Vietnam's bank CEOs receive sky-high salaries

VietNamNet Bridge - The steering committee of Vietcombank, members of the board of directors and supervisory board receive VND1.9 billion a year in salary each. 


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Meanwhile, the managers at VP Bank receive twice as much as Vietcombank’s managers, about VND3.6 billion if the bank can fulfill the business plan. At ACB, the average level for key personnel is VND530 million a year.

Vietnamese banks are more generous, accepting to pay billions of dong a year to their key personnel.

VP Bank is believed to lead the banks in pay to members of the board of directors and supervisory board.

The steering committee of Vietcombank, members of the board of directors and supervisory board receive VND1.9 billion a year in salary each. 
Shareholders agreed to pay one percent of pretax profit, or VND32 billion to the members if the bank can make the pretax profit of VND3.2 trillion in 2016.

There are nine members on the boards, which means that if the business plan can be fulfilled, each of the members can receive VND3.6 billion a year.

Techcombank also promises attractive awards to the managers. Its shareholders approved the pay of VND29.54 billion in 2016 to the board of directors and supervisory board. With 11 members, each of them expects to receive VND2.6 billion this year.

With satisfactory business result, Vietcombank’s shareholders approved the pay of VND1.9 billion for every member of the boards in 2015.

The bank has consulted with shareholders about the pay equivalent to 0.35 percent of post-tax profit to the members of the boards in 2016, while the bank plans the pretax profit of VND7.5 trillion. This means that if the business plan is fulfilled, the pay would be VND2.3 billion.

Meanwhile, Maritime Bank plans a little bit lower pay for the members of the boards, at VND16 billion. Every of nine members expects to get VND1.7 billion in 2016.

Orient Bank plans a relatively modest pay to its key personnel with the budget of VND8.2 billion only for the members of the board. However, the figure is still higher by VND1.2 billion than the last year.

Nam A Bank plans to pay VND18 billion to 18 members of the boards in 2016, the level which some shareholders think is too high icompared with the dividend of 5 percent paid to shareholders in 2015.

Banking is the business field which offers high pay to staff.

A report of Navigos Search showed that the two positions which received the highest pay in the first three months of the year were the senior executive of a joint stock bank and a service company. Each of them got over VND200 million a month.

The following positions were ones in the fields of healthcare, service, trade and bank.

Meanwhile, the managers of state-owned conglomerates, keep complaining that the pay is unreasonably low which cannot reflect the effective business performance of the enterprises.  


Kim Chi

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