This advisory engagement will support Bank of Jiujiang to define and design the net zero carbon strategy, develop transition finance pipelines, establish an environmental and social risk management framework for the transition portfolio, and provide knowledge management.
The Bank of Jiujiang, formerly known as the Jiujiang City Commercial Bank, was established on 18th November 2000 upon approval from the Wuhan Branch of PBOC, and successfully listed on the Main Board of SEHK on 10th July 2018. We became the first prefecture-level city commercial bank in Jiangxi Province and the central region as well as the second prefecture-level city commercial bank in China to be listed in Hong Kong and be traded on the Main Board.
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