less complicated, as long as all required documents are properly provided. The required documents may vary depending on the banks, but the basis documentation remains the same.   I) Individual As an individual, whether it is a digital


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We are happy to announce the launch of MBiA’s social media! MyBusiness Asia is a provider of corporate and accounting services in Singapore, Hong Kong, and other Asian countries. We help you find the best financial solution for your business with quality services at an attractive cost. On these social networks, you will find the latest information about MBiA, business news, advice, tips, numbers,

Risk and crisis management in the Covid-19

Risk and crisis management in the Covid-19 era : a complete guide by Rosemont (RBA)

RISK AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE COVID-19 ERA Companies are facing unprecedented times as the measures being deployed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) are impacting capital markets, supply chains, and business operations. The uncertainties of the current environment serve as a powerful reminder to the Management of the demand for risk management and crisis planning.   WHAT TO DO WHEN

Vietnam deadlines taxes

2021 calendar deadlines for Vietnam for payment, taxes, business reports and lodgements

Don’t miss any business deadline in 2021 in Vietnam with our Deadlines Calendar 2021 ! Payment, taxes, business reports, lodgements, public holidays… RBA is happy to offer your this useful document. You can also download it here : RBA Vietnam – Deadlines calendar.         ——————————————————– My Business Asia is the best offer to help you for your accounting, corporate services, business set

Vietnam labor code

New labour code in Vietnam : everything you need to know (2021)

Vietnam is a country infamous for its bureaucratic system. In order to modernize this narrative, a new Labour Code has recently come into force the 1st of January 2021 with the ambition to shake things up. In the meantime, the COVID-19 pandemic has struck for already one year (1). The dreadful consequences it had on the workplace environment are unquestionable. Companies had to adopt