Kienlong Bank built its Head Office in Rach Gia City with 04 branches and 03 sub-branches which located in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang Province and Phu Quoc Island District.
- As at December 31, 2005, Kienlong Bank raised its chartered capital to over VND28 billion from VND1.2 billion, an increase of 23 times compared to the year 1995.
- Mobilized funds increased to VND320 billion from VND2.1 billion in 1995, an increase of over 150 times compared to its first year of establishment. The average growth rate of mobilized funds reached by over 50%, of which mainly mobilized from the idle capital of residents.
- The outstanding loans gained over VND3 billion as at end-1995, and over VND500 billion as at December 31, 2005, an increase of over 107 times. The average growth rate of outstanding loans was 42%, meeting the lending demand of more than 60,000 customers.
- Kienlong Bank made non-stop efforts to enhance its credit quality by closely applying credit procedures to minimize credit risks, and the overdue debt was often controlled at less than 2% (In 2005: the non-performing loan was kept at 1.93%).
- Kienlong Bank developed new banking services as follows: payment of travelers' cheques, domestic and foreign remittances, foreign exchange and other non-cash payment methods via customers' banking accounts with an average annual growth rate of over 40%.
- In 1996, the Bank's profit only reached VND45 million, but as at December 12, 1995, this figure increased to more than 14 billion, an increase of over 314 times. The average annual growth rate of profit were by 98%.
- As at December 2004, the number of the bank's employees increased to 200 from 10 compared to the 1995 figure.
- In this period, the Bank created favorable conditions for its employees to improve their professional knowledge by sending them to short-term and long-term training courses. In particular, Kienlong Bank joined hands with Vietnam Banks Association to assign its employees to attend overseas training courses at foreign banks in Thailand, South Korea, Singapore, and Malaysia, etc.