EY - Listed banks in China - 2013 review and outlook

Listed banks in China - 2013 review and outlook

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“Commercial banks need to further their strategic transformation to build a long-term sustainable growth engine,”
- Jack Chan, Managing Partner, Financial Services, Greater China. 

According to our report, Listed banks in China - 2013 review and outlook, China's listed banks have achieved initial success in their strategic transformation. In 2013, fee income from their intermediary business as a percentage of operating income increased.  At the same time net interest income dropped indicating that the listed banks are reducing reliance on their traditional deposit and lending business.

To respond to the impact of the real economy on credit asset quality in economic transformation, the listed banks have enhanced protection against credit risk and made more aggressive efforts in collecting and writing off bad loans to improve asset quality.

This is EY's seventh annual report focused on China's listed banks.  The report provides a future picture of China's banking industry through observation of the business development and operating models of China's listed 19 banks and the regulatory landscape.

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