Welcome to EY Vietnam
EY Vietnam was the first international auditing and advisory organization to have established a legally recognized 100% foreign owned company in Vietnam. We were awarded our license in 1992 and are committed to the long-term development of Vietnam and its people.
We have offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and employ over 860 local and expatriate professional staff. We have a number of expatriates from United States of America, Europe, Australia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines as well as a large number of Vietnamese staff that have extensive experience in serving international clients locally in Vietnam and abroad. They are dedicated to providing the same level of professional service that our clients worldwide have come to expect.
Locally, we are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Globally, we are also united by our shared values, which inspire our people worldwide and guide them to do the right thing, and our commitment to quality, which is embedded in who we are and everything we do.
We also invite you to learn more about the EY difference: high-performing teams delivering exceptional client service.
An exceptional EY experience awaits you. Find out how you can start building a better working world through internship and graduate opportunities.
Digital transformation is disrupting banking business models across Asia-Pacific. Do banks stay being digitally disrupted or transition to being redesigned for digital future?
EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs program helps fast-growth entrepreneurs to scale and accelerate their business. Learn more and meet the final startups to be announced soon.
Join inspirational entrepreneurs and business and government leaders from China and around the world to accelerate growth.
Almost three-quarters of life sciences respondents in APAC agree that bribery and corruption happen widely in their sector, putting talent and growth strategies at risk.
The formation of the ASEAN Economic Community by end-2015 is only one of many milestones of a long-term economic integration journey.
Given the ongoing war for talent in Asia-Pacific, executives and boards need to revisit their fraud, bribery and corruption risk mitigation strategies.
Updates on Immigration Law, work permit exemptions and requirements on visa and work permit for foreign business travelers.
Stable prices and currency will support medium-term growth of 6%-7% in Vietnam, according to our latest Rapid-Growth Markets Forecast.
2015 Transparency Report of EY Vietnam
The Transparency Report (pdf, 6.05mb)following request from the Ministry of Finance.