Located in the heart of Hanoi and HCMC’s bustling business districts, the two world-class, energy-efficient buildings are wholly owned and developed by Techcombank.
The unveiling of its new headquarters comes as Techcombank celebrates its 30th anniversary and confirms its position among the leading banks in Asia.
The two buildings were designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Foster + Partners and are the first buildings designed by the firm to be opened in Vietnam.
Each building has a unique design that reflects the historic and cultural heritage of the city. Inside, open designs aim to bring people together to facilitate collaboration and innovation.
Jens Lottner, CEO of Techcombank, said that the new headquarters were now in two world-class financial buildings in prime locations in Hanoi and HCMC. The designs by Foster + Partners have created open and collaborative working environments that will encourage innovation and the sharing of ideas.
“Our employees can now be proud of the two new headquarters. Each building will help to empower our people so that they can better serve the customers while also contributing to the sustainable development of Hanoi and HCMC,” he said.
The opening of the two new buildings was celebrated by immersive digital art exhibitions designed to showcase Vietnam’s cultural heritage.
At the Techcombank Tower in Hanoi, a collection of digital artworks was displayed that represented the synergy of heritage and the future that is embodied in the building’s design.
At the Techcombank Tower Saigon, the exhibition connected architecture, nature, and people in a way that expressed the city’s “dynamic and constant movement”. The two exhibitions are the largest digital art installations to be shown in Vietnam.
Techcombank’s new headquarters offers employees an excellent working environment comparable with modern buildings found in other global financial centers.
Their design incorporates open workspaces and modern amenities that reflect the bank’s strong commitment to creating the best working conditions for its people.
In 2022 and 2023, Techcombank became the first Vietnamese bank to run overseas talent roadshows when it visited Singapore, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia to recruit Vietnamese-born talents to return to the country and join the bank.
In September 2023, Techcombank also became the first and only Vietnamese bank to be named in the top 11 of the Best Workplaces in Asia 2023 by the Great Place to Work, a leading global organization that assesses workplace culture.
It is a testament to Techcombank’s relentless efforts on its 30-year journey of development to invest in its people and create a working environment and culture that empowers them to achieve their full potential.
The opening of the two new state-of-the-art office buildings not only redefines the bank’s physical presence but also sets new standards for workplace innovation.
“With modern amenities, sustainable design, and a focus on fostering creativity and collaboration, the buildings reflect our dedication to excellence. Techcombank can now offer a working environment comparable to leading global organizations, and this confirms our commitment to attracting and empowering the best talent,” said Lottner.