This publication covers performance indicators in China’s banking industry, including the financial position and business performance of 26 domestic banks listed in the A-share and H-share market in 2015, industrial changes and future trends.
According to recently issued 2015 annual reports and financial information of all 26 domestic banks listed in the A-share and H-share stock markets, KPMG notes that China’s banking sector is currently experiencing steady business scale expansion, however, with slowing profit growth and continuous credit risk exposure.
This publication collects and analyses financial data from the 26 domestic banks listed in the A-share and H-share stock markets over the past years, including state-owned commercial banks, joint-equity commercial banks, and city and rural commercial banks. By analysing the business scale, growth trends, profitability, asset quality and capital adequacy, this publication updates readers on the performance and industry ranking movement of these banks.
This report also provides relevant financial information of listed banks for professionals in the banking industry. It covers key operating indicators, loan quality information, securities investments, total assets and liabilities, operating income, and operating expenses scales for 2015 and 2014.
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