Vietnam is a key market in Southeast Asia with a young population where 60 percent of the population is under 40 years old and has access to competitive universities offering IT, engineering, and economics programs. The population is steadily growing, and it is expected to reach 100 million within a few years. Vietnam offers favorable conditions for foreign investors for several reasons: strategic location, ample workforce with competitive labor costs, and a relatively open environment for foreign direct investment, just to name a few. Currently, Vietnam has two stock exchanges, the Hanoi Stock Exchange and the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, but they are set to merge under the current year. The VN-index, which is an all-share index across these exchanges, has achieved a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of +23.1% between 2002 and 2018, and +13% CAGR over the past three years. Vietnam’s GDP per capita is around $3,000 and it has not experienced a single year of negative growth since the early 1980s, creating a favorable environment for growth. Vietnam faced its most challenging period during the pandemic in 2021, resulting in growth dropping to the second-lowest level since 1986 at 2.91%.