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About Postal Savings Bank of China
Postal Savings Bank of China (also known as PSBC) is a commercial retail bank founded in 2007 and headquartered in Beijing. Its origins date back to 1919 when the Postal Savings Bureau, the predecessor of China Post Savings, was established. PSBC provides basic financial services, especially to small and medium-sized enterprises, rural and low income customers. The bank has close to 40,000 branches covering all regions of China and serves nearly 600 million customers.
No. 131 Xuanwumen West Street, Xicheng District
Lyu Jiajin |
Executive Director, President
CSR Report 2020|
Annual report 2020
listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange
PSBC's shareholder structure can be accessed here.
|Complaints and grievances||
PSBC lists (in its Annual report 2019) a Hotline for customer services and complaints: (+86)-95580.
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Voluntary standardsPostal Savings Bank of China has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Postal Savings Bank of China does not have publicy available investment policies. The bank's web page on corporate social responsibility only lists its most recent annual csr reports.