China Merchants Bank
|Traded as||SEHK: 3968 SSE: 600036|
|Headquarters||Shenzhen, Guangdong, China|
|People's Republic of China|
|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,|
|It gained 8.262 billion(RMB) as retained profits in the first half year of 2009.|
|Owner||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.|
|Slogan||To be blue-chip in the Stock Market,Create a centenary "China Merchants Bank"|
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 the following businesses:
Personal Banking Business, including personal savings, personal loans, investment banking, foreign exchange trading, gold trading and bank card services, among others.
Corporate & Investment Banking Business, including corporate savings, corporate loans, international settlements, trade financing, assets custody, M&A advisory, FX, fixed income, syndication among others.
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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