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Company Overview of China Development Bank Corporation

Company Overview

China Development Bank Corporation provides various banking and financial products and services in the People’s Republic of China. It operates through Banking Operations, Equity Investment, Leasing Operations, and Securities Operations segments. The Banking Operations segment is involved in corporate banking operations, including lending, deposits, agency services, consulting and advisory services, cash management, remittance and settlement, and custody and guarantee services; and debt issuance operations. This segment also engages in treasury operations, such as money market transactions, foreign exchange transactions, bond market transactions, customer-based interest rate and foreign excha...

No. 18 Fuxingmennei Street

Xicheng District

Beijing,  100031


Founded in 1994


86 10 6830 6789


86 10 6830 6699

Key Executives for China Development Bank Corporation

Vice Chairman and President
Age: 58
Age: 61
Head of Finance and Employee Representative Supervisor
Age: 56
Chief Risk Officer
Age: 59
Executive Vice President
Age: 58
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

China Development Bank Corporation Key Developments

China Development Bank Mulls Listing Of China Development Bank Securities

China Development Bank Corporation is seeking listing of China Development Bank Securities Co., Ltd. China Development Bank Corp said late on December 21, 2016, China Development Bank Securities Co., Ltd. has raised more than CNY 3.6 billion from two strategic investors, potentially paving the way for a market listing. “The deal lays the important foundation for future restructuring and a market listing", China Development Bank said.

Sale Of 10% Stake In SIBUR Expected Soon

The sale of 10% stake in Public Joint-Stock Company SIBUR Holding is expected to happen soon, Leonid Mikhelson, principle shareholder of SIBUR said. When asked if China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (SEHK:386) (Sinopec) or other Chinese companies would increase their stake in SIBUR, he said: "I think soon, yes." Earlier it was rumored that China Development Bank Corporation (CDB) and The Silk Road Fund Co Ltd. (SRF) might participate in such a deal. The Russian government commission on foreign investment has approved the purchase of up to 20% of SIBUR shares "in accordance with a request from the Chinese side."

China Development Bank Corporation Presents at China Green Finance and Investment Summit, Aug-03-2016 11:30 AM

China Development Bank Corporation Presents at China Green Finance and Investment Summit, Aug-03-2016 11:30 AM. Venue: China. Speakers: WU Jiang, President, Qinghai Branch.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

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