Hanoi Stock Exchange
|Founded||3 August 2005|
|Owner||Vietnam Ministry of Finance|
Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), formerly the Hanoi Securities Trading Center (Hanoi STC) located in Hanoi, Vietnam, was launched in March 2005 and handles auctions and trading of stocks and bonds. The Hanoi STC was renamed in 2009 to the Hanoi Stock Exchange. It was the second securities trading center to open in Vietnam after to Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Center.
Foreign investors are also permitted to invest up to a limit of 49% ownership of companies except 30% in banks.
On 18 May 2015, the HNX joined the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative as part the SSE's regional dialogue in Bangkok hosted by the Stock Exchange of Thailand. |-
From 2020, HNX will serve as Vietnam's bonds exchange while all stock tradings will be transferred to HOSE.
- "South East Asian Capital Market Leaders Pursue Sustainable Business Agenda". SSE Initiative. SSE Initiative. Retrieved 23 May 2015.
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