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China Guangfa Bank (CGB)

China Guangfa Bank (CGB) logoChina Guangfa Bank (former Guangdong Development Bank) is one of the earliest-incorporated joint stock commercial banks. CGB offers a broad range of financial services including personal and corporate banking, asset management, wealth management, broker-dealer and advisory services, issuance services, and treasury services.

CGB has establish 29 branches directly under Head Office and a total of 544 outlets, 676 self-service banks and over 3600 self-service facilities in economically-advanced cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Nanjing and Macao. The Bank also has representative offices in Beijing and Hong Kong and established corresponding bank relationship with Head Offices and outlets of 1510 banks in 133 countries and regions globally.
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Headquarter Guangzhou, China
Key People Mr. Morris Li (President), Mr. Edward Chou (CFO)
Head Office No.713, Dongfengdong Road
Guangzhou, 510080
Phone 86 20 3832 3065
Fax 86 20 3832 2929
Official Site www.cgbchina.com.cn Website
SWIFT Code GDBKCN22
Founded 1988
ID: 1718. Updated: 16.09.2012
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