CITIC Securities Co., Ltd. (CITICS) was incorporated in Beijing on October 25, 1995.Upon approval of Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on December 13, 2002, CITICS undertook an initial public offering (IPO) of 400 million common A shares. On January 6, 2003, CITICS (Ticker: 600030) was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. On October 6, 2011, CITICS (Ticker: 6030) was listed on the Hong Kong Exchange.
The business scope of the Company covers: securities brokerage (for areas other than Shandong Province, Henan Province, Tiantai and Cangnan Counties of Zhejiang Province); securities investment consulting; financial advisory services related to securities trading and securities investment activities; securities underwriting and sponsorship; securities proprietary business; securities asset management; margin financing and securities lending; securities investment fund sales agency; provision of brokerage services to futures companies; distribution of financial products; and stock options market making.
In 2016, the Company recognized total revenue of RMB38 billion and profit attributable to owners of the parent of RMB10.4 billion, and return on equity of 7.36%, and continued to rank the first among the domestic securities companies and all of its businesses stayed ahead of the market. The Company had steadfastly focused on serving the real economy and further improved its five major roles as financing arranger, wealth manager, trading service and liquidity provider, significant market investor and risk manager, and hence its core competitiveness has been re-invented and consolidated continuously.
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