This year has been an extremely bad year for public-equity banks. Although the epidemic has affected the performance of domestic banks to a greater or lesser extent, among the domestic banks that experienced an average profit decline of about 13% in the first seven months of this year, the performance of public stocks was significantly worse than that of private stocks. Taiwan Enterprise Bank, Changyin Bank and South China Bank declined by more than 30% compared with the same period last year, and Taiwan Bank and Mega Bank also had more than 20% of the decline. Only Heku and Tuyin declined by less than the average of domestic banks.
The overall performance of public stocks was comparable to that of private financial Institutions are far apart. The four major public stock photo background removing financial holdings (Zhaofeng, Heku, South China and No. 1) combined their profits in the first eight months and lost to one Fubon Gold. Picture 1 Photo Credit: Fat Cat Incident Book Unlike private companies, which were relatively cautious and conservative in business during the recession caused by the epidemic, public stocks were caught in the policy quagmire. The low interest rate in the general environment has led to a reduction in interest rate spreads. Joint loan funds for energy policies such as wind power and solar require public stocks.
Executive President Su Zhenchang is more accustomed to directly looking for Dong Zong, the eight major public stocks, to hold a meeting in the Political Yuan, asking the public stock bank to bail out the people. These policies guide All increase the potential bad debts of public stocks in the future. Policy changes have become a source of systemic risk for banks The Changyin operation right case has not yet been concluded, but it can be seen from the business performance that when Taishin dominated Changyin, the after-tax net profit margin fell from a shaky -137% in 2005, and was retaken by Zhang Shenghe and the finance minister in 2014. So far, it has risen all the way