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Agricultural Bank of China (ABC)

Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) logoThe Agricultural Bank of China (ABC or AgBank, former Agricultural Cooperative Bank) is one of the "Big Four" banks in China. The Bank has branches throughout mainland China, and also in Hong Kong and Singapore. ABC is committed to serving agro-related sectors and dedicated to providing first-class financial services to both urban and rural clients. AgBank is the country's No. 3 lender by assets.

With full international capabilities, an innovated business model and prudential operations, the Bank provides tailored services to communities both at home and abroad. Based on its large physical and electronic network and diversified products, ABC is striving to build itself into a modern universal bank with a sustainable development outlook.

Total assets: RMB 19,570 billion or approx. USD 2.8 trillion (as of December 31, 2016).
Net profit: RMB 166.2 billion (2013), RMB 179.5 billion (2014), RMB 180.8 billion (2015), RMB 184.1 billion (2016).
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Headquarter Beijing, China
Key People Xiang Junbo (Chairman), Zhang Yun (President)
Company Type Public (SEHK: 1288, SSE: 601288)
Head Office No.69, Jianguomen NeiAvenue, Dongcheng District,
Beijing, P.R.China, 100005
Phone (8610) 8510-9619
Fax (8610) 8510-8557
Official Site www.abchina.com/en/ Website
SWIFT Code ABOCCNBJ
Founded 1951
ID: 12. Updated: 04.11.2017
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Press Releases
29.03.2011 | Bank reports full-year 2010 net profit of RMB 94.87 billion (approx. $14.5 billion), representing a growth of 46.18%.
05.07.2010 | In the recent «Investment Banking Creates Value» forum and 2010 China Investment Banking Award Ceremony, ABC came up as the major winner among all commercial banks in China. More
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