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China Construction Bank Corporation, headquartered in Beijing, is a leading large-scale joint stock commercial bank in China. Its predecessor China Construction Bank was established in October 1954. It was listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange in October 2005 (stock code: 939) and the Shanghai Stock Exchange in September 2007 (stock code: 601939). At the end of 2017, the Bank’s market capitalisation reached US$232,898 million, ranking fifth among all listed banks in the world. In terms of tier 1 capital, the Group ranked second in the World’s Top 1000 Banks by the UK magazine The Banker in 2017.

With 14,920 banking outlets and 352,621 staff members, the Bank provides services to hundreds of millions of personal and corporate customers, and maintains close cooperation with leading enterprises in strategic industries in the Chinese economy and numerous high-end customers. The Bank has commercial banking branches and subsidiaries in 29 countries and regions, and its subsidiaries cover various industries, including asset management, financial leasing, trust, life insurance, property & casualty insurance, investment banking, futures and pension.

Adhering to the “customer-centric, market-oriented” business philosophy, the Bank is committed to developing itself into a bank with top value creation capability. The Bank strives to achieve the balance between short-term and long-term benefits, and between business goals and social responsibilities, so as to maximise the value for customers, shareholders, society and its associates.