China Minsheng Banking stone industry, the financial division was established in Quanzhou, Fujian Province on the 27th. This is the first specifically for the stone industry, specialized financial institutions, is a useful exploration of the Minsheng Bank of specialized financial services to the financial services of the regional characteristics of the industry.
Minsheng Bank Chairman Dong Wenbiao said, the financial division of the stone industry, integrated industry chain services, the establishment of a specialized platform to control the risk of industrial chain, stone mine 3-5 years to become financial experts micro-finance experts in stone, stone dealmaker experts went on to become the largest stone industry of financial service providers.
Minsheng Bank Financial Division of the stone industry and its Quanzhou branch to implement a set of men, two brand management, on the one hand, effective professional management of the division of the institutional advantages the other hand, give full play to the location advantages of the stone industry in Quanzhou.
With the acceleration of urbanization and upgrading of consumption structure, the stone as high-end building and furnishing materials are widely used, industry development trends.At present, the country has formed over 30 stone industry cluster with a certain scale. Among them, Quanzhou Nanan Nanan stone production accounted for more than 30 percent of the country, exports accounted for 70 percent of the country, stone processing capacity of more than 50 million square meters, accounting for Fujian more than half the market share.
Minsheng Bank's first single stone mines Trust financial management project to be released in the near future, and bulk reserves of more than 20 stone mining trust financial projects. , Stone mining investment funds also the accelerated Choushe.
The Financial Division of the stone industry is the seventh Minsheng Bank was established industrial finance division. Previously, the Minsheng Bank has set up a financial division of real estate, energy, transportation, metallurgy, modern agriculture and cultural industries.