The stock market provides a view of what investors expect for the future. It is precisely in complex situations such as the COVID-19 outbreak that the prescience of the market is particularly valuable.
Like other stock markets in the world, Vietnamese index has plunged to its bottom of 650 in the peak of COVID-19 pandemic. However, right after that, 30,000 new accounts have been opened. In parallel with this trend of new comers to stock markets, foreign investors have first time stopped its surplus sales.
Join EuroCham and our guest speaker from Vina Capital at our upcoming Zoom webinar to gain insights on:
Assessment of recovery of stock market of Vietnam and the potential industries now.
Is Vietnam remaining an attractive stock market for foreign investors? Have foreign funds diverted its direction from investing into Vietnam?
Ismael was a Managing Director for HSBC as Head of ASEAN and South Asia Equity Research and for Macquarie as Head of Asia Financials Research. He was also with JP Morgan and Indosuez W.I. Carr Securities as Head of Philippines Equity Research and Head of Singapore and Malaysia Research, respectively. Prior to his arrival in Vietnam, Ismael was based in Singapore, HK, Tokyo, and Manila, and hails from Canada.