Besides customers, Maritime Bank also wants its employees to stay forever
September 26, 2016: Established in July 1991, Vietnam Maritime Joint Stock Commercial Bank (MSB) began a new era of development in 2005 when it shifted its base from Haiphong City to Hanoi. In 2015, MSB took a leap when it decided to merge with Mekong Development Bank (MDB). The merger helped it become one of the top five large joint stock commercial banks in Vietnam with total assets of 104,311 billion dong, chartered capital of 11,750 billion dong, a branch network of nearly 300 offices and 500 ATMs nationwide.
The bank, however, has set higher goals for itself. It wants to go beyond just becoming the best joint commercial bank in Vietnam. It wants to build a bank that is employee friendly to the extent that people do not want to leave once they have joined. The bank is relying on its fundamental strengths – large capital base, extensive network of branches, friendly and united team – to deliver the best experience to customers, shareholders, community and staff.
MSB believes that a good corporate culture will go a long way in having sustainable and fast-paced growth. It is constantly striving to build a bank which stays on top of the customer’s mind for being able to fulfil demands of not only large corporate and financial institutions but also people in both rural and urban areas, as well as small and medium enterprises.
Hence, the bank is relentlessly investing in upgrading its technology platform, products and services. It strives to create a high performance working environment with international standards.
With a network of nearly 300 branches and transaction offices, and almost 500 ATMs across the nation, MSB has garnered the trust of over 1.3 million retail customers, 30,000 SME and financial institution customers. The bank believes that its leadership of experienced and dedicated senior management, both local and expatriate, together with young, dynamic, professional employees will enable it to outperform itself.