Ms. Nguyen Thi Nga bought nearly 3 million more SeABank shares

After the put-through purchase of 2.8 million shares of SSB, Ms. Nguyen Thi Nga and related people currently own more than 16.8% of shares in SeABank.

Vice President of Southeast Asia Bank (SeABank) Nguyen Thi Nga bought 2.8 million shares of SSB on August 4 through an agreement method, increasing the number of shares held to more than 68.1 million shares, equivalent to 68.1 million shares. equivalent to an ownership rate of more than 3.4%.

Ms. Nga’s daughter, Le Thu Thuy, Vice President of SeABank, is also holding more than 47.5 million shares, equivalent to 2.4% ownership.

After the successful transaction, the total number of shares of Ms. Nga and her relatives and related companies owns more than 332.8 million shares, equivalent to 16.8% of the total number of outstanding voting shares. operation of SeABank.

Specifically, Ms. Nga’s husband, Mr. Le Huu Bau, holds nearly 3.5%, his son Le Tuan Anh has more than 2.26%, his daughter Le Thu Thuy 2.4%, Phu My Investment and Development Company owns 2.4%. owns more than 5.2% shares of the bank.

On the other hand, at the end of September, all five deputy general directors of Southeast Asia Bank simultaneously registered to sell nearly 12 million SSB shares by agreement or order matching, from July 28 to August 26. .

In mid-July, Ms. Nga’s daughter, Le Thu Thuy, resigned from the position of general director of the bank after 3.5 years of leadership (currently still vice president). Instead, foreign deputy general director Faussier Loic Michel Marc was elected to take charge of the bank’s operations.

In the first half of this year, SeABank consolidated pre-tax profit of more than 2,800 billion dong, up 80% over the same period last year thanks to increased revenue from credit, services and investment securities trading. In terms of asset quality, the NPL ratio decreased slightly from 1.65% to 1.6% at the end of June.

Quynh Trang


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