Oct. 26, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Bank of China<601988
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In the first nine month of this year, the Shanghai
and Hong Kong listed
company saw its net profit amount to RMB 106.36 billion, up 10.37% than in the same period of 2011.
From January to September, Bank of China's net interest income grew 13.23% YoY to RMB 189.44 billion, while its non-interest income for the period rose 2.58% YoY to RMB 79.99 billion.
Meanwhile, the lender saw its brokerage income for the nine-month period hit RMB 49.93 billion, reflecting a YoY decrease of 1.76%.
As of Sep 30, 2012, BOC's capital adequacy ratio reached 13.16%, 0.18 percentage points higher than at the end of last year, while its core capital adequacy ratio was 10.38% at the end of last month, 0.3 percentage points higher than at Dec 31, 2011.
By the end of last month, BOC had RMB 12.74 trillion in total assets, up 7.73% than at the end of 2011.