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Research on Financial Leasing Industry in China, 2015-2020

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Huidian Research

Published Date : Apr 2015

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No. of Pages : 66 Pages

During the “12th five-year plan” period (2011-2015), the balance of financial leasing business has reached considerable scale, and the financial leasing in China has changed from arithmetic growth to exponential growth. In 2014, the financial leasing industry in China developed rapidly with asset scale hitting CNY 2 trillion and over 600 enterprises, in which, the total asset scale in 20 financial leasing enterprises stood at CNY 800 billion, accounting for over 50% of total assets in financial leasing industry.

The financial leasing industry scale increased from CNY 70 billion in 2007 to CNY 1.2 trillion in June 2012, increasing by 16 times within 5 five years with compound annual growth rate of 90%, it is predicted that by 2020, the industry scale of financial leasing in China will be close to CNY 10 trillion with compound annual growth rate of about 30%, and the leasing penetration rate can be expected to exceed 10%. Like the developed countries in Europe and America, the financial leasing industry has become an important supplement for bank credit and security financing in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Xiamen etc, where the scientific and stable capital supply system has been formed gradually.


6. Key Fields of Financial Leasing Industry in China

6.2 Ship Financial Leasing in China

6.2.1 Development of Shipbuilding Industry

In recent years, the global market shares of China’s shipbuilding Industry increased obviously and have exceeded South Korea and Japan, China has become one of key shipbuilding centers in global.

From Jan. to Dec. in 2014, the accomplished shipbuilding output in China was 39.05 million DWT, down 13.9% over the same period of last year, and the newly-received shipbuilding order was 59.95 million DWT, down 14.2% over the same period of last year, in which the marine ship was 19.34 million CGT. By the end of December, the shipbuilding order had been 148.8 million DWT, up 13.7% over the same period of last year (2013), in which, the marine ship was 46.4 million CGT, and the exported ships accounted for 95.9% of total output. 

In 2014, the market shares of three largest shipbuilding indexes: accomplished shipbuilding output, newly-received order and holding order, continue to keep leading position in world, accounting for 41.7%, 50.5% and 47.1% respectively by DWT, in which the newly-received order increased by 2.6% over 2013.

The industry concentration ratio was improved further, the accomplished shipbuilding output of top 10 enterprises accounted for 50.6% of total output in China, up 3.2% over 2013; the newly-received shipbuilding orders continue to concentrate toward superior enterprises, in which the newly-received orders in top 10 enterprises accounted for 55.5% of total one in China.

Fig.29: Three Largest Shipbuilding Indexes and Market Shares in World, 2014
Source: Clarkson Research Studies

Fig.30: Comparison of Three Largest Shipbuilding Indexes in China, 2008-2014
Source: China Association of the National shipbuilding Industry 

6.2.2 Ship Leasing Market

China has not established a complete ship leasing market. Participators involve in shipbuilding transaction in different degrees and cannot undertake the increasing demands for shipbuilding in respects of knowledge, capital and experiences independently. 

It is only two or three years to carry out large-scale ship financial leasing business in China, mainly serving for domestic customers. at present, one obvious trend is that the financial leasing from bank system with powerful capital background is becoming another mainstream channel of ship financing gradually. 

Fig.31: Statistics on Market Shares of Ship Financial Leasing, 2014
Source: Huidian Research

6.2.3 Characteristics of Ship Financial Leasing Business 

Since the beginning of 2014, China has issued a serial of micro-stimulation policies, which makes the market capitals among banks become relaxed obviously, especially, the fast decline of short-term capital interest rate creates sound financing opportunities for ship industry. China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) issued two terms of Super & Short-term Commercial Paper (SCP) of CNY 5 billion with annual interest rate of only 4.65%, which reduced financing cost. The Export-Import Bank of China provided CNY 90 billion of preferable interest rate floating capital loan for CSSC to release CSSC’s capital pressure and support its development. Meanwhile, the ship financial leasing business develops fast and has become the main channel of ship financing, only followed by bank loan. Statistics suggests: have only Minsheng Financial Leasing Co., Ltd, BCM Financial Leasing Co., Ltd and China Ship (Hong Kong) Aviation Leasing Co., Ltd built over 4 million DWT of ship and contributed large-amount of orders for shipbuilding industry in China by financial innovation. 
Table of Content

