Bank of Communications
Founded in 1908 (Thirty-fourth year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty), Bank of Communications is one of the oldest banks in China and one of the note-issuing banks in modern China. After its establishment, Bank of Communications handled four-administrative (ship, road, mail, and electricity) deposits and was entrusted by the government to govern the national treasury, handle foreign payments, issue coin certificate, and deal with domestic and foreign exchange, as well as general banking business.
China Minsheng Bank was formally established in Beijing on January 12, 1996. It is the first national joint-stock commercial bank in China mainly owned by non-public enterprises. It is also a normative joint-stock financial enterprise established in strict accordance with the Company Law and Commercial Bank Law. Engagement in various economic components in Chinese financial industry and the normative modern enterprise system makes China Minsheng Bank different from state-owned banks and other commercial banks, and grabs attention from domestic and overseas economic and financial circles.
Shanghai Pudong Development Bank
SPDB has spent more than ten years to build a superior commercial bank and investment bank brand. The bank owns an expert team composed of over 200 experts from financial, securities, and trust fields, who work in over 40 bank branches and subsidiaries at home and abroad, dedicated to providing enterprises with one-stop "share, bond, and loan" integrated financial service solutions that cover financial advisory, equity financing, bond financing, mergers and acquisitions, asset securitization, green finance, project financing, and syndicated loans, in order to provide "smart and integrated" service and navigate corporate capital raising and steady operation.
Harbin Bank was established in February 1997 and headquartered in Harbin. It has established 17 branches in Tianjin, Chongqing, Dalian, Shenyang, Chengdu, Harbin and Daqing, and established 32 village banks (including 2 being prepared) in 14 provinces and municipalities including Beijing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Jilin and Heilongjiang. It is the third city commercial bank in China to land in the Hong Kong capital market, and also the first listed commercial bank in Northeast China.
Zhejiang Tailong Commercial Bank
Zhejiang Tailong Commercial Bank Co., Ltd is a commercial bank dedicated to providing financial services to small and micro enterprises. It was established in 1993 and currently has more than 7,000 employees and nearly 300 branches, radiating the Yangtze River Delta region, including Zhejiang, Shanghai, and Suzhou.
Guizhou Rural Credit Cooperative (RCC)
Since the deepening reform in 2003, Guizhou RCC has always been concerned about county economy and adhered to the market positioning of serving "agriculture, rural areas, and rural residents", as well as communities, and small and medium-sized enterprises. Today, Guizhou RCC has become a banking financial institution with the largest asset scale, highest deposit and loan balance, strongest support for agriculture and small enterprises, widest financial services, most extensive institutional coverage, and largest number of employees, as compared with provincial counterparts. As of 2009, its market share has been the highest among peer banks.
Tancheng Rural Commercial Bank
Shandong Tancheng Rural Commercial Bank Co., Ltd is a joint-stock commercial bank reformed from Shandong Tancheng RCC Association as approved by China Banking Regulatory Commission, and also the second rural commercial bank established in the city. Its registered capital is RMB 339.62 million. Up to the end of 2015, this bank has a total asset of RMB 10.8 billion, deposit balance RMB 9 billion, loan balance RMB 5.718 billion, 44 business outlets, and over 600 employees. It implements a management system featuring primary legal person, unified accounting, hierarchical management, and authorized operation.
YANTAI Commercial Bank is a local joint-stock commercial bank established on the basis of 12 urban credit cooperatives in Yantai downtown as approved by the Head Office of the People's Bank of China in November 1997, to meet the development needs of market economy.
Bank of Hebei
Founded on May 28, 1996, Bank of Hebei was one of the first batch of five pilot urban cooperative banks in China, and also the earliest urban commercial bank in Hebei Province. It is a modern joint-stock commercial bank with sufficient capital, strict internal control, excellent assets, good efficiency, and important market influence that radiates the Hebei Province and even Bohai area.
Zhangzi Rural Commercial Bank
Shanxi Zhangzi Rural Commercial Bank Co., Ltd (Zhangzi Rural Commercial Bank for short) was established on December 25, 2013 as restructured from the former Zhangzi RCC Association, and serves as a regional joint-stock commercial bank under the approval of China Banking Regulatory Commission. It has a registered capital of RMB 800 million and is headquartered at No.65, Zhangyuan Central Road, Zhangzi County, Changzhi City, Shanxi Province. Its head office sets 21 functional departments and subordinates 31 business outlets, including 1 sales department, 29 branches, and 1 sub-office.
