On January 10, Fujian Provincial Banking and Insurance Supervision Bureau issued 17 penalty notice forms, levying a total of 5.6 million yuan in fines on Huaxia Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, Fujian Haixia Bank and Bank of China. .
Among them, five branches of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China were fined. According to Minyinbaojianjujuezi  No. 49, ICBC's Fujian branch was fined RMB 350,000 for collateral assessment fees to customers. Minyin Insurance Supervisory Judgment  No. The Branch Office and ICBC Fuzhou Branch Office Jixiang Branch Office were each fined 500,000 Yuan, 350,000 Yuan, 300,000 Yuan and 300,000 Yuan for illegal collection of loan fees. Not rigorously verifying shareholder loans before borrowing fixed assets. Failure to perform due diligence to verify the accuracy of your business transaction details. Illegal collection of borrowings, etc.
The three branches of Fujian Haixia Bank are Minyin Insurance Supervisory Judgment  Nos. 50, 55 and 57, Fujian Haixia Bank Fuzhou Jincheng Branch Office, Fujian Haixia Bank Changle Branch Office and Fuzhou Branch Office, Fujian Haixia Bank's Fushang all fined. He was sentenced to 300,000 yuan.
Huaxia Bank Two Branches, Min Yin Bao Jian Fined Jue Zi  No. According to 51, Huaxia Bank, Fuzhou Branch was fined 500,000 RMB for failing to conduct due diligence on pre-loan working capital credit checks. Improper Credit Approval Minyin Insurance Supervisory Juezi  No.1 directly punishes those responsible for not conducting due diligence on the inspection and approval of Fuzhou Branch, Hua Xia Bank's working capital credit facility. Minyinbaojianjujuezi's Report  Huaxia Bank's No. 61 Fuzhou Changle Sub-Branch was fined RMB 400,000 for not conducting due diligence prior to issuing letters of credit.
In addition, fines of 1.5 million yuan and 500,000 yuan were imposed on the Futian branch of the Agricultural Bank of China and the Fujian branch of the Bank of China, respectively. Credit checks and audits by both organizations are not due diligence.