1. Overview of Financial Leasing Industry 
1.1 Definition and Characteristics
1.2 Business Models and Application Analysis

2. Status Quo of Financial Leasing Industry in Global

3. Operation Environment of Financial Leasing Industry in China
3.1 Economic Development Environment
3.1.1 Economic Development Status
3.1.2 Overall Economy Operates in Reasonable Range
3.1.3 Historical Change Track of Fixed Asset Investment
3.1.4 Total Import and Export Amount and Growth Rate
3.1.5 Consumer Prices are Stable Overall
3.1.6 Resident Income Grows Steadily
3.1.7 Five Changes in Economy Transformation and Structure Adjustment
3.2 Policy Environment

4. Operating Situation of Financial Leasing Industry in China
4.1 Development Status of Financial Leasing Business in China
4.1.1 Financial Leasing Market is rising in China 
4.1.2 Financial Leasing Penetration Rate in China is Far Lower than International Level
4.1.3 Gap between China and Developed Countries and Main Factors
4.2 Operation Status of Financial Leasing Industry in China
4.2.1 Type and Development Status of Financial Leasing Companies
4.2.2 Trend of Business Volume, 2007-2014
4.2.3 Competition Pattern in China, 2014

5. Upstream and Downstream of Financial Leasing Industry
5.1 Upstream
5.2 Downstream

6. Key Fields of Financial Leasing Industry in China
6.1 Aviation Financial Leasing in China
6.1.1 Development of Aviation Transportation Industry 
6.1.2 Aviation Leasing Market 
6.1.3 Aviation Corporations’ Aircraft Leasing
6.1.4 Restrictive Factors
6.2 Ship Financial Leasing in China
6.2.1 Development of Shipbuilding Industry
6.2.2 Ship Leasing Market
6.2.3 Characteristics of Ship Financial Leasing Business
6.3 Construction Machinery Financial Leasing
6.3.1 Development of Construction Machinery Industry
6.3.2 Construction Machinery Leasing Market
6.3.3 Construction Machinery Financial Leasing Companies
6.4 Medical Devices Leasing in China
6.4.1 Development of Medical Device Industry 
6.4.2 Medical Device Financial Leasing Market
6.4.3 Competition Pattern of Medical Device Financial Leasing
6.5 Railway Transportation Equipment Financial Leasing in China
6.5.1 Development of Railway Transportation Market in China
6.5.2 Railway Transportation Equipment Financial Leasing

7. Key Financial Leasing Enterprises in China
7.1 CDB Leasing
7.1.1 Company Profile
7.1.2 Business Performance
7.1.3 Financial Leasing Business
7.2 ICBC Financial Leasing Co., Ltd.
7.2.1 Company Profile
7.2.2 Business Performance
7.2.3 Financial Leasing Business
7.3 BOC Aviation
7.3.1 Company Profile
7.3.2 Business Performance
7.3.3 Financial Leasing Business  
7.4 Minsheng Financial Leasing Co., Ltd.
7.4.1 Company Profile
7.4.2 Business Performance
7.4.3 Financial Leasing Business  
7.5 CMB Financial Leasing
7.5.1 Company Profile
7.5.2 Business Performance
7.5.3 Financial Leasing Business  

8. Development Trend of Financial Leasing Industry in China
8.1 Industry Development Prospects, 2015-2020
8.2 Development Trend 

9. Risk Management of Financial Leasing Industry
9.1 Credit Risk Management and Control of Dealing Subject
9.2 Risk Management and Control of Trading Law
9.3 Risk Management and Control of Leased Asset
9.4 Financial Risk

10. Conclusions and Suggestions
10.1 Problems Faced by the Industry Development
10.2 Development Suggestions

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