China's non-bank financial institutions: trust and by Anjali Kumar

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TIC Size Distribution and Asset Concentration The distribution of assets of Trust and Investment Companies is highly skewed. 1 billion at end-1995. CITIC remains far and away the largest of all Trust and Investment Companies and its share of total TIC assets has increased from about one-quarter (end-1986), to over a third at end-1995. CITIC assets since 1986 have been around 200 times those of the average of other Trust and Investment Companies. The largest provincial ITICs also have extremely large assets, compared to the average.

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Dealing with a handful 8 1995 Almanac of China's Finance and Banking, pp. 571-577. 1 billion, or on average, around RMB 100 million each. 3). 3 Assets Concentration in Trust and Investment Companies (RMB billion)YearNo. 4 Asset Concentration in Chinese Trust and Investment Companies Note: na=not available. Source: Almanac of China's Banking and Finance, various issues. of large TICs on a case-by-case basis will take care of the bulk of the assets held by this group of financial institutions. Links to the Banking Sector and Interbank Activity Originally, a number of TICs were set up as trust departments of banks.

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