The Equity Valuation Report for China Construction Bank Corporation (CCB) provides a summary picture of the current condition of the bank and of the Chinese banking sector, in an easily digestible format.
China Construction Bank Corporation (CCB), headquartered in Beijing, is a large-scale joint stock commercial bank. Its predecessor, China Construction Bank, was established in October 1954. CCB listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in October 2005 (stock code: 939) and the Shanghai Stock Exchange in September 2007 (stock code: 601939). By the end of 2017, the Bank’s market capitalization reached US$232,898 million, ranking fifth among all listed banks worldwide.
An essential summary for anyone wanting more information on banks in China, the CCB Report forms part of the author’s Chinese banking industry report. It provides global, regional and country summaries covering the four largest banks in China from 2016-2025F, with forecasts from 2018 to 2025.
The Equity Valuation Report for China Construction Bank Corporation (CCB) provides a detailed financial profile of the bank, in an easily digestible format.
Reasons to Buy
- This report is an essential summary of one of the world’s largest banks for marketing, banking and finance professionals worldwide
- Packed with data and including the CCB dividend discount model in Excel, this report includes investment and business summaries along with an industry overview and competitive position analysis.
- Compiled from the author’s extensive Chinese banking databases which are researched individually by institution using our specialist Chinese native researchers on-the-ground
- The author's proprietary Fully Adjusted Return methodology provides consistent, reliable forecasts which have been remarkably accurate.
- Specialist knowledge to forecast future economic trends.
- A review of the historical profile of the bank from it’s founding.
- An Investment Summary provides a quick buy or sell suggestion.
- key native competitors in the marketplace described.
- China has the Four Largest Banks in the World by Total Assets. These are outlined in the report.
- By reviewing non-financial social performance indicators, the author describes the unique nature of State supported banking in China. By identifying key social performance indicators and outlined metrics which other banks may begin to use to detail and describe social performance.
- State support is critical for banking in China. Key social performance initiatives, like China’s Belt and Road Initiative are discussed.
- Of course, digital banking is a key factor in future performance. CCB’s approach to Digital Banking is outlined.
- The State mandates support for Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises in China. CCB’s performance in this area is described.
- In addition to the social initiatives outlined above, The author describes the bank’s Public Welfare and Development efforts. These include new programs in the field of Green Finance and Employee Rights.
A Dividend Discount Model to determine the objective value of the bank’s stock is provided. To establish the context for this valuation, the author reviews CCB’s Trading Multiple Analysis, Price/Book Value Summary, Profitability, Return on Average Assets, Return on Total Average Equity, Asset Quality and Nonperforming Loans. A summary of CCB’s Risk profile and the bank’s Capital Adequacy is included. The Efficiency of the bank, as measured by the Cost to Income Ratio, is also included.
2 INVESTMENT SUMMARY
3 BUSINESS DESCRIPTION
4 INDUSTRY OVERVIEW & COMPETITIVE POSITION
- Industrial & Commercial Bank of China
- Agricultural Bank of China
- Bank of Communications
- China Construction Bank
- Social Performance
- Social Performance Indicators
- Social Performance Initiatives
- China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
- Digital Banking
- Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises
- Public Welfare and Development
- Green Finance
- Employee Rights
- DDM Model
- Trading Multiple Analysis
- Financial Analysis
- (i) Profitability
- (ii) Asset quality
- (iii) Risk
- (iv) Efficiency