China Construction Bank Corporation (0939-HK)

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Reuters  Jul 31  Comment 
China Construction Bank Corp (CCB), the country's second-biggest bank, has nominated Tian Guoli, the boss of the smaller Bank of China Ltd, to be its next chairman, three sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Mondo Visione  May 9  Comment 
On May 5, 2017, Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) and China Construction Bank Co., Ltd. (CCB) signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Shenzhen, which deepens the strategic partnership on the exiting basis. SZSE General Manager Wang Jianjun...
Channel News Asia  Apr 25  Comment 
Under the MOU, China Construction Bank will provide S$30 billion of financing services to support local and Chinese companies to invest in "One Belt, One Road" projects through Singapore.  
Mondo Visione  Mar 17  Comment 
China Construction Bank (CCB) Frankfurt Branch received authorisation as a trading and direct clearing member to the cash and derivatives markets operated by Deutsche Börse Group. This further contributes to the accessibility of the German and...
Finance Asia  Dec 10  Comment 
China Construction Bank generates a strong order book after being fairly generous with pricing.

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China Construction Bank Corporation is the second largest Commercial bank in China, with a market value of $176 Billion, providing consumer, commercial retail banking services to mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt (Germany), Johannesburg (South Africa), Tokyo (Japan), Seoul (Korea) and New York. China Construction Bank Corp maintains 13,374 in the Peoples Republic of China, which asset management, trustee, and finance leasing in addition to their principal commercial and retail lending business.

With $186 billion of cash, CCB hasn’t made any acquisitions abroad since August 2006. That’s when the Chinese lender bought Bank of America Corp.’s Hong Kong and Macau unit for $1.25 billion, gaining 17 branches. Revenue from outside mainland China accounted for 1.7 percent of Construction Bank’s total in 2008. In the past year, CCB's larger rival ICBC has spent more than $6 billion on acquisitions in Indonesia, Macau and South Africa in the past two years. Construction Bank is also seeking to buy “close to” 50 percent of China Cinda Asset Management Corp., one of the four firms set up by the government in 1999 to clean up banks’ balance sheets after they racked up bad debts.[1]

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