On July 17, the China Banking Association held a conference in Beijing to release the "2018 China Banking Social Responsibility Report " and commend the winning units and individuals in the assessment of the "2018 Top 100 of China Banking Social Responsibilities". The Postal Savings Bank of China (PSBC) won seven awards, including the Achievements in Winning "Three Tough Battles" and other awards.
In its assessment of "2018 Top 100 China Banking Social Responsibility", China Banking Association conducted an all-round evaluation of the participating units according to 10 first-level indicators and 68 second-level indicators from four aspects including management performance, economic performance, environmental performance, social performance. Through this event, the Association aims at continuously guiding the banking industry to take the social responsibility and achieve harmonious development, constantly strengthening the sense of responsibility in the industry, and establishing a socially responsible image of the banking industry.
In the assessment, PSBC won seven awards in four categories, namely, the Achievement Award of Winning "Three Tough Battles", the Achievement Award of Best Inclusive Finance, the Social Responsibility Special Contribution Outlets Award and the Best Social Responsibility Manager Award. Among them, the Social Responsibility Special Contribution Outlet Awards were awarded to three PSBC outlets, they are Yangmei Town Branch of Chongyi County, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Branch of Qinghai Province, and Wenhuaxilu Branch of Guyuan City of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Two of the Best Social Responsibility Manager Awards went to Liu Xin, President of Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Branch of Qinghai Province, and Zhang Ze, President of Hezhang County Branch of Guizhou Province. As the representative of the winners of the Best Social Responsibility Manager Award, Liu Xin also addressed the conference and introduced the practice and achievements of PSBC in exploring inclusive finance in Tibetan plateau.