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China Merchants Bank Co. Ltd.

China Merchants Bank Co. Ltd.

Sector: National Commercial Banks Region: China


: | OTC Markets: CIHHF | Hong Kong Stock Exchange: 3968 | Frankfurt Stock Exchange: M4B | OTC Markets: CIHKY | Shanghai Stock Exchange: 600036


Similar to: Citizens Holding Co. (Mississippi), Susquehanna Bancshares, Inc., Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG

China Merchants Bank Co. Ltd. engages in the provision of corporate and retail banking products and services, conducting treasury business, the provision of asset management and trustee services and other financial services. It operates through the following segments: Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, Treasury Business, and Others. The Wholesale Banking segment provides financial services to corporations and institutions which include lending and deposit taking activities, project and structured finance products, syndicated loans, cash management, investment advice, treasury business and other investment service. The Retail Banking segment provides financial services to retail customers which include lending and deposit taking activities, credit card facilities and investment services. The Treasury Business segment covers interbank and capital market activities and proprietary trading. The Other segment include insurance underwriting, insurance agency, securities and future brokerage services, investment properties and interest in associates. The company was founded on April 8, 1987 and is headquartered in Shenzhen, China.

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Executives

Tian Huiyu, Executive Director and President of the Bank
Mr. Tian Huiyu, Executive Director and would-be President of the Bank. He joined China Merchants Bank as the Executive Director and would-be President of the Bank in May 2013. Mr. Tian obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from Columbia University and is a senior economist. From July 2003 to May 2013, he successively served as Vice President of Bank of Shanghai, Deputy General Manager of China Construction Bank Shanghai Branch, General Manager of China Construction Bank Shenzhen Branch, as well as Retail Banking Business Executive of China Construction Bank Head Office and General Manager of China Construction Bank Beijing Branch.
Li Hao, Executive Director, Executive Vice President and CFO
Mr. Li Hao, executive director of the Company. He joined the Company in May 1997 and has been an executive vice president of the Company since March 2002, and Chief Financial Officer since March 2007, and has served as an executive director of the Company since June 2007. Mr. Li obtained a master’s degree in business administration and is a senior accountant. He has been an executive assistant president and subsequently an executive vice president of the Company, and was previously the concurrent general manager of the Shanghai Branch from April 2000 to March 2002.
Zhang Guanghua, Executive Director, Executive Vice President
Mr. Zhang Guanghua, executive director of the Company. He joined the Company as an executive vice president in April 2007 and has been an executive director of the Company since June 2007. Mr. Zhang obtained a doctorate degree in economics and is a senior economist. He is also the vice chairman of the board of directors of WLB. He is a member of the Standing Council of China Society for Finance and Banking, the deputy chairman of both Guangdong Society for Finance and Banking and Guangdong Commerce Association respectively, a member of the Fifth Committee of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and a visiting professor at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and Jilin University. From September 2002 to April 2007, he served as the chief executive officer of Guangdong Development Bank.

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