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Chinese banks' capital adequacy ratio up to 12.7% ended 2011

Feb. 20, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Chinese banks saw its capital adequacy ratio, or CAR, increase to 12.7% at the end of 2011, more than 12.2% in 2010, according to statistics released by China Banking Regulatory Commission, or CBRC.

The CAR was 11.8%, 12.2% and 12.3% at the end of the first three quarters of last year, respectively.  

In August, the CBRC released new rules that require Chinese lenders to maintain a CAR of at least 11.5%, or 10.5% for small and medium-sized banks. But reports said CBRC then decided to postpone the new requirements for economic growth.

Chinese banks' core CAR edged up from 10.1% to 10.2% year on year at the end of 2011. Core CAR reached 9.8%, 9.9% and 10.1% at the end of the first three quarters of last year, respectively.

Non-performing loan ratio rose to 1.0% at the end of last year, compared with 1.1% as of Dec. 31, 2010. The non-performing loan ratio was 1.1%, 1.0% and 0.9% at the end of the first three quarters of 2011, respectively, sources reported.

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