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Mega Int'l Bank's per capita revenue contribution leads in first 3 quarters.

Taipei, Dec. 5, 2012 (CENS) -- The per capita revenue contribution at Mega International Commercial Bank stood at NT$49.5 million (US$1.65 million) in the first three quarters, leading all domestic banks in Taiwan except industrial banks, according to the central bank.

In the same period, Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank (SCSB) and King's Town Bank closely followed with NT$43.4 million (US$1.45 million) and NT$41.9 million (US$1.4 million), respectively.

Industrial banks show higher per capita revenue contribution due to relatively fewer employees. Taiwan's two industrial banks both enjoyed sizable profits, with China Development Industrial Bank (CDIB) boasting of NT$96.5 million (US$3.22 million) in per capita revenue contribution and Industrial Bank of Taiwan (IBT) of NT$42.7 million (US$1.42 million).

The statistics released by the central bank show that per capita revenue contribution of all domestic banks average NT$16.5 million (US$55,000).

Taiwan's Top-7 Per Capita Revenue Contribution Banks
in First 3 quarters

Bank                          Per capita contribution
                               (NT$ Million)

CDIB                          96.5
Mega                          49.5
SCSB                          43.4
IBT                           42.7
King's Town                   41.9
Citibank (Taiwan)             34
Agricultural Bank of Taiwan   30.1

Source: the central bank
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Title Annotation:Mega International Commercial bank
Author:Li, Judy
Publication:The Taiwan Economic News
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Date:Dec 5, 2012
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