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Market Cap
96.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
103.1K
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Shares Outstanding
83.6B
EX-Date
06/19/14
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Dividend
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Dividend Yield
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Bank of China Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides a range of corporate banking, personal banking, treasury operations, investment banking, insurance, and other services in the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and internationally. The company’s Corporate Banking segment offers current accounts, deposits, overdrafts, loans, trade-related products and other credit facilities, foreign currency, derivatives, and wealth management products to corporate customers, government authorities, and financial institutions. Its Personal Banking segment provides savings deposits, personal loans, credit and debit cards, payments and settlements, wealth management products, and funds and insurance agency services to retail customers. The company’s Treasury Operations segment is involved in the foreign exchange transactions, customer-based interest rate and foreign exchange derivative transactions, money market transactions, proprietary trading, and asset and liability management. Its Investment Banking segment offers debt and equity underwriting and financial advisory, stock brokerage, investment research and asset management, and private equity investment services, as well as sells and trades securities. The company’s Insurance segment is engaged in the underwriting of general and life insurance products; and provision of insurance agency services. As of December 31, 2013, Bank of China Limited had 11,483 Chinese and international branches, subsidiaries, and outlets, including 10,863 branches, subsidiaries, and outlets in Chinese mainland; and 620 branches, subsidiaries, and representative offices in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and internationally. The company is also involved in the aircraft leasing business. It operated a fleet of 226 aircraft, including 206 owned and 20 managed aircraft. It has strategic partnership with Deutsche Borse. Bank of China Limited was founded in 1912 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.

294,225 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/19/14
Founded in 1912

bank of china ltd-h (W8V) Top Compensated Officers

Vice Chairman, President and Member of Strate...
Total Annual Compensation: CNY699.6K
Chairman of the Board and Chairman of Strateg...
Total Annual Compensation: CNY557.0K
Chief Credit Officer
Total Annual Compensation: CNY5.2M
Executive Vice President, Executive Director,...
Total Annual Compensation: CNY715.0K
Chief Audit Officer
Total Annual Compensation: CNY706.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

bank of china ltd-h (W8V) Key Developments

Bank of China Limited Announces Earnings Results for the First Half Year Ended June 30, 2014

Bank of China Limited announced earnings results for the first half year ended June 30, 2014. For the period the company reported basic earnings per share of CNY 0.32 higher than the CNY 0.29 it realized in the same period of 2013. The Bank reported an 11% first half net profit growth at CNY 89.72 billion compared with CNY 80.72 billion from the previous year. Net interest income grew 14.12% year on year to CNY 156.68 billion, and its non-interest income for the period rose 13.74% year on year to CNY 78.25 billion. Weighted average return on net assets was 18.57%.

Bank of Taiwan and Bank of China Limited Ink Cooperative Agreement

Bank of Taiwan and Bank of China Limited have inked cooperative agreement for granting credit lines.

Chinese Commercial Banks May Sell Non-Performing Loans

China's four state-owned banks have initiated a plan to raise $73 billion by selling their assets, to cut down on their liabilities. Among the banks include Bank of China Limited (SEHK:3988), Agricultural Bank of China Limited (SEHK:1288), Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (SEHK:1398) and China Construction Bank Corporation (SEHK:939), reported the Wall Street Journal. China has allowed five local governments to open asset-management companies in eastern and southern China to buy non-performing loans from local banks and thus help them in refreshing their balance sheets. JP Morgan Asset Management Asia Chief Market Strategist Tai Hui was quoted by the Walls Street Journal as saying, "They are setting up the pieces of the jigsaw for the financial system to be much less state dependent and more market driven."

 

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