National Day Notice

Dear Valued Clients,

Thank you for banking with Standard Chartered Bank (Vietnam) Limited.

We will close for National Day Sep 2nd 2019 and re-open for business as below schedule:

Closing time

Re-opening time

Saturday, Aug 31st 2019 – Monday, Sep 2nd 2019

Tuesday, Sep 3rd 2019

  • During the holiday, SMS banking, Card and ATM networks are at normal service, except following ATM will be outage due to maintenance:


ATM Address


Saigon Trade Center, 37 Ton Duc Thang street, district 1, Ho Chi Minh city

  • Online Banking Service: please note the processing schedule for following requests:

Request type

Cut-off time

Processing date

Local & Overseas fund transfer

All requests scheduled after cut-off time of Friday, Aug 30th 2019 to Monday, Sep 2nd 2019

Tuesday, Sep 3rd, 2019

Request to set up Standing order for SC transfer

Request to change information

Requests made after 17:30 of Friday, Aug 30th, 2019 to Monday, Sep 2nd 2019

Request to set up Standing order for Credit Card

Requests made on Friday, Aug 30th 2019 to Monday, Sep 2nd 2019

Except the requests mentioned above, Online Banking is at normal service.

  • Credit Card/Personal Loan payment made via Payoo:
    all repayments after 17:00 Friday, Aug 30th 2019 to Monday, Sep 2nd 2019 will be processed on Tuesday, Sep 3rd 2019

Thank you and wish you a good holiday!

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