Due to banks
Due to banks means the interbank deposit and withdrawal of funds between our Bank and other financial institutions.
Due to banks is classified into settlement interbank deposits and non-settlement interbank deposits in accordance with duration, business relationship and purpose.
Scope of cooperative institutions: depositors may only be financial institutions qualified for taking deposits.
Due from banks
Due from banks means the interbank lending and borrowing between financial institutions conferred by current laws and regulations the right to engage in such business.
Within the scope of credit extension, the financing business in three years will be provided.
Scope of cooperative institutions: financial institutions qualified for taking due from banks.
nterbank investment refers to the investment activities where the financial institutions buy (or entrust other financial institutions to buy) interbank financial assets (including but not limited to interbank financial assets, such as financial bonds, subordinated debt which are transacted in the interbank market or stock exchange market) or specific purpose items (including but not limited to financial products of commercial banks, trust investment plans, securities investment funds, asset management plans of securities companies, fund management companies and its subsidiaries, asset management products of insurance asset management institutions, etc.).
Scope of cooperative institutions: financial institutions like commercial banks, securities companies, asset management companies, fund companies, trust companies, etc.