Banking Industry in China has largely weathered the financial crisis with the help of the government stimulus package. Global financial crisis has resulted in increased oversight by the China Banking Regulatory Commission, which has helped to boost the performance of this sector. The opening up of this sector has left a huge scope for foreign players to invest. China’s banking sector has witnessed consistent growth in its deposits, loans, assets, liabilities and owner’s equity over the last few years.
The report begins with an introduction to the banking industry in China, distinguishing the regulatory bodies and the various types of banks. The industry overview section begins with an insight into the overall banking industry in China along with its segmentation. It further delves into the total deposits and loans, total assets and liabilities and owner’s equity of banking institutions in China.
This is followed by a section on key performance indicators, evaluating the industry’s performance on the basis of key financial ratios specific to banks. It covers loan-to-deposit ratio, capital adequacy ratio, non-performing loan ratio, provision coverage ratio and profitability.
Foreign ownership in China’s banking industry has been covered along with growth of foreign institutions and their assets, segmentation, performance of foreign banking institutions, major foreign investments by Chinese banks and major foreign investments in Chinese banks. It also covers entry strategies for foreign players, typical acquisition process, and major acquisition challenges and solutions for foreign players.
An analysis of macroeconomic policies explains the industry’s significance on an economic basis and includes macroeconomic environment of China’s banking sector, adjusting the pace of credit supply, supporting economic restructuring and industrial upgrading, and participating in national policy formulation. This is followed by the banking reform development section which covers China’s banking reform development, segment-wise reform policies, opening up of the banking sector, financial innovation and regulation, and implementation of BASEL II and BASEL III norms.
The future outlook section highlights the scope for the banking sector in the near future and includes supervisory focus of CBRC in 2011, medium-to-long term banking sector outlook and mitigation of risks in the banking sector.
The competitive scenario in the Chinese banking industry includes brief profile of the major domestics and foreign banks in China (including the “Big Four” banks).
Table Of Content
Page 1: Executive Summary
Page 2: Banking Industry – Introduction
Page 3: Overview of China’s Banking Industry
Page 4: Banking Industry – Segmentation of Banking Institutions; Segmentation – Number of Banks (2010), Segmentation – Assets Owned (2010)
Page 5: Banking Industry – Total Deposits and Loans of Banking Institutions; Total Deposits (2006-10), Total Loans (2006-10)
Page 6: Total Assets and Liabilities of Banking Institutions; Total Assets (2006-10), Total Liabilities (2006-10)
Page 7: Owner’s Equity of Banking Institutions; Returns of Banking Institutions (2007-10), Returns of Commercial Banks (2007-10)
Key Performance Indicators
Page 8: Loan-to-Deposit Ratio; Performance Analysis; Total Loans and Deposits (2006-10)
Page 9: Capital Adequacy Ratio; Performance Analysis; CAR Status of Banks in China (2005-09)
Page 10: Non-Performing Loan Ratio; Performance Analysis; NPL Balance and Ratio of Commercial Banks (2007-10)
Page 11: Provision Coverage Ratio; Performance Analysis; AIP and PCR of commercial banks (2007-10)
Page 12: Profitability; Income Structure of Banking Institutions; Profit after tax of Banking Institutions (2007-10)
Page 13: Foreign Ownership – Overview, Segmentation (2010), Growth (2006-10), Growth of Assets (2006-10)
Page 14: Performance of Foreign Banking Institutions in China (2010); Major Foreign Investments by Chinese Banks
Page 15: Major Foreign Investments in Chinese Banks
Page 16: Entry Strategies for Foreign Players
Page 17: Typical Acquisition Process
Page 18: Major Acquisition Challenges for Foreign Players; Solutions to Acquisition Challenges
Page 19: Summary
Page 20: Macroeconomic Environment of China’s Banking Sector
Page 21: Adjusting the pace of Credit Supply
Page 22: Supporting Economic Restructuring and Industrial Upgrading
Page 23: Participating in National Policy Formulation
Banking Reform Development
Page 24: Summary
Page 25: China’s Banking Reform Development
Page 26-28: Segment-wise Reform Policies
Page 29: Opening up of the Banking Sector
Page 30: Financial Innovation and Regulation
Page 31: Implementation of BASEL II and Basel III
Page 32: Supervisory Focus of CBRC in 2011
Page 33: Medium-to-long Term Banking Sector Outlook
Page 34: Mitigation of Risks in the Banking Sector
Page 35: Global Competition – Top 10 Banks in the World in 2010 (Market Capitalization)
Page 36: Domestic Competition – Top 10 Chinese Banks in 2010 (Revenue and Net Profit)
Page 37: Domestic Competition – Summary
Page 38-48: Domestic Players
Pages 49-53: Foreign Players