Nguyễn duy hưng ssi

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Nguyen Duy Hung founded và runs Saigon Securities (SSI), by market cốt truyện & market value the biggest brokerage firm in Vietnam. He also has used M&A to build Pan Group, a holding company tapping inlớn Vietnam"s expanding agriculture businesses.

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Financial services, including banking, insurance, investment & stoông xã brokerage, continue to grow fast in Vietphái nam from a low base. One of Vietnam"s first three brokerages, SSI was founded in 1999 with $4trăng tròn,000 in registered capital. It now controls cthất bại to lớn a fifth of its sector and last year reported nearly $130 million in revenues and $50 million net profit.

Riding on the growth of the stoông chồng exchange of Vietnam giới, which has a total market capitalization near $150 billion, SSI added an asset-management firm, which hopes khổng lồ invest some of its nearly $800 million in domestic startups.


Nguyen, the eldest of four siblings, won a scholarship in 1980 lớn study in what was then East Germany. While there he turned his attention khổng lồ trading goods between the two countries. One summer, he brought a dozen suitcases full of photographic paper back lớn Vietnam. The bulk of it didn"t get through customs. Nguyen was disciplined & couldn"t finish his overseas studies. No matter. With a local degree, he began connecting foreign direct investors through a business he called Pan Pacific và, when Vietnam"s capital market opened up, phối up SSI in 1999.

But Nguyen, now 58, wasn"t satisfied just being an investment middleman. Five years ago he started ramping up the remnant of Pan Pacific khổng lồ create a circle in agriculture that he calls "Farm--Food--Family." Under the new name Pan Group, it raised nearly $100 million & took majority stakes in a dozen small & medium-size enterprises that either provide seeds or produce harvests. These range from rice lớn cashew nuts, seafood và flowers.

More than 40% of Vietnam"s workforce remains in agriculture. Most of the output comes from individual farmers rather than organized, sizable businesses. In the last few years, Vietnam giới has started seeing corporate investment. CPhường Group of Vương Quốc Nụ Cười has the biggest nội dung in Vietnam"s animal feed market.

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Vietnamese entrepreneurs see opportunities here, especially with government incentives in the size of favorable loan rates. But scaling up often requires acquiring precious l&. Nguyen sees a chance to lớn align small companies into lớn a farm-business ecosystem. Revenues at Pan Group, which he also chairs, last year grew 47% to lớn $177 million, and he says they can approach $400 million this year.

"Vietphái mạnh, with 90 million people, is a big market. All of what we are doing is aimed at providing to lớn the domestic market," he says. Neighboring China is also a potential market, but only if Vietphái mạnh can provide produce that is seasonally unavailable there. A priority for Pan in any case is a better distribution system.

Meanwhile, baông chồng at SSI, his firm has advised & underwritten major giao dịch in Vietnam recently, including the listing of Vincom Retail và Vinhomes Riverside from the local giant Vingroup. SSI also raised $230 million for steelmaker Hoa Phat Group, helped sell a state stake in Vinamilk & brought forward smaller IPOs.

Hung"s 15% stake in SSI & 25% in Pan Group put his net worth at $116 million. Unlượt thích most tycoons in Vietphái nam, who would rather stay low-profile, Hung doesn"t shy away from expressing his opinions publicly. He often posts on his personal Facebook page.

Adapted from vmvc.com.vn Vietnam, a licensee of vmvc.com.vn Media.

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I have covered businesses in Southeast Asia for more than 15 years, during which Vietphái mạnh enters the most fascinating time in recent history as it embracing social và economics changes in the past two decades. I started covering stories from Southeast Asia for vmvc.com.vn Asia since 2007, writing about leading companies and business leaders in Asia, as well as compiling vmvc.com.vn’ wealth lists in the region. Now based in Ho Chi Minch City, I am the executive sầu editor for vmvc.com.vn Vietnam. I started my journalism career in Vietnam giới before attending a graduate program in journalism at Boston University from 2003 khổng lồ 2005 under a Fulbright scholarship.


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