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  • China’s ICBC Weighs Middle East Acquisitions to Boost Profit

    Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., the world’s most profitable lender, said it will consider acquisitions in the Middle East as part of plans to boost earnings from the region by 50 percent this year.

  • ICBC Agrees to Buy Control of Standard Bank Trading Unit

    Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., the world’s most profitable lender, agreed to buy control of Standard Bank Group Ltd.’s markets unit to expand in trading spanning commodities and interest rates to currencies.

  • ICBC Agrees to Buy Control of Standard Bank Trading Unit

    Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., the world’s most profitable lender, agreed to buy control of Standard Bank Group Ltd.’s markets unit to expand in trading spanning commodities and interest rates to currencies.

  • Jiang Rises From Coal Mine to Davos Peak as ICBC Shines

    As a young man during China’s Cultural Revolution, Jiang Jianqing was sent to the countryside to work as a farmer and a coal miner. This week, he arrives at the top of a Swiss mountain as chairman of the world’s most- profitable bank and representative of the most-populous nation.

  • Jiang Tells CNBC That ICBC Won’t Compensate Trust Investors

    Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. Chairman Jiang Jianqing said the lender won’t compensate investors for losses tied to a troubled trust product distributed by the bank, CNBC reported on its website.

  • China Trust Products Gone Awry Evoke Soros Crisis Echoes

    The story of how a 3 billion-yuan ($496 million) Chinese trust investment wound up on the brink of default shows what billionaire investor George Soros has called the “eerie resemblances” between the 2008 global financial crisis and the nation’s debt market.

  • China Default-Swap Bets at 14-Month High on Trust Flops

    Credit traders have taken out the most protection on China’s debt in 14 months just as the world’s second-biggest economy faces a default test in its $1.7 trillion market for trust products.

  • China Bank Regulator Said to Issue Alert on Coal Loans

    China’s banking regulator ordered its regional offices to increase scrutiny of credit risks in the coal-mining industry, said two people with knowledge of the matter, signaling government concern about possible defaults.

  • China Needs Trust Default as Lesson, Ex-Adviser Says

    China needs to let investors in a troubled trust-investment product suffer losses to demonstrate the true risks and let interest rates reflect market forces, a former central bank adviser said.

  • Dimon Avoiding Davos Limelight as Fines Impede Bank Trust

    Jamie Dimon was right. Speaking at a televised session during the World Economic Forum in Davos last year, the JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer predicted that the condemnation of bankers was far from over.

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