In Pursuit of Presence or Prominence? [electronic resource] : The Prospect of Chinese Banks' Global Expansion and Their Benchmarks / by Shenglin Ben, Jiefang Yu, Yue Gu, Jiamin Lv, Lijun Zhang, Huichao Gong, Hanting Gu, Qi Shuai.

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Ben, Shenglin [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed. 2018.
Published/​Created
Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
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1 online resource (XXVI, 167 p. 41 illus. in color.)

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This book summarizes Chinese banks’ achievements in global markets and examines the differences between Chinese and foreign banks. It also explores the future roadmap of internationalization and the risks involved in the process, in order to provide reference resource for Chinese banks. Based on the CBII (Chinese Bank Internationalization Index), which was first released in 2015, the book introduces the Banks’ Internationalization Index (“BII”) and expands the BII by examining two groups of data, including the number of overseas branches, overseas assets and revenue. In addition it analyzes representative Chinese banks’ internationalization, using 16 of the Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs) as benchmarks.
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Contents
  • Chapter 1 Changes in the Domestic and International Economy
  • Chapter 2 Status of Chinese Banks’ Internationalization
  • Chapter 3. Current Situation of Foreign Banks’ Internationalization
  • Chapter 4 Comparison of the overseas expansion between Chinese and Foreign Banks
  • Chapter 5 Risk implications with Bank Internationalization
  • Chapter 6 The Future Prospects of Chinese Banks Internationalization.
ISBN
981-10-7730-4
OCLC
1066186796
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  • 10.1007/978-981-10-7730-2
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