Billionaire Ho Hung Anh and his family both own shares at Techcombank Techcombank with a Cash Value of Up to Trillions of VND.
In July, public opinion was stirred up when Ms. Ho Thuy Anh – born in 2001, the daughter of Mr. Ho Hung Anh – Chairman of Techcombank registered to buy 22,474,840 shares of TCB.
The transaction was carried out from July 12, 2021 to August 4, 2021 according to the method of order matching on the exchange and put-through trading.
Based on the market price on 7/7, TCB stock closed at 56,600 dong, it is estimated that Ms. Ho Thuy Anh will have to spend more than 1,272 billion dong to get the desired number of shares.
It is surprising that the 20-year-old daughter of the chairman of Techcombank made a quick move to join the list of the richest people on the Vietnamese stock exchange in July.
Not only did the “daughter” take the first steps in the stock market, but Mr. Ho Hung Anh’s son, Mr. Ho Anh Minh, also bought more than 44.7 million TCB shares in 2018.
Currently, this person still holds nearly 138 million TCB shares, equivalent to 3.95%.
Other members of this giant family of Hue origin also hold ownership rates at the bank worth up to billions of dong when converted into cash.
Mr. Ho Hung Anh’s mother, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thanh Tam.
She currently owns 174.1 million TCB shares. This amount of shares is equivalent to 9,855.9 billion dong. Currently, Ms. Tam owns about 4.98% of Techcombank shares.
Mr. Ho Hung Anh’s wife is holding in her more than 10,000 billion VND, mainly from the Stock Exchange.
In terms of property value, according to information updated to the morning of July 8: Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy currently owns 9,855.9 billion dong of TCB shares and 677.3 billion dong of MSN shares of Masan.
Thereby, the total assets on the floor from the above two shares of Ms. Thuy is about 10,533 billion dong.
Ms. Thuy currently owns 4.98% shares of Techcombank.
The Next Person Who Also Owns Bank Shares Is Mr. Ho Hung Anh’s Sister-in-law, Ms. Nguyen Huong Lien.
She is the wife of Mr. Ho Anh Ngoc (the younger brother of Mr. Ho Hung Anh, who holds the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Techcombank).
Ms. Lien holds about 69.6 million TCB shares Equivalent to 3,941.1 billion VND About 2% of the shares.
Notably, she is also a famous businessman and used to be a capital contribution representative at 6 member businesses of Masterise Group, including:
- Masterise Center Trading Service Co.
- Ltd Masterise Hotels Service Co.
- Ltd Masterise World Resort Service Co.
- Ltd Masterise Brokerage Co.
- Ltd Masterise Services Real Estate Management and Services Co.
- Ltd Masterise Agents Brokerage Company Limited.
Particularly Mr. Ho Hung Anh: Currently holding the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Techcombank Directly holding about 39.3 million shares of TCB Equivalent to 1.1% share capital.
He is famous for being ranked 1,349th by Forbes magazine in the list of world billionaires next to billionaires: Pham Nhat Vuong Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao Tran Ba Duong Nguyen Dang Quang.
Thus, Mr. Hung Anh is considered as the first billionaire of the Vietnamese banking industry.
To have the career of becoming a self-made billionaire like today, Mr. Ho Hung Anh has had a long time doing business from Eastern Europe to Vietnam.
The contemporary president of TCB is considered a pair of cards that coincide with Mr. Nguyen Dang Quang, who together built both empires: Masan And Techcombank. Recently, Mr. Ho Hung Anh withdrew from Masan to focus on Techcombank according to specific regulations of the banking industry. Mr. Ho Hung Anh graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Electronics from Kiev Polytechnic University (Ukraine). And then started a business in Russia with instant noodles and chili sauce.
Currently, Techcombank has very large customers such as: Masan Vietnam Airlines Or Vingroup of Mr. Pham Nhat Vuong.
Besides, the strong development and investment services sector also contributed to the breakthrough of TCB.
Techcombank is said to be close partners of dollar billionaires Vingroup No.1 Vietnam Pham Nhat Vuong Used to lend and issue VIC bonds.
Public securities billion trillion TCBS also contributed both profit for the parent bank. First 6 months of 2021, Techcombank will continue recording the positive business results.
Interest income is still the driving force for growth with credit demand in the first 6 months remaining stable.
The bank continues to maintain the top CASA ratio with 46.1% Good asset quality and industry-leading return on assets (ROA) Reached 46.1% and 3.7%, respectively.
Profit before tax in the first 6 months reached 11.5 trillion VND (up 71.2% over the same period last year).
Income from the array: Service charge Interest And insurance service Both witnessed strong growth compared to the same period in 2020.
According to VIETNAMNET