Exclusive: China Everbright Bank to Get New President
A vice president of state policy lender China Development Bank (CDB) will assume a new role as president of China Everbright Bank Co. Ltd., filling a position that has been vacant for two months.
Liu Jin, an executive vice president of CDB, was chosen to be a deputy secretary of Everbright Bank’s Communist Party committee on Wednesday, and is expected to become president of the state-backed commercial bank soon after being approved by the board of directors and regulators, Caixin has learned.
Everbright Bank’s former president Ge Haijiao was named a vice governor of North China’s Hebei province in late September, becoming one of 16 vice governors around China who used to work at financial institutions.
Liu will work with Li Xiaopeng, who doubles as chairman of the bank’s parent, China Everbright Group Ltd., as well as chairman of Everbright Bank.
Liu, 52, worked at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC) for years before he became a vice president of CDB in 2018.
Everbright Bank is one of the country’s joint-stock commercial banks, which are smaller than China’s enormous state-owned lenders such as ICBC.
In its third-quarter earnings report this year, Everbright Bank reported it had 4.7 trillion yuan ($668 billion) in total assets, ranking behind China Merchants Bank Co. Ltd., Industrial Bank Co. Ltd. and three other joint-stock commercial banks.
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