Agricultural Bank of China (ABC)

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Cooperation Projects

The China Women's Development Foundation (CWDF) and the Trade Union Department of the Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) jointly organized donations from ABC employees across the nation for the “Postal Parcels for Mothers” initiative in 2013. Within just a few months, 500,000 staff members in 38 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities raised funds of almost 11,000,000 yuan (U.S.$ 1,700,000), which was used to purchase care packages containing basic life necessities for more than 70,000 poverty-stricken women in 17 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities.

ABC made a new donation of 3.6 million yuan (U.S.$ 550,000) to the CWDF in 2014, which allowed the CWDF to purchase 30 cars for the “Health Express for Mothers” project. The vehicles have been already sent to Jiangxi, Qinghai, and Hubei provinces as well as Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and are equipped to provide local women with free medical checks-up, necessary treatments and obstetrical and pediatric services.

Introduction to Enterprises

The Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) is one of four state-controlled commercial banks in China and its total assets amount to the third largest in domestic banking institutes. The predecessor of ABC is Agricultural Cooperative Bank, which was established in 1951 and was the first state-owned bank set up by the Central Government after 1949. The Beijing-based bank is a key component in the Chinese financial structure. By the end of March in 2010,  ABC had 9.5 trillion yuan (U.S.$ 1.46 trillion) in total assets, 7.5 trillion yuan (U.S.$ 1.15 trillion) in deposits, 4.1 trillion yuan (U.S.$ 636 billion) in loans and advances, and a net profit of 51.5 billion yuan (U.S.$ 7.9 billion). In 2014, ABC was included in the list of Global Systemically Important Banks for the first time. The Bank ranked 47 in Fortune’s Global 500, and 7 in The Banker’s “Top 1000 World Banks” list for tier 1 capital. Its deposits ratings were rated A1 by Moody’s Investors Service. The Bank was restructured into a joint stock limited liability company in January 2009. The Bank was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in July 2010, transforming it into a public shareholding commercial bank. Its total assets ranked fifth largest amongst all listed banks in 2010. Its official website is

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