Country Profile -- Vietnam : The DNA of the CFO

Clark, Paul
May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p14
Trade Publication
An excerpt of the article "The DNA of the CFO," Ernst & Young LLP's publication in 2011 related to chief financial officers (CFOs) of insurance companies of Vietnam is presented.


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