Guo Jizhuang, a former president of China Construction Bank Corp.’s provincial branch in Northwest China’s Qinghai, is under investigation on suspicion of serious violations of law and Communist Party discipline, graft-busters announced in a statement (link in Chinese) on Friday.
Guo, 66, retired in September 2015 after nearly seven years as president of the branch. He joined the branch in 1977.
China Construction Bank is one of the country’s four biggest state-owned commercial lenders by assets.
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