Police in Vietnam have arrested a former senior executive of BIDV, a bank that has come under scrutiny from an anti-graft campaign in the communist-ruled country, the Ministry of Public Security said on Thursday.
Doan Anh Sang, former deputy chief executive officer of the bank, formally known as Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam, was accused of “violations of regulations on banking operations”, the ministry said on its website. He is the latest in a series of former officials from the bank to have been arrested.
In a statement on Thursday, BIDV, one of Vietnam’s largest listed banks, said Doan’s arrest would not impact its “normal operations”.
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