Total assets of credit institutions in Vietnam swelled 5.43% from the end of 2014 to $305.12 billion at the end of September.
Financial and financial leasing recorded the sharpest year-to-date growth in total assets, of 17.65%, to 80.79 trillion dong ($3.6 billion), data of the State Bank of Vietnam showed.
Meanwhile, state-controlled commercial banks saw an 8.2% expansion in assets to 3,212.62 trillion dong ($142.8 billion). Assets of joint stock commercial banks went up 1.72% from the end of 2014 to $121.5 billion, and those of foreign and joint venture banks grew 5.95% to $33.1 billion.
Total chartered capital of the Vietnamese banking system increased 7.26 trillion dong ($323 million) month-on-month in September, reaching $20.3 billion. Commercial joint stock banks saw their chartered capital up 4.4 trillion dong while the capital of state-controlled commercial banks was up 2.76 trillion dong.
Data of the loan-to-deposit ratio has not been available since June.