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This is a list of incorporated banks in the People's Republic of China. The "big four" banks are marked with asterisks (*).

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Banks owned by the central government

Name Headquarters
Agricultural Bank of China Beijing *
Bank of China Beijing *
Bank of Communications Beijing
China CITIC Bank Beijing
China Construction Bank Beijing *
China Development Bank Beijing
Hua Xia Bank Beijing
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Beijing *
Postal Savings Bank of China Beijing

Banks owned by local governments

Name Headquarters Owner
Bohai Bank Tianjin Tianjin government
China Merchants Bank Shenzhen
Dalian Bank Dalian
Industrial Bank Fuzhou
Guangdong Development Bank Guangzhou
Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Shanghai
Shenzhen Development Bank Shenzhen

Privately owned banks

Other banks

Banks incorporated in the Special Administrative Regions

Hong Kong

Macau

  • Banco Comercial de Macau, S.A.
  • Banco Espírito Santo Asia Limited - Banco Espirito Santo do Oriente, S.A.
  • Banco Nacional Ultramarino, S.A. (National Overseas Bank)
  • China Construction Bank (Macau) Corporation Limited - Banco de Construcao da China (Macau), S.A.
  • Delta Asia Bank Limited - Banco Delta Ásia, S.A.R.L.
  • Luso International Banking Limited - Banco Luso Internacional, S.A.
  • Seng Heng Bank Limited #NAME?
  • Tai Fung Bank Limited - Banco Tai Fung, S.A.R.L.
  • The Macau Chinese Bank Ltd. - Banco Chinês de Macau, S.A.
  • Temple Zone Asian Bank Ltd. - San Yung S.A.R.L

Local corporations

The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) announced on 24 December 2006 its approval for nine foreign-funded banks to start their preparatory work for setting up local corporations in China.[1][2][3][4][5]

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