Bank of Nanjing welcomes a Czech vice president

 Bank of Nanjing welcomes a Czech vice president

On June 19, the Bank of Nanjing announced that it had recently received the reply of Jiangsu regulatory bureau of China Banking Regulatory Commission on the qualifications of Yang Bohao and Milo issued by Jiangsu Banking Regulatory Bureau, approving Yang Bohaos qualifications as a director and Mr. Milo as a vice president of the bank.

As the vice president of Milo, the announcement shows that Milo kolesar is Czech nationality, born in 1973, with a masters degree. He has successively served as Chinas chief representative of Beijing Representative Office of PPF group; vice chairman of home credit consumer finance company (Tianjin); President of Spanish foreign bank in China; vice chairman of Hangzhou consumer finance company (Hangzhou); vice chairman of national executive committee of European Chamber of Commerce of China; national chairman of consumer finance working group; national vice chairman of banking working group; China strategic market of BNP Paribas Head of development. By the end of 2019, the largest shareholder of Bank of Nanjing is BNP Paribas, with a shareholding ratio of 14.87%.

It is worth noting that as early as the 5th meeting of the 8th board of directors of Bank of Nanjing on December 12, 2017, the proposal on the appointment of vice president of Milo was adopted. In addition, according to the 2019 annual report of Bank of Nanjing, Milos pre tax salary in 2019 is 1.44 million yuan.

Yang Bohao, who was approved as a director this time, is also a foreigner (French nationality). Born in 1964, he previously worked for BNP Paribas for a long time.

According to public information, Bank of Nanjing was established in 1996. In July 2007, Bank of Nanjing was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, the first city commercial bank in China to be listed on the main board of the Shanghai Stock Exchange. By the end of the first quarter of 2020, the total assets of Bank of Nanjing were about 1.48 trillion yuan, and the non-performing loan ratio was 0.89%.

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