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No. 25, Finance Street

Xicheng District

Beijing, 100033


Phone: 86 10 6621 5533

Fax: 86 10 6621 8888

China Construction Bank Corporation provides corporate and personal banking services. The company operates treasury business, and provides asset management, trustee, finance leasing and other financial services. The company mainly operates in Mainland China with branches covering all provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities, and has subsidiaries in the PRC. It also has branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Tokyo and Seoul, as well as subsidiaries in Hong Kong. As of December 31, 2008, the company operated 31,896 automatic teller machines. Segments The company’s business segments are Corporate banking, Personal banking, and Treasury business. Corporate banking segment This segment provides a range of financial products and services to corporations, government agencies and financial institutions. The products and services include corporate loans, trade financing, deposit taking activities, agency services, financial consulting and advisory services, cash management services, remittance and settlement services, custody services and guarantee services. Personal banking segment This segment engages in the provision of a range of financial products and services to individual customers. The products and services comprise personal loans, deposit taking activities, card business, personal wealth management services, remittance services, and securities agency services. Treasury business segment This segment covers the company’s treasury operations. The treasury enters into inter-bank money market transactions, repurchase and resale transactions, and invests in debt securities. It also trades in derivatives and foreign currency for its own account. The treasury carries out customer driven derivatives, foreign currency and precious metal trading. Its function also includes the management of the company’s overall liquidity position, including the issuance of debt securities. Business Through the company’s online mobile phone banking service, customers can access the following new services: personal loans, account gold, bond investments, purchase of foreign exchange and repayment therewith, and credit card service. The company also launched home banking service in its branches in Henan, Hunan, Heilongjiang, Xiamen, and Guangdong, providing the following services: account enquiries, transfers, remittances, credit cards, funds and wealth management. Overseas Business The company has branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Tokyo and Seoul and representative offices in London, New York and Sydney. Subsidiaries CCB Asia: CCB Asia is a licensed bank registered in Hong Kong mainly engaged in providing a wide range of personal and commercial banking services to customers. CCB International: CCB International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, is a Hong Kong-based investment bank. It gets involved in businesses such as repurchasing and increasing shares of listed companies, listing by way of purchasing shell companies, merger and acquisition, asset management, and industrial funds. Sino-German Bausparkasse: Sino-German Bausparkasse was jointly established by the company and Bausparkasse Schwaebisch Hall in February 2004. It engages in taking public deposits, extending residential mortgage loans, extending development loans in support of development and construction of economic houses, low-rent houses, economic rent houses and price-limited houses, issuing financial bonds, and acting as an agent in the issuance, redemption and underwriting of government bonds, money collection and payment, agency fund sales, and insurance agency business, as well as the original housing savings deposit business. CCB Principal Asset Management: CCB Principal Asset Management was founded by the Bank, Principal Financial Services, Inc and China Huadian Group Corporation in September 2005. As of December 31, 2008, CCB Principal Asset Management managed seven public funds. CCB Financial Leasing: CCB Financial Leasing was established jointly by the company and Bank of America in December 2007. CCB Financial Leasing is a domestic financial leasing company. It is mainly engaged in financial leasing, receiving security deposit from lessees, transferring rent receivables to commercial banks, issuing financial bonds, interbank lending, borrowing from financial institutions, and borrowing foreign exchange overseas. Significant Events In August 2009, FirstRand Ltd. announced has announced that it would partner with China Construction Bank Corporation to jointly look at expansion opportunities in Africa. History China Construction Bank Corporation was founded in 1954.


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