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Milestones on the path of development
Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint- stock Bank - Techcombank was established on September 27th, 1993 with the initial registered capital of VND 20 billion with the aim to become an efficient financial intermediary bridging the savers with the investors in need of capital for business and economic development in the open-door era.
The head office was at 24 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hanoi, Vietnam.
The registered capital was increased to VND 51.495 billion. Parallel with this event, the Ho Chi Minh city branch was established starting the process of fast expansion of Techcombank in the main urban areas.
Thang Long branch and Nguyen Chi Thanh sub-branch were established in Hanoi, together with Thang Loi sub-branch in Ho Chi Minh city. The Bank’s registered capital has increased to VND 70 billion.
The head office was moved to Techcombank building at 15 Dao Duy Tu str., Hanoi, Vietnam. With the establishment of Da Nang branch in the same year the branch network has covered all three main regions: the North, Central provinces, and the South.
Techcombank increased the registered capital to VND 80.020 Billion. The Sub-branch No 3. at Kham Thien str. was founded.
Thai Ha sub-branch in Hanoi was established.
The registered capital was increased to VND 102.345 Billion. Signed a contract with a leading software supplier Temenos Holding NV to implement new banking software GLOBUS over the network of Techcombank to meet the growing demand from customers.
A number of branches were established: Chuong Duong and Hoan Kiem in Hanoi, Hai Phong branch in Hai Phong City, Thanh Khe in Da Nang and Tan Binh in Ho Chi Minh City. Techcombank becomes the joint stock bank with the largest network in Hanoi. The network involves the Head Office, 8 branches and 4 sub-branches at the larges cities in Vietnam.
The registered capital has increased to VND 104.435 billion.
Preparations are underway for an increase to VND 202 Billion in registered capital. Techcombank reassures its role as a leading joint stock commercial bank in Vietnam.
Leveraging on the Globus system and the Bank’s alliance with Vietcombank, Techcombank commenced issuing F@stAccess card on 05 December 2003. The Bank inaugurate the completion of deployment of the Globus system on the whole network on 16 December 2003. The Bank started the process of developing a new corporate identity.
Techcombank Cho lon was established. Registered capital has increased to VND 180 billion at 31 December 2004.
Inaugurate the new identity of the Bank on 09 June 2004. Registered capital has increased to VND 234 billion at 30 June 2004, VND 252.2 billion on 2 August 2004, VND 262 billion on 20 September 2004 and VND 412.7 billion on 30 November 2004. The number of branches increased from 15 branches to 25 by December 2004.
Six new branches were established in Lao Cai, Hung Yen, Vinh Phuc and Bac Ninh, N