The central bank will enhance supervision on the country’s key payment systems. — VNA/VNS Photo The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) will enhance the supervision on the country’s key payment systems, according to a newly-issued regulation of the SBV. Under a circular which will take effect from January 1, 2019, the systems include the nation’s inter-bank electronic payment system, the foreign currency payment system (operated by the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Viet Nam), the payment system for securities trading and the finance switching system. According to the circular, the close control is aimed to ensure the safety, stability and efficiency of the systems. It is also designed to ensure payment compliance with the country’s laws. The SBV also expects the tightened supervision will help minimise risks for payment service firms, as well as protect the rights and interests of customers using the services. The move was made after local media reports of some Chinese-owned shops in Viet Nam using unauthorised Chinese payment machines to accept Chinese cards and QR-code payment from Chinese tourists in Viet Nam, raising concerns about unauthorised foreign currency payments and tax losses. The People’s Committee of Khanh Hoa Province sent… Read full this story
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