BIDV 's senior leaders pay a visit to PV GAS to strengthen their partnership
The delegation of Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) led by Mr. Le Ngoc Lam, its CEO and the Board of Directors on May 16 paid a visit to Petrovietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation (PV GAS) at the latter’s headquarters to strengthen their partnership.
The visit was hosted by Mr. Duong Manh Son, Secretary of the Party Committee, Chairman of the Board of Directors; Mr. Pham Dang Nam, Deputy General Director, and leaders of relevant departments and units at PV GAS.
In the visit, Mr. Duong Manh Son highly appreciated the partnership between PV GAS and BIDV. Maintaining sustainable growth over the years, BIDV has developed an appropriate customer support policy in each time, including PV GAS; which has contributed significantly to provide assistances to the latter to achieve successes in 32 years of operation since its establishment.
For BIDV, Mr. Le Ngoc Lam affirmed: PV GAS has always been a long-time and important customer of BIDV. Therefore, BIDV has always met the needs of PV GAS in each time to develop financial products in line with the business and production situation of PV GAS.
Currently, PV GAS and its affiliated units are using BIDV's services such as deposit products, long-term, medium and short-term credit lines for funding projects such as: Nam Con Son 2 – the second phase, Sao Vang - Dai Nguyet… These associated services are effective, serving PV GAS production and business needs in a timely manner.
In the visit, BIDV's leaders also spoke about new products for LNG import strategy of PV GAS and expected that PV GAS would increase the use of BIDV's services in the upcoming time.
Chairman of PV GAS Board of Directors Duong Manh Son expressed his support that PV GAS and BIDV would continue the cooperation to seek opportunities for discussing needs and suitable products for its production and business in aiming to strengthen the development of good traditional relationship between two large enterprises of the Vietnam’s economy.