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Bank looks to bolster support for Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region

By Chen Yingqun | | Updated: 2016-12-16 14:06

China Bohai Bank plans to make more innovative financial products to better serve people in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region (or Jing-jin-ji ), says the bank's chairman, Li Fu'an.

At the annual conference of national joint-stock commercial banks in Tianjin this week, Li said the bank had closely studied the Jing-jin-ji integration strategy promoted by the central government and had looked at how to innovate to support economic development.

Branches of the bank have formulated projects that could support the strategy, especially with connectivity, infrastructure building, environment, and solutions to air pollutions, he said.

"We could also provide financial services targeting those who often travel to and within different cities in the Jing-jin-ji region."

For example, the bank is designing a transport pass that could be used anywhere within the region, and is also working with others on creating and running funds that could support regional economic development, he said.

China Bohai Bank says it now has more than 50 branches in the Jing-jin-ji region, 90 percent more than in 2010. It serves 13,500 companies and individual customers, 80 percent more than in 2010, it says.

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