Bank capital (银行资本)

Bank capital (银行资本 yín háng zī běn) refers to the net worth, i.e., the difference between bank’s assets and its liabilities. The capital of a bank ensures the efficient running of a bank and protects the bank’s creditors in case the bank would liquidate its assets.

Part 1: Breakdown of Words

Part 2: Examples

  1. Bank capital ratio (银行资本充足率 yín háng zī běn chōng zú lǜ).
  2. Bank capital structure (银行资本结构 yín háng zī běn jié gòu). 


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