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ICBC Streamlines to Win

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the country’s largest commercial bank, is expected to launch a new round of organizational restructuring after the Spring Festival, which is a first since the bank’s reform of non-tradable shares that enabled its initial public offering (IPO) in 2006.

Under the new reform plan, ICBC headquarters (HQ) that currently consists of some 47 departments and administrative centers will be streamlined into four divisions, namely marketing, risk management, comprehensive management, and support, encompassing 26 first-tier departments, five second-tier ones, and three department administrative centers. Moreover, the number of profit centers will increase from nine to 11.

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