Minh Nhat TranDeputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Digital Officer
Vietnam International Bank
Mr. Tran Nhat Minh is Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) cum Chief Digital Officer (CDO) of Vietnam International Bank (VIB). Prior to joining VIB, Mr. Minh held significant management positions such as General Director, Managing Director, Chief Information Officer (CIO), and Chief Operating Officer (COO). He is an expert in Business Administration and Information Technology (IT) with more than 10 years of oversea working experience in launching projects related to developing IT, restructuring and optimizing operating model. Mr. Minh is currently responsible for planning IT strategy, directly monitoring projects which are applied IT solutions, applying the most innovative technologies as a foundation for risk management, improving productivity, increasing revenue, enhance services quality and customer experience. In May, 2016, he was appointed for the position of Chief Digital Officer; with the mission to bring VIB becoming one of the leading digital banks in Vietnam.
With the enormous contributions from Mr. Minh and other members of the Board of Management, VIB had been rewarded the “Bank of the year -2015” Awards by The Banker Magazine of the Financial Times, London, UK – one of the most reputation global newspaper on economic, finance, and business news.
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