Kim Eng

Kim Eng Securities Vietnam

Kim Eng Securities

Kim Eng Securities is the 4th largest in Vietnam. A relative new comer, they are related to Kim Eng Securities in Singapore.

Contact Information

The 1st Floor, 255 Tran Hung Dao Street, District 1, HCMC, Vietnam
Tel: (+84.8) 38 38 66 46 – Fax: (+84.8) 3838 6639



KEopening : Kim Eng Securities Account opening Form

KEtradingcode : Application for Securities Trading Code

Bank Account

Kim Eng Securities is affiliated to both Eximbank and BIDV Bank. The account opening forms are as follows:


KEF19A : Securities trading account opening request. VND Account for listed securities settlement.

KEF22A : Foreign currency account where you will transfer money, in USD or the currency of your choice.

KEF21A: Capital Contribution account application.

internetbankingeib : Registration for Eximbank Internet Banking Services (optional).

remiteib : Instruction for transfer of monies. Required if you are overseas. Optional for locals.


Forms not available.


2 responses to “Kim Eng

  1. therestfulfarmer

    July 30, 2013 at 4:57 am


    Just would like to compliment you on a very informative and detailed writeup about the Vietnamese stock market. Good job!

    May I seek your opinion regarding opening a brokerage account in Vietnam? Which provides the best customer service, and which would you recommend for overseas investors? I am currently looking at KE as they have services here in Sg as well. If you could share with me the brokerage you use and the reasons so, it will be deeply appreciated.


    • FuturesAsia

      July 30, 2013 at 5:45 am

      Hi therestfulfarmer, if you are already with KE, you will know their very premium brokerage charges wrt Vietnamese stocks already :) Even though I am Singaporean and use their Singapore brokerage I am not their customer in Vietnam. Neither do I know of anyone who is a customer of KE so I cannot comment much on their service and other aspects.

      As this is a public forum, I don’t think it is fair to reveal which broker that I use but I really think you should shop around first before making a decision. Other than the stock brokerage your broker is also very important as well. Is he/she responsive to you? Can communicate well with you or not?

      All these are equally important issues that you may want to consider. Moreover, in Vietnam you cannot have multiple brokerage accounts so it is important to make your choice wisely.

      Best regards, FuturesAsia


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