Banking regulator: foreign banks in China "healthy"

11:21, November 10, 2009      

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Foreign banks operating in China are generally healthy, with good asset quality and adequate capital, liquidity and provision. The indicators have reached regulatory requirements, said an official with China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC).

Their capital adequacy ratio, liquidity ratio, bad loan ratio and adequacy ratio of allowance for loan impairment are respectively 21.14 percent, 59.01 percent, 1.06 percent and 123.55 percent.

The official said that the CBRC would continue to work to protect the depositors and financial consumers, and to ensure that China's financial system remains stable

By People's Daily Online
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