It had been customary for the provincial bank to be located at the seat of the provincial government, but K. P. Cha#39;en moved the banka#39;s ... facilities for such lending operations, the Kiangsu Bank also pioneered in inviting Western accountants to audit its books regularly. ... During those years, his concern with public service and his progressive policies opened new frontiers for modern banking in China.
|Title||:||Biographical Dictionary of Republican China|
|Author||:||Howard L. Boorman|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 1967|