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About China Merchants Bank
China Merchants Bank (CMB) was established in April 1987 and it is headquartered in Shenzhen, China. The bank was China's first joint-stock commercial bank. CMB primarily focuses on the Chinese domestic market, offering corporate and retail banking products. For overseas markets, CMB has two wholly-owned subsidiaries: Wing Lung Bank and CMB International Capital Corporation and branches in Hong Kong, New York, Taipei and London.
China Merchants Bank Tower, No 7088, Shennan Boulevard
Tian Huiyu |
Executive Director and President
Annual report 2019|
CSR report 2019
Annual report 2018
listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange & Shenzhen Stock Exchange
China Merchants Bank's largest shareholder is the China state-owned Assets Supervision & Admn Commission (39.8%). The bank's complete shareholder structure can be accessed here.
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China Merchants Bank does not have publicly available investment policies. Nor does the bank have a web page on corporate social responsibility. The bank's csr web page only lists its most recent annual csr report.