International conference on Contemporary Issues in Finance, Banking and Accounting for Sustainable Development

The 2020 International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Finance, Banking and Accounting for Sustainable Development (CIFBA 2020) will be co-hosted by the University of Economics and Business-Vietnam National University, Hanoi (UEB-VNU, Hanoi) and the Manning School of Business, University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell); and supported by Fulbright Vietnam.

The conference provides a forum for academics and practitioners from the fields of finance, banking, and accounting to present their research and discuss contemporary issues related to financial market development, banking supervision and macro prudential in 4.0 industrial revolution, and the need for the adoption of common global accounting practices.

Participants are researchers and academics from world-leading universities (University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA; University of Lincoln, UK; University of Swinburne, Australia, etc.), central banks and government authorities (State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), Vietnam Deposit Insurance (DIV), National Finance Supervision Committee of Vietnam (NFSC), and practitioners from the private sector.

Why Should Attend?

  • Present your research to a truly international audience and receive constructive feedback.
  • Network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in your fields.
  • All accepted paper abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN. Authors of accepted papers are entitled to have their completed papers published and indexed in the conference proceedings.


  • Monday – Wednesday
  • January 06 – 08, 2020

University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University at 144 Xuan Thuy Street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi, Vietnam.


Full paper submission: 15/10/2019

Conference registration: 30/11/2019



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