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Yu Xiaogang, Green Watershed
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The Industrial Bank was founded in 1988 and was one of the first batch of joint-stock commercial banks approved by the State Council and the People's Bank of China. The Industrial Bank is considered to be one of the early movers in sustainable finance in China. It was also the first Chinese bank to sign the Equator Principles.
According to the 2014 performance bulletin, by December 31, 2014, the total assets of the bank hit USD 659.5 billion.
154 Hudong Road
350003 Fuzhou, Fujian
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2015 Annual Sustainability Report
Annual Report 2015
listed on Shanghai Stock Exchange
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Voluntary initiativesIndustrial Bank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
The bank declared in its CSR policy improvements listed below. You can find policy texts under "Documents" section if the bank has disclosed any of them.
Implementation and reporting
Industrial Bank is reporting on the implementation here.
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Eight Chinese NGOs launch Green Banking Innovation Award
The Green Banking Innovation Award is launched by GreenWatershed and seven other Chinese NGOs. This award encourages the Chinese banking sector to fulfill its societal role to protect the environment, curb emissions and climate change, and promote green development. The award, first won by China Industrial Bank Co. Ltd., is the first ever in China on the topic of green banking and sustainable finance, and forms part of a trend of increasing public environmental awareness and a growing role for Chinese society in environmental protection.