Corporate Bank Account Opening Services in Vietnam

Vietnam corporate information

With our professional legal knowledge and experience of handling Corporate Bank Account Opening, we will strive to provide our clients with one-stop services to open bank accounts for the foreign-owned company.

For bank account opening in Vietnam, we can work with most of the major banks in Vietnam. We will help you to match with the most suitable bank based on your business background and needs.

If the legal representative of the company could visit Vietnam and open a bank account directly, that person and the accountant will need to be present and stay 1 day for corporate documents signing and bank account opening as the bank requires to verify your signature in person.

If the investor cannot be present in Vietnam, we could support opening a bank account remotely, meaning that the investor doesn’t have to be present in Vietnam. The investor only needs to sign the required documents prepared by our team and make a video call with the bank with our support.

What are the benefits of using Premia TNC services?

  • Provide a dedicated and professional consultant team are experienced-experts in many other majors.
  • Provide services with completely free of consultant fee.
  • Reasonable and competitive service costs.
  • Quick and hassle-free process.
  • Always ensure the highest quality of service.

Should you need further assistance regarding Corporate Bank Account Opening Services, feel free to contact us or fill out the following form.


The below is the list of top banks for a foreign investor to consider opening a bank account in Vietnam:

- United Overseas Bank (Vietnam) Limited (UOB)
- Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank)
- Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Vietcombank)
- Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV)
- Vietnam International Bank (VIB)
- Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank)
- Vietnam Prosperity Joint-Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank)


Yes, it is. Currently, some banks allow remote account opening procedures. What the company need to do is arrange a conference call for the bank to compare and verify the investor’s signature.