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Internet Services to Reshape Banking in China

This new wave, which may bring about a new format in web-based financing as well as a vast market, has not only attracted widespread attention, but also sparked controversy and worries. Jiang Jiping, Secretary-General of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Informatization Research Center, said that the future integration of the Internet and banking will prompt the banking industry to change its traditional mode of operation, shifting from relying heavily on specific capital to learning to utilize networked social capital. This is the key to future bank restructuring.

However, continuous innovation in web-based financing has raised challenges for effective supervision.

Issue 335
Print:2012-10-22
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