By the end of 2015, there were 132 city commercial banks in China. Ranked by the asset scale, Bank of Beijing, Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Jiangsu, bank of Ningbo and Bank of Nanjing were in the front.
By the end of 2015, total assets of city commercial banks reached CNY 22.68 trillion, with a 25.4% growth compared to the early 2015, accounting for more than 11% of total assets in the banking industry.
City commercial banks keep stable growing which supports China’s steady economic growth. On the one hand, they actively take all kinds of important strategic opportunities to seek cooperation with big clients; on the other hand, they continually strengthen to support for agriculture, small enterprises, especially to support small enterprises, which can acquire more loans from CCBs.
By the end of 2015, loan balance of all china commercial banks offered to small enterprise (including small enterprise loan, individual business loan and small business owner loan) totaled CNY 17.67 trillion, with an increase of 10.91% compared to the beginning of 2015. Among them, loan from city commercial banks to small enterprises accounted for 21.05%, which was almost the same as that from joint-stock banks, slightly lower than that from state-owned commercial Banks. In 2015, loans from city commercial banks to small enterprise increased by 16.02 % year on year, which is far higher than the overall level of that from commercial banks, large state-owned banks as well as joint-stock banks.