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Bank Of Communications Qtrly Net Interest Income RMB 40,758 Mln Vs RMB 40,165 Mln
Bank Of Communications Posts HY Net Interest Income Of RMB78,486 Million
Bank Of Communications Sold 54.4 Mln Shares In Ko Yo Chemical On Aug 5 - HKEX Filing
Bank of Communications Co Ltd mainly provides banking and related financial services. The Bank's businesses are divided into four segments: Personal Finance Business segment, Corporate Finance Business segment, Capital Business segment and Other Businesses segment. Personal Finance Business segment mainly include personal loans, retail deposits, credit cards and remittances. Corporate Finance Business segment mainly include corporate loans, bills, trade financing, corporate deposits and remittances. Capital Business segment mainly include money market fund borrowing and buying, investment securities, and selling securities under sell repurchase agreements.
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No. 188 Yincheng Middle Road
Pudong New Area
Chairman of the Board, Executive Director
Head of the Bank, Vice Chairman of the Board, Executive Director
Deputy Head of the Bank
Deputy Head of the Bank
Chief Business Officer-Interbank & Market Business
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* NPL ratio steady at 1.6% at end Q3 from end Q2 (Adds details)
Bank of Communications Co (BoCom), China's sixth-largest listed lender by assets, reported a 37.9% increase in third-quarter net profit on Friday as the country's banks recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
* Net interest margins remain fairly steady (Adds CCB, context)
China's Bank of Communications Co Ltd, the country's sixth-largest lender by assets, reported on Friday a 15.1% increase in first-half net profit as the economy recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic.
China's Bank of Communications Co Ltd (BoCom) reported a 2.3% rise in first-quarter net profit, helped by the world's second-biggest economy rebounding from the coronavirus pandemic.
Three of China's largest lenders on Friday booked a jump in fourth-quarter net profit of well over 40%, the first green shoots since the global COVID pandemic battered borrowers last year.
Two of China's largest lenders, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and Bank of Communications Co Ltd (BoCom) ,, booked a jump in fourth-quarter net profit on Friday of well over 40%.
China's Bank of Communications Co Ltd (BoCom), booked a 49.2% jump in fourth-quarter net profit, its first profit gain in three quarters.
Two major state-owned Chinese banks warned on Monday that they could restrict trading of precious metals and foreign exchange products if this week's U.S. presidential election fuels market volatility.
China's Bank of Communications Co Ltd (BoCom) said, according to The Paper, that the plunge in U.S. crude oil futures prices to negative territory this month had no impact on customers of its oil futures trading products.
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