Risk management: Banks gain credit

Special Report - China


Chinese banks have become more visible globally since their landmark initial public offerings in the past couple of years - most notably, the record floatation last year of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). They have also had to help finance and service the activities of their core clients that have steadily grown internationally. But risk management at Chinese banks - despite some significant improvements - is still a long way behind that displayed by international peers.


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