Home Credit proudly receives certificates of merit from the Prime Minister
Home Credit – the leading company in the consumer finance service in Vietnam – was honored to receive certificates of merit from the Prime Minister, recognizing the excellent team and person in 2009-2013.
(HCMC, July 9, 2014), Home Credit – the leading company in the consumer finance service in Vietnam – was honored to receive certificates of merit from the Prime Minister, recognizing the excellent team and person in 2009-2013.
At the awarding ceremony, Friedrich Weiss, Chairman of Home Credit Vietnam, said: “Being a foreign enterprise operating in Vietnam, we are extremely proud as we are granted the valuable and meaningful certificates of merit from the Prime Minister. These merits once again prove great contributions of Home Credit to Vietnam during our six years in the market. Under the mission “A responsible lender,” Home Credit not only deeply understands demands of customers to offer diverse products with the highest transparency and responsibility but also supplies to consumers basic financial knowledge, helping them gradually access and know about the consuming loan model and improve the life quality.”
One of things bringing big success to Home Credit is thorough understanding of demands to offer diverse products for customers. The company is holding the biggest share in the consumer finance market as well as the leading position in diverse financial packages, bringing effective financial solutions to low-and-mid-income persons.
During six years in Vietnam, Home Credit has considerable contributions in supporting Vietnam’s economic development in the global turbulent situation. The company has partnered with nearly 5,000 outlets and electronics shopping centers in 63 cities and provinces nationwide. Under the business cooperation, Home Credit helps stimulate consumption, increase consumption power and enhance sales capacity for partners. Specializing in financial services, the company has given 7,000 jobs to workers who are trained about consumer financial services knowledge in various levels.
Home Credit is also the pioneer in improving knowledge of consumer lending to Vietnamese people. One thousand financial consulting handbooks were given for free of charge as part of the “Think it through, sign it wisely” in 2013. Many workshops and consulting seminars about consumer financial services have been hold under cooperation with HCMC Society of Women and local women clubs.
Moreover, Home Credit has been recognized with wonderful practical social activities related to education and health. Under the “My friends – The ones overcoming difficulties in life“ scholarship program, Home Credit has handed 600 scholarships worth VND4.5 billion to poor, good students. In 2014, the company kicked off the “Blossoming Buds” Fund to hand 1,000 scholarships to workers’ children under ages for kindergarten from industrial parks and export processing zones in HCMC, Binh Duong and Dong Nai. Home Credit is the pioneer in investment into education for kindergarten children. In addition, the company worked with Hospital 175 to sponsor heat surgeries to poor patients as well as to supply free treatment and medicines to thousands of disadvantaged people nationwide
Friedrich Weiss added: “Towards sustainable growth, Home Credit always complies with investment into improving knowledge of consumer lending to people. Through increasing the number of people knowing consumer lending, we hope to help open a wider market for other enterprises in the similar sector. The more people know about the service, the more people improve their living standard thanks to demands responded on time. This is also an element to boost a sustainable economy.”