2012 Review of China's Listed Banks and Outlook

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“China’s banking industry has started to focus on the innovation of ideas to realize sustainable development. ”
- Jack Chan, Greater China Financial Services Leader

Listed Banks in China – 2012 Review and Outlook

According to the EY report, Listed Banks in China – 2012 Review and Outlook, with a further slowdown in the profit growth of China’s listed banks, the banking industry has embarked on new development opportunities such as e-finance, e-commerce and mobile banking.

Although the growth of intermediary services, including wealth management business, has slowed down, the market still maintains steady development.

EY has published its annual China’s listed banks’ outlook report for six consecutive years. The findings are based on observations of business development, operation models, and regulatory environment for China’s 17 listed banks.

Click here to view the full media release.
Click here to view our report (in Simplified Chinese).

 

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