Bank chairman's daughter appointed CEO of DOJI jewelry

By Quynh Trang   October 7, 2023 | 08:26 pm PT
Bank chairman's daughter appointed CEO of DOJI jewelry
Do Vu Phuong Anh is appointed new CEO of jewelry giant DOJI. Photo courtesy of DOJI
Jewelry giant DOJI has appointed Do Vu Phuong Anh as CEO from September to replace her younger brother Do Minh Duc, who served as CEO and vice chairman for over six years.

After leaving his CEO post, Duc is taking over as permanent vice chairman of DOJI, according to information released by DOJI Jewelry Group Joint Stock Company.

Both Anh and Duc are the children of Do Minh Phu, chairman of the Founding Council of DOJI Group and chairman of private lender TP Bank.

Born in 1980, Anh is Phu's eldest child, and graduated with a degree from the Department of Banking and Finance at Hanoi National Economics University.

She obtained an MBA from the University of Hawaii in the U.S., then returned to DOJI to take a position as a member of the Executive Board. She has many years of experience in the field of corporate governance and human resource management, holding senior leadership positions as Deputy General Director of Human Resources and System Reform at Diana Joint Stock Company, and Deputy General Director of Human Resources Operations of DOJI Group.

Duc is considered a bright successor to lead the jewelry giant, having held key positions as business director, deputy general director, vice chairman and CEO.

DOJI, founded by Do Minh Phu, is one of the largest family businesses in Vietnam. In addition to its core business of jewelry and gemstones, DOJI also operates in the fields of real estate, tourism, banking and finance.

The firm is a major shareholder in Tien Phong Bank (TPBank).

In the first half of this year, DOJI Group's after-tax profit was more than VND150 billion ($6.15 million), a sharp decrease compared to the VND1 trillion figure recorded over the same period last year.

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