Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP
Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP
Xie Yu
Opinion

Opinion

Across The Border by Xie Yu

City commercial banks may be weakest link in China’s financial system

Fourteen smaller lenders are set to float. But as interest margins shrink and asset quality deteriorates, analysts fear their ongoing growth threatens the stability of China’s financial system

Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP
Bank of Shanghai, Bank of Guiyang and Bank of Hangzhou have already been given the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to float. Photo: AFP
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Xie Yu

Xie Yu

Xie Yu worked at the Post from 2015 until 2019. She was the chief China finance reporter, covering the economy and development of financial markets.