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Feb 18, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-Brief Introduction to ICBC

(Edited by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese translation or Chinese to English translation services- financial translation)

Brief Introduction to ICBC
The year 2006 was a significant milestone in the development of ICBC. On October 27, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (hereafter referred to as ICBC), as the pioneer, succeeded in A+H simultaneous listing, which created a number of records, such as the largest scale in the global capital markets, and was hailed as the "century prospectus" by the international media and the financial industry. The public offering marked the completion of ICBC's conversion from a state-owned commercial bank to a joint-stock commercial bank and then to an international public shareholding corporation. The total scale of the A+H IPO was 55.65 billion shares (including 8.14 billion state-owned shares sold on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and the Central Huijin Investment), taking 16.7% of the total shares after expansion; the total capital raised was RMB 173.23 billion (including the net capital of RMB 24.67 billion of the Ministry of Finance and the Central Huijin Investment by selling state-owned shares). It is the world's largest ever initial public offering, with H-shares of HKD 124.95 billion and A-shares of RMB 46.64 billion, which have been the largest H-shares and A-shares so far. After the IPO, the A-shares and H-shares possessed by ICBC reached 250,962,348,064 and 83,056,501,962 respectively, which amounted to a total number of 334,018,850,026.


Through listing, ICBC's capital has been strengthened and its international market image improved significantly. By the end of 2006, the net capital reached RMB 530.805 billion and the net core capital RMB 462.019 billion, with a 14.05% capital adequacy ratio and a 12.23% core capital adequacy ratio respectively; with a total market value of over USD 250 billion, ICBC became the largest listed corporate of A-shares and Asia's largest listed bank, and among the top three listed banks in the world.


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