TiAN Property Insurance
TiAN Property Insurance Co., Ltd is the first joint-stock commercial insurance company funded by enterprises, and also the fourth property insurance company in China. It was established in January 1995 and is headquartered in Pudong, Shanghai, with a registered capital of RMB 17.76 billion. After rapid development in recent years, the company's sales performance, as well as the production capacity and quantity of its sales teams, keeps growing.
Anbang Insurance Group
Anbang Insurance Group Co., Ltd (Anbang Insurance) is a large group company in domestic insurance industry, with a total asset exceeding RMB 1.9 trillion. The business scope of subsidiaries under Anbang Insurance Group covers property insurance, life insurance, health insurance, asset management, insurance sales, and insurance brokerage. Insurance companies under Anbang Insurance Group have more than 3,000 service outlets and more than 20 million customers in 31 provinces (municipalities, and autonomous regions) across the country. It is one of the insurance groups that have most comprehensive branches.
China Minsheng Trust Co., Ltd., formerly known as China Tourism International Trust and Investment Co., Ltd., was established in 1994. In March 2003, the company was reconstructed as approved by China Banking Regulatory Commission. On April 16, 2013, the company completed re-registration and reopened on April 28. At present, the company has a registered capital of RMB 7 billion, and is controlled by Wuhan CBD Investment &Development Co., Ltd, whose president is Mr. Lu Zhiqiang.
Ping An Insurance
China Ping An Insurance Website is a website belonging to China Ping An Group, a Global 500 company, and provides customers with one-stop financial insurance services, covering auto insurance, accident insurance, travel insurance and other insurance packages. Ping An is a financial service group with the most complete financial licenses in China. Its business includes auto insurance, accident insurance, critical illness insurance, small loans, credit loans, investment and financing products, Ping An Puhui, Ping An Credit Card, Ping An Insurance, and Ping An Bank. Ping An Auto Insurance keeps moving forward by innovating 8 services within 6 years!
China Pacific Insurance (Group) Co., Ltd (CPIC) is an insurance group established on the former China Pacific Insurance Company founded on May 13, 1991. It is headquartered in Shanghai and is a domestic leading A+H listed comprehensive insurance group.
Answern Property Insurance Co., Ltd. (Answern Internet Insurance for short), headquartered in Beijing, is the first batch of Internet innovative insurance companies in China. Answern Internet Insurance adheres to the concept of "simple insurance" and originates the minimalist process of one-click on mobile terminal to provide customers with the ultimate experience. Answern Internet Insurance adopts Internet concepts to transform the whole process from underwriting, investigation, loss assessment, to claim settlement, and realize popularization of terms, self-insurance, and claim simplification, making sure customers know procedures clearly and buy insurance conveniently, and their claims are responded to quickly.
National Internet Finance Association of China (NIFA)
NIFA is a national Internet financial industry self-disciplined organization organized by the People's Bank of China, together with China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC), China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), and China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC), in accordance with requirements of the Guidance on Promotion of Health Development of Internet Financial Industry (YF No.221) jointly issued by 10 ministries and commissions on July 18, 2015, including the People's Bank of China, CBRC, CSRC, CIRC, MIIT, Ministry of Public Security, and State Administration for Industry and Commerce, as approved by the Party Central Committee and State Council.
Beijing Internet Finance Industry Association
Beijing Internet Finance Industry Association was established in December 2014. It is formerly known as Beijing P2P Association, and renamed in September 2017. It is a professional industry association jointly initiated by Internet financial industry institutions and related industry organizations, and also a non-profit self-disciplined social organization approved by the Beijing Social Organization Registration Management Authority.
Shanghai Internet Finance Association
Shanghai Internet Finance Industry Association is a city-wide non-profit social group legal registered in Shanghai at the approval of Shanghai Social Organization Administration, and also a self-regulatory organization of the Internet finance industry in Shanghai. The competent unit of the association is Shanghai Municipal Government Financial Services Office, and the business guidance unit is Shanghai Headquarter (branch) of the People's Bank of China.
China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC), China Mobile for short, is a mobile communication operator established on April 20, 2000, that provides GSM, TD-SCDMA, and TD-LTE networks. China Mobile is a state-owned backbone enterprise since divestiture from China Telecom in accordance with the country's deployment and requirements on reform of the telecommunications system.
China United Network Communications Limited (China Unicom) has a global leading communication network that covers the whole country and accesses the world, by actively promoting broadband for fixed networks and mobile networks. It is a "dual 4G" operator with two 4G licenses, and initiates a new stage of development for 4G+. China Unicom actively advances the "Broadband China" strategy and provides a full range of high-quality information and communication services to users.
