According to Henan TV Minsheng Channel, Zhengzhou Loess Land real estate Co., Ltd. forced all employees to deposit money to the Zhongyuan Bank card, not enough 100,000 yuan every day, no money to let friends and relatives to help, no card must also open the card in Time to deposit, otherwise there is a risk of dismissal. The company’s Zhang refused to answer the reporter’s questions, but also do not allow employees to be interviewed.
The company’s employees Xiao Li said that all employees have to deposit 100,000 yuan to the Central Bank, Xiao Li at first thought to write a wrong word, thought it was 10 yuan, the leader said the result is to deposit 100,000 yuan. According to the cell phone information provided by Xiao Li, said he received a notice from the company’s leadership, the project each person to their own Centaline Bank card deposit of 100,000, please all notify the line of staff, as soon as possible to implement. The deadline is 6 p.m. today (Jan. 21). If you do not have money, you can ask friends and relatives to help.
Xiao Li said employees must have emotions, but more people chose to hold their breath. Xiao Li said his leadership tactics are tougher, and he is pushing employees to save money every day. “I really want to go over and beat him up.”
According to the deposit roster obtained by the reporter, a total of 56 employees deposited money, the total amount of 1.76 million, the highest deposit of 220,000, the lowest deposit of 100 yuan.
The company’s marketing director Zhang faced the reporter’s microphone and said there was no such request, nor was it convenient to be interviewed. And then issued a notice inside the company group do not accept the reporter’s interview.
Centaline Bank is the only provincial corporate bank in Henan Province, founded in December 2014, listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in July 2017, with a current price of HK$1.05 per share. 2020 semi-annual report shows that Centaline Bank’s operating income was 10.592 billion, up 9.7% year-on-year, and net profit was 2.026 billion, down 2.5%. The non-performing loan ratio was 2.27%, an increase of 0.04 percentage points year-on-year. As of June 30, 2020, the bank had absorbed deposits of $423.721 billion, an increase of 8.7% year-on-year.
On January 22, the CBRC issued regulations on the “Measures for the Management of Commercial Banks’ Liabilities Quality (Draft for Comments)”, which stipulates that banks’ liabilities business shall not set evaluation indicators that require deposit point-in-time size, market share, ranking or peer comparison. Branches are not allowed to increase the assessment standards and related index requirements at different levels to prevent excessive pursuit of business expansion and short-term profits.