About Vinh Ho

Vinh Ho is the president and CEO of Vietnomics LLC.  He advises clients on public equity investment.

Mr. Ho manages stock portfolios in Vietnam and in the United States for his clients. He focuses on well-managed, smaller, growing companies with sound fundamantals, high potential and strong value.  He looks for long-term growth potential among smaller firms whose shares are trading at low price-to-book ratios and low price-to-earnings ratios.

A native of Vietnam and a 2002 graduate from University of Law in Ho Chi Minh City, he practiced law in Ninh Thuan Province Rang for a legal aid center sponsored by Swedish International Development Agency defending the poor, women and juvenile offenders in criminal and civil court cases.  Then he worked in the legal department of Sacombank, one of Vietnam’s largest.  There, he acquired extensive experience in international commerce, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts between Sacombank and international banks. He was also the legal advisor and secretary of the Members’ Council Sacombank and ANZ Card Limited Company in Ho Chi Minh City.

In 2008, Mr. Ho moved to the U.S. to pursue his education.  He subsequently earned in 2012 an MBA in banking and finance from Marquette University and in 2014 a master’s degree in banking and finance law from Boston University School of Law.   

Mr. Ho is co-founder of Temple Hills LLC, a coffee company he created in 2011 with his partner, Jeff Browne. In addition to developing a marketing strategy for a new coffee brand from Vietnam, he worked as legal counsel and advisor of Vietnomics LLC, that built cultural and business bridges between the U.S. and Vietnam. He developed distributorships of American products in Vietnam and advised investment opportunities for American companies in Vietnam.






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