Nguyen Canh Vinh stopped assuming the position of CEO of Southeast Asia Joint Stock Commercial Bank (SeABank) from February 8.
This was revealed in the bank’s announcement on the change of senior staff.
Le Van Tan, Deputy CEO of SeaBank will take charge till a new general director is appointed after Vinh’s termination. This is the second time in less than eight months Tan has been assigned the position of general director. When Dang Bao Khanh resigned as CEO of the bank, he had assumed the position on July 5, 2017.
Born in 1974, Vinh graduated from the National Economics University and the National University of Civil Engineering. He also holds a master’s degree from Australia’s Latrobe University. Vinh has 21 years of experience in finance, banking industry and has held many senior management positions, particularly in the retail sector.
Prior to his stint at SeABank, Vinh was deputy general director of Techcombank. Vinh took charge as the new general director of SeABank on September 25 last year.