VietBank offers preferential loans to teaching staff

A university lecturer teaching at Medicine University. Vietbank offers preferential loans to all teaching staffs (Photo: B. Long)

VietBank will continue to offer preferential loans to teachers and staff working in education centers from preschools to universities, following the success of many such support programs.

The Bank is committed to offering preferential loans at an interest rate of 8.5 percent a year for a maximum term of 15 years.

Bank customers can borrow loans worth up to 100 percent of the collateral, and documentation and several regulations have been simplified.

Customers can thus use the loan for spending, businesses, house purchase, house repair, car purchase or any such need.

The program has been set up to express gratitude to teachers.

By Tu Anh - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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