Vietnam Multi-Level Sales Association is a socio-professional organization of Vietnamese enterprises doing business by multi-level method, established under Decision No. 935/QD-BNV dated June 15, 2009. of the Minister of the Interior. The Association’s charter was approved by the Ministry of Home Affairs in Decision 1363/QD-BNV dated October 2, 2009.
The association was established for the purpose of gathering and uniting members, protecting the legitimate rights and interests of members, supporting each other to operate effectively, and contributing to the country’s socio-economic development. The association has its own legal status, seal and account; operating in accordance with the law of Vietnam.
– Head office: 3rd floor, 100 Lo Duc street, Dong Mac ward, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi city;
– Representative office: No. 07 Nguyen Van Troi, Ward 11, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City.
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On November 27, 2020, the Vietnam Multi-Level Sales Association successfully held the Association Congress for the third term (2020-2025). Up to the present time, the Association has undergone three operating terms with the function of gathering and uniting business enterprises in a multi-level manner to cooperate, support and protect the legitimate interests of the Association. members, improve business ethics, timely grasp the guidelines and policies of the State, thereby doing business in accordance with the law, contributing to the socio-economic development of the whole country.
Regarding the structure of the Association’s Executive Committee, there are: 01 Chairman, 01 Vice-Chairman and 05 members. The President of the Association is Ms. Truong Thi Nhi – Director of Aloe Trading Company Limited.
About Association members: Currently, the Association currently has 20 members who are multi-level business enterprises.
Regarding duties, according to Article 7 of the amended and supplemented Charter approved on June 6, 2021, the Association performs the following tasks:
– Comply with the provisions of the law related to the organization and operation of the Association; organize and operate according to the approved Association Charter in accordance with the law; must not take advantage of the Association’s activities to harm national security, social order, fine customs and traditions of the nation, and legitimate rights and interests of individuals and organizations.
– Gather and unite members; organize, connect and coordinate activities among members for the common benefit of the Association; strictly implement the principles and purposes of the Association to participate in the development of fields related to the Association’s activities, contributing to the construction and economic development of the country.
– Disseminating and fostering knowledge for members, guiding members to comply with the laws, regimes and policies of the State and the Association’s Charter, regulations and regulations.
– Representing members to participate in and make recommendations to competent authorities on guidelines and policies related to the Association’s field of operation in accordance with law.
– Commendation, conciliation of disputes, settlement of complaints and denunciations within the Association in accordance with the law and the Association’s Charter.
– Developing and promulgating the code of ethics in the Association’s activities.
– Annually, the Association must report on the organization and operation of the association to the competent state management agency specified in Article 14 of Decree No. 45/2010/ND-CP dated April 21, 2010 of the Government. The Government shall stipulate the organization, operation and management of associations and state management agencies in the industries and fields in which the Association operates, no later than December 1 of each year.
– Comply with the guidance, examination and inspection of the competent state agencies in the observance of the law.
– Make and keep at the Association’s headquarters the list of members, branches, representative offices and units affiliated to the Association, books and documents on assets and finance of the Association and representative offices, minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors of the Association.
– Manage and use the Association’s funding sources in accordance with the provisions of law.
– Perform other duties when required by competent authorities.