China Telecom is an extra-large state-owned communication enterprise in China and a global partner of Shanghai World Expo. It has been selected as a Global 500 enterprise for consecutive years. It mainly deals with integrated information services, such as fixed-line telephone, mobile communication, satellite communication, and Internet access and applications. China Telecom ranked 29th in "2016 Chinese Top 500 Enterprises".
State Grid was established on December 29, 2002. It is a wholly state-owned company directly managed by the central government according to Company Law, and also an extra-large state-owned key enterprise closely associated with lifelines of the national economy and national energy security. The company's operating range covers 26 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) for more than 88% of the country's territorial area, and provides power to over 1.1 billion population.
China Financial Certification Authority
CFCA is a national security certification authority established at the approval of the People's Bank of China and National Information Security Administration, and an important infrastructure for financial information security. After promulgation of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Electronic Signature, CFCA has become one of the first electronic certification service organizations holding the electronic certification service license.
Based on the telecom public network and Internet, Guozhengtong has established an advanced, secure, and efficient data service platform by relying on a number of third-party authoritative data sources that covers the whole country and using such technologies and procedures as data mining, analysis, optimization, and application. It provides credit services such as multi-data source verification &comparison, personal credit report, and credit info consultation for Internet financial enterprises, banks, non-bank financial institutions, financing guarantee institutions, Internet dating platforms, Internet recruitment, professional service agencies, telecom operators, government departments, and other industries and enterprises; provides Internet-oriented basic data platform and advertising services; and provides multi-data precision marketing services for finance, insurance, and operators.
Union Mobile Financial Technology Co., Ltd
UMF was established in August 2003. In recent years, it has developed into an Internet high-tech enterprise specialized in providing financial technology innovation services for industrial upgrade, and ranked 31st among the top 100 Chinese Internet companies of 2017 as issued by the Information Center of MIIT. UMF is a governing unit of National Internet Finance Association of China and a standing executive member of Payment &Clearing Association of China. In July 2016, UMF became a wholly-owned company of HyUnion Holding (002537), a company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. UMF has three wholly-owned subsidiaries, including UMF E-Commerce, AnPai International, and Wanjin Tongda. It also sets international business companies in the United States and Canada.
China Association of Microfinance
China Association of Microfinance (CAM) was established on January 6, 2011. In two years, CAM has received attention from all sectors of the society, and also strong support from financial offices, microfinance associations, and micro-loan companies from various provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities). Its influence is booming. CAM builds a business communication platform for member institutions, realizes inter-institutional collaboration, organizes discussions on the latest issues of the industry, summarizes best practices, surveys advanced institutions, provides professional trainings, and enhances institutional innovation and development capabilities, so as to guide industrial specifications and sustainable development for the microfinance industry, and contribute to China's inclusive finance and even development of the entire society.
UniTrust Time Stamp Authority is the only authoritative and trusted Time Stamp Agency (TSA) in China jointly created by the National Time Service Center and UniTrust. As a core infrastructure to solve reliable electronic signatures and secure original forms of data messages, the trusted timestamps issued by UniTrust Time Stamp Authority have been widely used in judiciary, administrative enforcement, intellectual property protection, archives, finance, securities insurance, e-commerce, health care, and telecommunications.
Huanxun Information Technology Co., Ltd (Huanxun Payment) is one of the earliest third-party payment company in China. In 2011, the company was granted the first batch of "Payment License" from the People's Bank of China. Currently, the company supports online payment through mainstream international credit cards and all major domestic banks, and provides financial-level payment experience for more than 600,000 merchants and 20 million users worldwide.
State Information Center
In order to meet challenges of the new technological revolution trend worldwide and accelerate the process of China's socialist modernization, the State Council approved establishment of the National Economic Information System and organization of the State Information Center in 1986. In January 1987, the State Information Center was officially established on the basis of the National Bureau of Statistics, SPDC Computing Center, SPDC Forecasting Center, and SPDC Information Management Office.
China UnionPay Data Services Co., Ltd. (referred to as UnionPay Data) is a holding subsidiary of China UnionPay. It was established in Shanghai in January 2003 with a registered capital of RMB 185 million. In December 2005, the company introduced a strategic investor, Total System Services Inc. (TSYS). The company's main business is computer software development and sales, system integration, data processing (card-issue processing, hosting, and DR service), and related technical consulting and services.