Harbin Bank

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Harbin Bank (in Chinese: 哈尔滨银行, SEHK6138) is a commercial bank, with its headquarters in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. It was established in 1997 as Harbin City Commercial Bank, opened its branches in Harbin City only, but changed its name to Harbin Bank in 2007 and has since opened branches in Dalian, Tianjin Shuangyashan and Jixi. It ranks 4th by Comprehensive competitiveness among Chinese city commercial banks in 2011.[1]

Harbin Banks in the past[edit]

In 1921, Harbin Bank was established, which later was merged with Central Bank of Manchou.

Separately, the Harbin Bank was also established in 1944 through a merger of Detai and Dacheng Banks, whose stock was 36 percent owned by the Japanese Government and the Central Bank of Manchou, which was requisitioned by the People's Republic of China government in 1954.

See also[edit]

Dalian Bank, Shengjing Bank (Shenyang), Bank of Jilin (Changchun), Harbin Bank, etc.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011全国城市商行竞争力排名 哈尔滨银行居第四". 哈尔滨新闻网. 2011-10-11. Retrieved 2014-05-17. 

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