Discounted China Commercial Banking Sector Study by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com15 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Triggered by recent changes and the ongoing liberalization of its banking and finance markets, China's traditional commercial banking business model is eroding. Pushed by growing demands for ever-more-sophisticated and diversified financial services, universal banks and financial conglomerates, based on the holding structures model, are developing in their place. Meanwhile, these banks are bypassing stringent regulation by means of having subsidiaries located in Hong Kong. Thus, the major Chinese banks are currently able to offer both asset management and investment banking services, thereby complementing their traditional loan and deposit services.
Discounted study “China Commercial Banking Report Q3 2012” developed by Business Monitor International (BMI) provides independent forecasts to 2016-end and competitive intelligence on the commercial banking industry in China.
The report examines the key drivers of growth and future prospects, including the macroeconomic situation, the level of development and potential for growth of the banking sector, the commercial initiatives of major players, government policy and the regulatory environment. Elaborate profiles of the leading banks, covering total assets, liabilities, client deposits, lending, bond holdings, main products and services, competitive positioning and ownership structure, are also featured.
China Commercial Banking Report Q3 2012
Published: June, 2012
Price: It was=US$ 1.175,00 It is now=US$ 999,00
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