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China Construction Bank (CCB) is a leading commercial bank in China providing a comprehensive range of commercial banking products and services. CCB's business consists of three principal business segments: corporate banking, personal banking, and treasury operations. CCB is among the market leaders in China in a number of products and services, including infrastructure loans, residential mortgage and bank cards. In 2015 CCB was the second largest bank in the world by market capitalization and 6th largest company in the world. It operates a network of over 14,925 branches and sub-branches in 31 provinces around Mainland China and maintains overseas branches in Barcelona, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, New York, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo, Melbourne, Sidney and Auckland, and a wholly owned subsidiary in London.
25 Finance Street, Xicheng District
100033 Beijing, PRC
Wang Hongzhang |
Chairman & Executive Director
Annual report 2015|
Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2014
listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange & Shanghai Stock Exchange
Voluntary initiativesChina Construction Bank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
The bank declared in its CSR policy and CSR report improvements listed below.
CCB gives priority to developing financial services for small enterprises and providing better financial services to address the public needs for the 'Three Rural' and facilitate the development of the western region.
CCB undertakes its environmental responsibility conscientiously and strongly supports the low carbon economy and environmental protection industry. The bank is also attentive to social needs and actively participates in charity work to ensure it gives back to society. It is concerned with community development and contributes to the improvement of the harmonious development of society.
The important topics of CCB were identified in its CSR report 2014, including:
- support green credit policy
- enhance customer satisfaction
- staff incentive programs
- inclusive financial services
- operation continuity
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BankTrack has assessed China Construction Bank on its implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in June 2016. China Construction Bank is assessed as a Laggard, with a total score of 0/12.