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VBI was honoured as Top 100 "Vietnamese Excellent Brands Awards 2015”


On 02/04/2016 in Hanoi, Vietnam Economic Times has organized "The Vietnamese excellent brands Ceremony". This year is the second year in succession VBI was honored "Excellent Brands Awards". 

"The Vietnamese Excellent Brands Awards 2015" is a prestigious title awarded at an annual event co-organized by Vietnam Economic Times and Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Ministry of Industry and Trade) to honour the enterprises that have outstanding achievements in business, production and services, fully comply with tax obligations, ensure employees' best interest, and actively participate in social activities, especially those who contributed to the national economy's sustainable development and enhanced Vietnamese brand's competitive position on the international market. Being one of the 100 corporations having the honour to be regarded as "The Vietnamese Excellent Brands Awards 2015", VBI has proved its reputation and created its position on Vietnam insurance market.

VBI honored in the Top 100 companies have excellent brands by the editors and readers of the Vietnam Economic Times.

In 2015, VBI developed the breakthrough with revenues reaching 549 billion, 77% growth compared to 2014; profits reached 68.4 billion, an increase of 8% compared to the year 2014; ROA reached 6.3%, ROE reached 9%. Currently, VBI has 13 branches and 50 regional offices in Vietnam.

In particular, the VBI was honored to receive the prestigious titles and awards such as the "Golden Star of Vietnam 2015", "Top 20 famous brand", "Top 1000 enterprises pay income tax on the largest enterprises in Vietnam". The honours and awards on as affirmation for service and quality of the VBI.
(Photo: Nguyen Hong Phong – Deputy General Director received  "The Vietnamese Excellent Brands Awards 2015".)

With the momentum of strong growth, aim to 2016, VBI will be the Top 10 non-life insurance company in Vietnam and quickly get the mission become "the leader in the retail segment of Vietnam's non-life insurance market".