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Сельскохозяйственный банк Китая

Agricultural Bank of China
Телефон95599
Branches:21550 list
Atms:26037 list
Website address:www.abchina.com/

About bank

The predecessor of Agricultural Bank of China is Agricultural Cooperative Bank established in 1951. Since late 1970s, the Bank has evolved from a state-owned specialized bank to a wholly state-owned commercial bank and subsequently a state-controlled commercial bank. The Bank was restructured into a joint stock limited liability company in January 2009. The Bank was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange respectively in July 2010, which marked the completion of our historical transformation into a public shareholding commercial bank.
Being one of the major integrated financial service providers in China, the Bank is committed to catering to the needs of Sannong and capitalizing on the synergy between the Urban Areas and the County Areas. The Bank also strives to expand into the international market and provides diversified services so as to become a first-class commercial bank. Capitalizing on the comprehensive business portfolio, extensive distribution network and advanced IT platform, the Bank provides various corporate and retail banking products and services for a broad range of customers and carries out treasury operations for our own accounts or on behalf of customers covering investment banking, fund management, financial leasing and so on. At the end of 2011, the Bank had total assets of RMB11,677,577 million, deposits of RMB9,622,026 million and loans of RMB5,628,705 million. Our capital adequacy ratio and non-performing loan ratio were 11.94% and 1.55%, respectively. The Bank achieved a net profit of RMB121,956 million in 2011.
At the end of 2011, the Bank had 23,461 domestic branch outlets, including the Head Office, 32 tier-1 branches, five branches directly managed by the Head Office, 316 tier-2 branches, 3,479 tier-1 sub-branches and 19,628 other establishments. Our overseas branch outlets consisted of three overseas branches and four overseas representative offices. Our major subsidiaries consisted of six domestic subsidiaries and three overseas subsidiaries.
In 2011, the Bank ranked No. 127 in Fortune’s Global 500, and ranked No. 7 in The Banker’s “Top 1000 World Banks” list in terms of profit before tax for the year of 2010. In 2011, the Bank’s long term deposits rating/outlook was assigned A1/Stable by Moody’s Investors Service; and the Bank’s long term credit rating/bank stability and outlook were assigned A/B+ and Stable, respectively, by Fitch Ratings.