Bank of Nanjing Co Ltd








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Company Profile

Bank of Nanjing Co Ltd is a China-based company principally engaged in the provision of banking and related financial services. The Company operates its businesses through four segments. The Corporate Banking Business segment mainly provides services to corporate customers, including corporate loans, bill issuance, trade financing, corporate deposits and remittance services. The Personal Banking Business segment mainly provides banking services to private customers, including retail loans, savings deposit business, credit card business and remittance business. The Treasury Business segment mainly includes fund investment, asset management and trust plan investment, bond investment, repurchase and resale business, and inter-bank lending business. The Other Businesses segment refer to other businesses that do not form separate segments that can be presented separately or that cannot be allocated on a reasonable basis. The Company mainly operates its businesses in the domestic market.