There has been a change in senior personnel at Saigon J.S. Commercial Bank (SCB), as the bank’s Board of directors has decided to appoint Hoang Minh Hoan, deputy CEO of Finance and Capital Management Division, to be SCB’s Acting CEO from July 29th, 2020, in replacement of Vo Tan Hoang Van, who has stepped down after serving as SCB’s CEO for the past seven years.
After resignation, Vo Tan Hoang Van continues to be a member of SCB’s Board of director in phase 2017-2022. Hoang Minh Hoan, acting CEO of SCB, has more than 20 years of experience in banking and finance sector, holding several managerial positions at many banks. At SCB, he was the Head of Treasury Division, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), deputy CEO of Finance and Capital Management Division.
With great experience and profound expertise, together with deep understanding about SCB, Hoang Minh Hoan is believed to be an excellent successor to govern SCB in phase 2020-2030, which is a period for strong transformation and sustainable development of SCB.
On July 27th, 2020, SCB and McKinsey & Company Vietnam signed a cooperation agreement. According to SCB, this indicated the strategic plan during the bank’s transformation period. McKinsey will help SCB capture valuable opportunities of the banking industry amidst the new digital era. McKinsey also brings new comprehensive solutions to help SCB maintain a high growth rate, enhance its customer service and experience.