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Planning Operations

Proactive planning is at the core of the development finance theory. Having been actively involved in the development of economic and social development plans for governments at various levels and comprehensive development plans for key corporate clients, CDB focuses relevant efforts on systematic planning, research and design of auxiliary financing plans, providing the governments and corporate clients with high quality “synergistic” services and system design, and proposing business models, roadmaps and products for national economic and social development, the “going abroad” strategy and corporate development. Proactive planning gives CDB a unique advantage in terms of boosting business growth and risk prevention and control.

Since the introduction of the proactive planning principle in 2003, CDB gradually increased the coverage of its planning products to include collaborative regional, industry and strategic client planning in China and abroad in addition to the planning of its own business development, creating a planning operations network covering businesses within the Chinese banking sector and beyond, as well as a fully-developed and effective planning organization system in partnership with relevant national ministries and commissions, local governments, state-owned enterprises and other “backbone enterprises”.

In line with strategic deployments made by the state, from 2015 onward,CDB attached great emphasis to its own business planning for the 13th “Five-year Plan” period, and drew up a blueprint for long-term sustainable business growth, laying the groundwork for future development; externally, we have been closely involved in the research and implementation of a series of major programs including the 13th “Five-year Plan”, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Yangtze River economic belts through in-depth planning cooperation with relevant ministries and commissions of the state revolving around the “four regions” and “three economic belts” national strategies, developing systematic ancillary financing plans for state-level new zones, poverty alleviation and development projects, etc; pushed forward consultation cooperation for international planning projects focusing on the implementation of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, service capacity transfer and Chinese enterprise “going global”; increased efforts to develop major planning cooperation projects ensuring seamless integration between planning and follow-up operations, and pushed forward the implementation of relevant plans, thereby providing accurate and lasting supports for national strategies through development finance.