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Jiangsu Expressway, Party Acting In Concert Raise Holdings In Bank Of Jiangsu To 5.0%
Shanghai Exchange Filing Shows Block Trade Of Bank Of Jiangsu's Shares Involving 272.5 Mln Yuan
Bank Of Jiangsu Says 6-Month Net Profit Up 25.2% Y/Y
BANK OF JIANGSU CO., LTD. is a China-based regional commercial bank. The bank is principally engaged in the provision of banking and related financial services. The Bank mainly operates its businesses through personal banking business, corporate banking business, interbank financial business, network finance business, small and micro financial business, as well as credit card issuing. Its personal banking business provides loan, deposit, investment and financing, as well as bank card business to individuals. Its corporate banking business provides deposit and lending services, wealth management services, as well as project finance financing services, among others to enterprises. The Bank is also involved in the provision of electronic banking, Internet banking, mobile phone banking and telephone banking services.
No. 26 Zhonghua Road
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Chief Information Officer, Deputy Head of the Bank
Deputy Head of the Bank, Executive Director
Head of the Bank, Executive Director
Deputy Head of the Bank, Secretary of the Board, Executive Director
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China stocks ended the session higher on Thursday, underpinned by gains in financials after some heavyweight companies reported robust first-quarter profits, while some mutual funds' high allocations to the banking sector also lent support.
China stocks edged higher on Thursday, led by gains in financials on upbeat first-quarter earnings from many heavyweight companies in the sector, while some mutual funds' high allocations to the banking sector also lent support.
China took a big step last week on the long road toward recapitalization of banks hobbled by stale loans, giving a first ever approval for a perpetual bond issue by a lender, but going by initial feedback "perps" could be difficult to sell.
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