China Merchants Bank
|Traded as||SEHK: 3968 SSE: 600036|
|Headquarters||Shenzhen, Guangdong, China|
|Area served||People's Republic of China|
|Key people||Qin Xiao (Chairman)
Ma Weihua (Governor)
Multi-function debit card:"one-card"(Yi Ka Tong in Chinese);Internet bank called "Free Net Phone"(Yi Wang Tong in Chinese);Dual-currency Credit Card;Clickgold Corporate Finance;Golden Sunflower service system for VIPs.
|Services||Deposit、loan and other bank services,|
|Operating income||It gained 8.262 billion(RMB) as retained profits in the first half year of 2009.|
|Owners||China Merchants Group (18%)|
|Parent||China Merchants Group|
|Subsidiaries||In China Mainland,it has built 32 Level-1 branches,50 Level-2 ones;12 directly under branches;2 oversea branches(in Hong Kong and New York),etc.|
China Merchants Bank (CMB) (Chinese: 招商银行; pinyin: Zhāoshāng Yínháng SEHK: 3968, SSE: 600036) is a bank headquartered in Shenzhen, China. Founded in 1987, it is the first share-holding commercial bank wholly owned by corporate legal entities.
CMB operates its businesses through personal banking business, including personal savings, personal loans, investment banking, foreign exchange trading, gold trading and bank card services, among others; corporate banking business, including corporate savings, corporate loans, international settlements, trade financing, assets custody, financing leasing services and corporate annuities, among others, as well as online banking services and electronic banking services.
As of December 31, 2008, the Bank had 44 branches and 623 sub-branches, one representative, one credit card center, one credit loan center for small companies, as well as 1,567 self-service banks in China.
January CMB was a finalist in the second session of "Investigation on Chinese World-class Brand" of Britain Financial Times. CMB ranked 11th in "Brand Value" and "Premium Brands". 11th, January CMB ranked 1st for 4.3 times in the charts of Global Bank Price/Value/Ratio.
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