PricewaterhouseCoopers: overall net profit of China's listed banks increased by 6.28% in the first half compared with the same period last year
Bank of Guizhou: interim report 2022
Guizhou Bank: interim results announcement for the six months ended June 30, 2022
As Bank of Guizhou (HKG:6199) increases 4.9% this past week, investors may now be noticing the company's one-year earnings growth
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Bank of Guizhou: (1) held on June 16, 2022 Results of voting at the annual general meeting and class shareholders' meeting (II) the payment of final dividends; and (3) appointment of supervisors
Bank of Guizhou Gets Regulatory Approval for $522.6 Million Bond Issuance
11:22 PM EDT, 06/15/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Bank of Guizhou (HKG:6199) obtained regulatory approval for the issuance of 3.5 billion yuan ($522.6 million) of capital bonds, the bank said in a Wednesday
Bank of Guizhou: 2021 Annual report
Guizhou Bank: annual results announcement for the year ended December 31, 2021
Bank of Guizhou: date of the board of directors
Huiyubo Huabao will continue to increase the capital adequacy ratio of mainland commercial banks in the next two years.
Fitch Bohua, a subsidiary of Fitch rating, pointed out in a report that since last year, the Chinese government and regulators have issued and implemented a number of support and regulatory policies on the capital of commercial banks, including the issuance of local government special bonds to replenish the capital of commercial banks. The effective implementation of relevant supporting policies and new regulatory regulations will help China's banking industry stabilize and rise in the post-epidemic era, and the capital adequacy ratio and tier one capital ratio of commercial banks are expected to maintain an upward trend in the next two years. The core tier one capital adequacy ratio is expected to stabilize. As for the rapid upward trend of capital of state-owned banks, it may slow down under the new rules of Total loss Absorptive capacity (TLAC), shareholding system.