BANKS HONG KONG
Agricultural Bank of China (Hong Kong)
Agricultural Bank of China's Hong-Kong brach is supported by strong network, and staffed with a professional and specialized team. With our in-depth understanding of the mainland market and profound financial strength, we offer diversified products and services, and act as a bridge for our overseas customers to expand their business in China and vice versa.
Bank of East Asia
BEA is the largest independent local bank in Hong Kong, with total consolidated assets of HK$394 billion (US$50.51 billion) as at 31st December, 2007. The Bank is listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and is one of the constituent stocks of the Hang Seng Index. BEA operates one of the largest banking networks in Hong Kong, with over 130 branches and SupremeGold Centres around town.
Citic Ka Wah Bank
CITIC Ka Wah Bank Limited (the "Bank") is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CITIC International Financial Holdings Limited, which in turn is 55%-owned by CITIC Group as at 30 November 2007. By providing value-creating financial solutions to define and exceed both the wealth management and international business objectives of our Greater China and overseas customers, the Bank aspires to be the best PRC Asian regional bank, with the best international standards and capabilities.
China Construction Bank (Asia)
China Construction Bank (Asia) has 20 Branches in Hong Kong. We offer a wide range of consumer, retail and commercial banking products and services to customers. For Consumer Banking, they offer a full array of banking services from conventional transactional, foreign exchange and cash services, to tailor-made deposits, loans, investments, consolidated banking, insurance and electronic banking services to meet the various banking needs of our individual customers.
Standard Bank Asia Limited
Standard Bank Asia Limited was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1970. It is a fully licensed bank, regulated by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and has been granted registered institution status by the Securities and Futures Commission. Standard Bank Asia Limited serves as the hub for the Group's Asian investment banking activities.
Fubon Bank (International Bank of Asia)
Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited ("Fubon Bank") is a subsidiary of Fubon Financial Holding Co., Ltd. ("Fubon Financial"), a leading financial services group in Taiwan which is engaged in corporate and investment banking, financial markets, consumer finance, wealth management, investment management and insurance. Fubon Financial acquired a 75% stake from the Bank's former shareholders, Arab Banking Corporation and China Everbright in April 2004. The Bank formally adopted the name Fubon Bank on April 6, 2005.
Chong Hing Bank Limited (CHB)
CHB offers a wide range of retail and wholesale financial banking products which include HKD & foreign currency deposits, remittances, safe deposit boxes, credit cards, mortgages, mandatory provident fund service, trade finance, corporate banking and syndicated loans. Through its subsidiaries, it also offers security trading, financial management and insurance services.
ABN AMRO Bank
ABN AMRO Hong Kong serves as the regional hub for the bank's operations in Asia, employing almost 2000 staff and serving a broad array of small and medium-sized enterprises and high net worth individuals. The bank offers integrated consumer and commercial banking services, such as; transaction banking, risk management, investment banking, private banking and asset management through its three offices and four Van Gogh Preferred Banking branches. The bank pioneered its Preferred Banking concept in Hong Kong, offering a personalized banking service for mass affluent clients. In 2006, ABN AMRO celebrated its 100th Anniversary of presence in Hong Kong. The bank's long history signifies its strong commitment in the territory in delivering continuous and uninterrupted services to our clients.
American Express Bank Ltd
Since its founding in 1850, American Express has conducted business according to several guiding principles that over the years have become inextricably linked with the company’s brand, products, services and – perhaps most notably – its people. Generations before the phrase “company values” entered the corporate lexicon, American Express employees across the organization were demonstrating the same core principles upheld by the company today.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group
ANZ’s presence in Hong Kong can be traced back to 1970 through its subsidiary, ANZ Grindlays Bank Ltd. ANZ Hong Kong Branch is a member of the Deposit Protection Scheme. Eligible deposits taken by this Bank are protected by the Scheme up to a limit of HK$100,000 per depositor.
Bank of India
The Bank has its presence in Hong Kong since 1960. The Bank is one of the leading India based banks operating in Hong Kong. The Bank has opened its Branch in Shenzhen-China on 03-11-2006. The Bank has opened its Representative Office in Beijing-China on 22-05-2006. Bank of India offers wide range of banking services to our customers in different time zones.
Bank of Montreal
Beginning in 1817, BMO Financial Group (NYSE, TSX: BMO) is one of the largest financial services providers in North America. With total assets of $298 billion as at October 31, 2005 and more than 34,000 employees, BMO provides a broad range of retail banking, wealth management and investment banking products and solutions. BMO serves clients across Canada and in the United States through its Canadian retail arm BMO Bank of Montreal, Chicago-based Harris Bank, a major U.S. mid-west financial services organization which also has wealth management offices and branches across the United States and BMO Nesbitt Burns, one of North America's leading full-service investment firms.
Bank of Nova Scotia
Scotiabank is one of North America's leading financial institutions and Canada's most international bank. Although our reach is global, our energies are focused on individual customers, employees, and shareholders, and on building a strong community presence. Scotiabank is pleased to be represented in Hong Kong. Through our Hong Kong Branch, Scotiabank (Hong Kong) Limited, Scotiatrust (Asia) Limited and ScotiaMocatta, we offer a full range of commercial, corporate, trust, investments and bullion trading services.
Barclays Bank Plc
Barclays Wealth has developed a different approach to financial services. We are dedicated to helping you get the most from your wealth by acting as your wealth guide. By using our collective wisdom, we can give you insights into your wealth and show you how it could work even harder for you.
Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG
HypoVereinsbank (HVB) – a Member of UniCredit Group HVB is the second largest private bank 5% market share, over 26,000 employees, 680 branches and over 4 million customers. It is a member of UniCredit Group which holds the leading position in the economic hub of Honk Kong, Italy, Germany, Austria and Central and Eastern Europe with over 140,000 employees, 7,000 branches and over 28 million customers.
BNP Paribas Private Bank
They are fully integrated into the BNP Paribas global network, giving you access to wealth management experts in the world’s major financial centres. Their 480+ strong Asia-based teams manage USD 22 billion in assets. Their Hong Kong and Singapore-based offshore centres are entrusted with accounts from clients throughout the world. Their Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Taiwan and Shanghai-based teams offer the expertise of specialists knowledgeable in those local markets.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
CIBC World Markets is a full service investment bank, active throughout North America and key financial centres around the world. We provide corporate, government and institutional clients with innovative solutions to help them raise capital, grow, and invest.
China Construction Bank Corporation
China Construction Bank Corporation (formerly known as the China Construction Bank) was incorporated in China in 1954. CCB Corporation is a state owned bank operating in a commercial capacity. As one of the leading banks in the domestic banking sector, CCB Corporation retains leadership roles in key market segments in the areas of corporate banking, personal banking and treasury operations. The Bank continues to pursue innovative banking services such as online banking to stay in a competitive edge.
China Merchants Bank
China Merchants Bank branch in Hong Kong on August 28, 2002 formally established. China Merchants Bank, as the first overseas branch, the Hong Kong branch will abide by the "reputation, services, flexible, innovative" business purposes, and inheriting China Merchants Bank, "science and technology" and "talent word" development strategy, relying on a wide range of in the mainland of China agency network, with the leading means of science and technology and improve the management system for the Hong Kong and the Mainland delivering quality service to customers.
Citibank Hong Kong
Citigroup (NYSE: C), the leading global financial services company has some 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 100 countries, providing consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, and wealth management. Major brand names under Citigroup's trademark red umbrella include Citibank, CitiFinancial, Primerica, Smith Barney and Banamex. Additional information may be found at www.citigroup.com
Dah Sing Bank
The Dah Sing Group is a leading financial services group in Hong Kong, active in the banking and insurance business. The Dah Sing Group consists of two listed companies, Dah Sing Financial Holdings Limited ("DSFH"), which has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1987, and Dah Sing Banking Group Limited ("DSBG"), which has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 2004. The Dah Sing Group has gained a reputation as one of the most progressive and innovative financial services groups. Key to its success is the strength of the Dah Sing management team and the group's commitment to serving its customers.
DBS Hong Kong
Headquartered in Singapore, DBS is one of the largest financial services groups in Asia with operations in 15 markets. The largest bank in Singapore as measured by assets, and a leading bank in Hong Kong, DBS' "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the Asia-Pacific region. DBS has leading positions in consumer banking, treasury and markets, asset management, securities brokerage, equity and debt fund raising. Beyond the anchor markets of Singapore and Hong Kong, DBS serves corporate, institutional and retail customers through its operations in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and The Philippines.
GE Capital HK
GE Money operates under GE Capital (Hong Kong) Limited (GECHK), a wholly owned subsidiary of GE Capital Corporation. GECHK is a restricted licence bank in Hong Kong, specializing in financial services in four areas: mortgage, vehicle finance, personal loan and insurance. They are in the business of meeting a wide array of financial needs with ease, simplicity and speed. GE Money is the financial service brand that funds dreams, gives consumers more options and anticipates their financial needs. They strive to build partnerships that are based on trust and a win-win mentality.
Nanyang Commercial Bank
Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited ("NCB"), incorporated in Hong Kong on 14 December 1949. The Bank has cherished the spirit of "Customer-Oriented and Courteous Service" and upheld the principle of "Reputation First and Service-Driven". While establishing a strong foothold in Hong Kong with the backing up of the Motherland, the Bank has taken on the mission to look globally and serve customers around the world. NCB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of China (Hong Kong).
Shanghai Commercial Bank Ltd
The Bank has always been pursuing the motto of its founder, Mr. Kwang-pu Chen, to 'Serve the Community'.The Bank's slogan of 'For Personalized Service' and 'All in a Family' denotes the Bank's devotion to providing personalized services to its clients and promoting a harmonious relationship among its staff members.
Standard Chartered Bank
On 1 July 2004, the bank completed the local incorporation of its Hong Kong businesses, namely The Hong Kong branch of Standard Chartered Bank, Manhattan Card Company Limited, Standard Chartered Finance Limited and Standard Chartered International Trade Products Limited and Chartered Capital Corporation Limited. The Bank operates as a licensed bank in Hong Kong under the name of Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited.
United Overseas Bank Group (Hong Kong)
United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) was founded on 6 August 1935 by Sarawak-born Datuk Wee Kheng Chiang – father of the present UOB Group Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Mr Wee Cho Yaw – and a group of Chinese businessmen. UOB provides a wide range of financial services through a global network of branches, offices and subsidiaries: personal financial services, private banking, trust services, commercial and corporate banking, corporate finance, capital market activities, treasury services, futures broking, asset management, venture capital management, general insurance and life assurance. We also offer stockbroking services through an associate, UOB-Kay Hian Holdings.