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Flexible policies offered to small firms

By Jiang Xueqing in Nanjing | China Daily | Updated: 2018-12-06 07:39

China CITIC Bank Corp is revising its policies to encourage client managers to offer loans to small businesses, by removing their concerns for being held responsible for default on loans, as long as they perform due diligence according to the rules of the bank.

"The financing difficulties small and microenterprises face are systematic issues. Compared with the issuance of loans to large enterprises, the risks of lending to small businesses are higher and will drive the increase in banks' nonperforming loans," said Yu Jia, general manager of the inclusive finance department at the Nanjing branch of China CITIC Bank.

"Once loans default, the relevant client managers have to devote all their energy to settlement and collection, and their personal income is also affected," Yu said in an interview with China Daily.

Flexible policies offered to small firms

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