Diep Dzung is the Chairman of Saigon Co.op, one of the largest retail outlets in the country. The success of Saigon Co.op, in large part, is because of his demonstrated record of corporate leadership.
He used to be on the Board of Management for Ho Chi Minh City’s Development Bank. Dzung previously served as the General Director of Ho Chi Minh City Finance and Investment State-Owned Company (HFIC), a state-owned financial investment firm.
Prior to HFIC, Dzung helped build the Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone and was its Deputy General Director since 2004. He also helped build Phu My Hung Urban Area in 1997, a modern urban multifunctional area that built upon wetlands in Ho Chi Minh City.
Dzung previously attended the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program and later lectured in Financial Analysis at the school.
Dzung won Fulbright Scholarship to study in the U.S in 1999. He holds a Master’s degree in Corporate Finance from Bentley College and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Ho Chi Minh City.