More former bank officials put under investigation in VietnamStaff Writer | January 10, 2019
Criminal proceedings have been launched against more former officials of the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) with the charge of “violating regulations on banking activities, other activities relating to banking activities”, the Ministry of Public Security said.
On January 9, the investigation police agency of the Ministry of Public Security also launched criminal proceedings against and put five other BIDV officials into temporary detention for the same charge.
They consist of Doan Anh Sang (former Deputy Director General of the BIDV), Ngo Duy Chinh (former Director of the BIDV’s Ha Thanh branch), Nguyen Xuan Giap (former Deputy Director of the branch), Pham Hong Quang (former head of the branch’s corporate customers division No. 1), and Dang Thanh Nam (former employee at the branch’s corporate customers division No. 1).
Meanwhile, Doan Hong Dung, Director of the Trung Dung company, was charged with “abusing prestige to appropriate assets” under Article 175 of the 2015 Penal Code. He was also taken into police custody. ■