There are 10 more days to go through 2020, although there are no official results the banks have so far been able to estimate the business results for the year. Recently, many banks revealed that profit this year will certainly exceed the plan set by the General Meeting of Shareholders at the beginning of the year.
Sacombank said that the bank's consolidated profit before tax in 2019 is expected to reach nearly 3,200 billion dong, 20% higher than the committed plan at the shareholders' meeting. Total assets are expected to reach VND 457,000 billion, mobilized from economic entities and individuals to reach VND 413,000 billion, loans reach more than VND 196,000 billion and the NPL ratio has now been reduced to 1.75%.
Sacombank exceeded the annual plan which was expected earlier. In the first 9 months of 2019, the bank's EBT reached VND 2,491 billion, completing 94% of the target of VND 2,650 billion.
At Agribank, the bank soon completed its plan after the first 10 months of the year. Specifically, by the end of October, the bank's profit reached 10,350 billion dong, exceeding the target of 10,000 billion dong set by Agribank earlier this year. Scale indicators continue to affirm the leading bank in the system: total assets reached 1.4 million billion dong, mobilized capital reached 1.29 million billion dong, outstanding loans for the economy. In fact, the loan ratio for agriculture and rural areas of Agribank reached 68.3%, equivalent to VND 722,039 billion.
Another big bank, VietinBank, also revealed its business results. At the recent meeting with MUFG Bank's strategic shareholder, Mr. Le Duc Tho, Chairman of VietinBank's Board of Directors, said that by the end of 2019, VietinBank will reach or even exceed the annual profit plan that has been approved by the General Meeting of Shareholders.
According to Mr. Tran Minh Binh, General Director of VietinBank, although the year has not ended, the results are quite clear. Nonetheless, the bank will continue to take advantage of the remaining days to further improve the results of the implementation of the planned targets.
In 2019, VietinBank aims to achieve a consolidated profit before tax of VND 9,500 billion. In which, parent bank alone is about 9,000 billion dong. VietinBank's total assets reached more than VND 1.2 million billion, up 3.2% compared to the end of 2018. Of which, customer loans reached VND 899,056 billion, up 3.9%. Customer deposits reached VND 865,466 billion, up 4.8%. In the first 9 months of 2019, VietinBank's profit before tax reached more than VND 8,400 billion, fulfilling 89% of the year plan.
Some mid-range banks also reported positive profits, continuing to be record numbers, exceeding the annual plan.
Specifically, ABBank said that its profit target for this year is VND 1,220 billion before tax, the bank has completed the plan assigned by the Board of Directors, growing by about 30% compared to 2018. ABBank's credit growth in 2019 is at 10%. Previously, according to the announced figures as of the end of November, the bank's profit before tax reached VND 1,107 billion, reaching 91% of the year plan. Total assets reached VND 94,259 billion, an increase of 4,021 billion compared to the beginning of the year.
In VIB, the bank estimates that profit in 2019 will reach a record of more than 4,000 billion VND, an increase of 5.6 times compared to 2016, the return on equity (ROE) reached 27%. The bank's NPL ratio has decreased rapidly from 2.2% in 2018 to 1.78% today.
The two big banks BIDV and VietinBank have not mentioned profit results recently but may continue to be positive numbers. Earlier, during the year, Vietcombank's leaders also repeatedly asserted that exceeding the annual plan with this bank is not difficult. At BIDV, the representative of this bank recently updated some indicators showing that the position of the largest bank in the system continues to be maintained. BIDV's total assets are estimated at 1.4 million billion dong, total outstanding loans are estimated at 1.1 million billion dong, mobilized balance is 1.15 million billion dong.
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