Bank of Beijing is a Sino-foreign joint stock commercial bank established in 1996. The bank has achieved several milestones, including introducing overseas strategic investors, public listing and business mixed operation. Currently, the Bank has set up nearly 600 branches not only in mainland China, but also in Hong Kong and the Netherlands. The Bank has also initiated consumer finance company, insurance company, asset management company and financial leasing company. The success of Bank of Beijing has established a classic development pattern for small-and medium-sized banks. On the latest World Top 1000 Banks list, Bank of Beijing ranks No.73 in terms of tier 1 capital.
CIMB Bank is the consumer banking arm of CIMB Group, offering retail and commercial banking services. CIMB Group is Malaysia's second largest financial services provider and one of ASEAN's leading universal banking groups. It offers consumer banking, investment banking, Islamic banking and asset management products and services. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, the Group is present in nine out of 10 ASEAN nations (Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Brunei, Vietnam, Myanmar and Laos) and has market presence in China, Hong Kong, India, Sri Lanka, Korea, US and UK. CIMB Group is listed on Bursa Malaysia and has a market capitalisation of approximately RM60.3 billion, 38,000 employees and around 850 branches, as at 31 December 2017.
Silverlake Digital Economy provides a revolutionary unified, innovative banking technology platform for customer engagement that offers a fully-fledged digital, omni-channel e2e operating model. The business results are astonishing: better, augmented customer offerings, fastest in-branch sales and service, paperless, superior cross-selling and complementary easy-to-use self-service channels.
Founded in 2013, Tongdun Technology is a professional third-party intelligent risk management service provider headquartered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang. Since its inception, Tongdun has been serving its clients under a risk control concept that centralises on an “intelligent integrity network”. To date, over 10000 corporate clients have chosen Tongdun’s products and services.
The Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB) is the professional body for the banking industry in Malaysia with over 12,000 members. It is governed by a Council comprising representatives from Bank Negara Malaysia, the Association of Banks in Malaysia and the Malaysian Investment Banking Association. Guided by the transformation blueprint for the Malaysian banking education landscape, the Institute aims to elevate the professional and ethical standards of banking practitioners and create a banking workforce which subscribes to high standards of professional conduct, knowledge and competence. By engaging with industry, AICB together with its exclusive training partner, the Asian Banking School continues to ensure that its suite of professional qualifications for banking services, including, among others, Bank Risk Management, Certification for Bank Auditors, Professional Credit Certification and its flagship programme, the Chartered Banker remain relevant in order to equip banking talent with the requisite skill sets and values as well as to strengthen the trust and confidence of the public. Additionally, AICB focuses its efforts to support members through various learning and thought leadership initiatives to further promote continuous professional development in order to keep members abreast of the latest developments in banking.
The Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) was established in November 1973, currently made up of 27 commercial banks operating in Malaysia as members. Since its inception, ABM has been actively involved in various initiatives to promote and strengthen the commercial banking industry to become more resilient, effective and efficient. The association concentrates on promoting the establishment of a sound banking system in Malaysia in cooperation and consultation with the regulators, as well as the orderliness and ethical banking practices among member banks. Additionally, ABM also focuses its efforts in collaborating with government ministries, private sector groups and relevant organizations on member bank’s contributions to socio-economic planning and development of the country, along with formulating and reviewing banking rules, operations and policies so as to assist the banking industry in becoming more resilient, competitive and effective in meeting the needs of the changing economy.