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Bank of Taiwan  
The Bank of Taiwan is a government-owned bank in Taipei City, Taiwan. The Bank of Taiwan was first established as central bank of Taiwan during the Japanese rule. In order to assist the economic development, "Bank Act of Taiwan" was promulgated in 1897 and the Bank of Taiwan was established in 1899 to encourage Japanese private sectors, including Mitsubishi and the Mitsui Group, to invest in Taiwan.

DBS Bank Taiwan  
As one of Asia's largest financial services groups, DBS Bank has the resources and expertise to provide a wide range of corporate and investment banking services as well as global financial market services to large and mid-cap corporations, banks and non-bank financial institutions.

Taiwan Business Bank  
The forerunners of the Taiwan Business Bank were two private savings organizations, one established in Taipei in June of 1915 and the other in Tainan in July of the same year, following the traditional practice of forming cooperatives.

Bank SinoPac  
Bank SinoPac ('BSP'), a wholly owned subsidiary of SinoPac Financial Holdings Co., Limited ('SPFH'), is a full-service commercial bank with banking services equally emphasized in corporate and individual sectors. In addition to traditional banking services in savings and loans, BSP has put a lot of efforts on the integration of financial products and the enhancement of the technology content in its service platforms.

Central Bank of China  
In 1923, Dr. Sun Yat-sen, National Father of the Republic of China, promoted the establishment of the Central Bank of China (the Bank) with the primary goal of financing national developments.

International Commercial Bank of China  
Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd. has come into being as a result of the merger of The International Commercial Bank of China and Chiao Tung Bank. Both banks have been proud of their longtime histories of outstanding track records in our country.

Cathay United Bank  
Cathay United Bank is the bank formed by the merger of United World Chinese Commercial Bank and Cathay United Bank, both are the 100%-owned subsidiaries of Cathay Financial Holding Company. United World Chinese Commercial Bank is the Surviving Company but the merged bank is re-named under Cathay United Bank, effective on October 27, 2003.

Chang Hwa Bank  
Chang Hwa Bank is a Taiwanese bank. It was established in 1905 under Japanese colonial rule in Changhua County, and relocated to Taichung in 1910. Japanese shares were taken over by the Republic of China government after World War Two. The bank was fully privatized in the late 1990s.

Farmers Bank of China  
The Farmers Bank of China was founded on April 1 1933 in Hankou from the amalgamation of provincial agricultural banks in Henan, Hubei, Anhui and Jiangxi. Governed by the Farmers Bank of China Law, the bank was established to stimulate agricultural development by providing lines of credit to farmers and rural landowners.


Land Bank of Taiwan  
Land Bank of Taiwan is a wholly state-owned bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan). It was owned by the Taiwan Provincial Government before its downsizing in December 21, 1998, when it was transferred to the jurisdiction of the Executive Yuan. Its predecessor under Japanese rule was the Nippon Kangyo Bank.

Lucky Bank  
Lucky Bank of Taiwan Incorporated is a bank based in Taichung, Taiwan. Founded in 1947 as the credit department of the Central District Co-operative in Taichung, it was renamed the Seventh Credit Co-operative of Taichung City in 1971. It adopted its present name in 1 September 1997.

Taichung Bank  
The Taichung Bank is a public bank in Taichung City, Taiwan.The Bank was formerly the Taichung District Joint Saving Company that was approved and established in April 1953.

Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank  
The Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank was founded by Chen Guangfu, better known as K. P. Chen, in Shanghai in June 1915. Mr. The-Chin Chuang was elected the first chairman, and the founder, Mr. Chen, was the first president.

Taipei Fubon Bank  
Taipei Fubon Bank is a bank based in Taiwan. It was formed on 1 January 2005 from a merger of Fubon Bank with TaipeiBank.

Taishin International Bank  
Established in 1992 Taishin International Bank (or just Taishin Bank) is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. Taishin International Bank merged Dah An Commercial Bank and established the Taishin Financial Holdings through share swap/share exchange in Feb. 2002.

Taiwan Cooperative Bank  
The Taiwan Cooperative Bank is a public bank in Taipei City, Taiwan. The former Taiwan Cooperative Bank was established at the Taiwan under Japanese rule.

ABN AMRO Taiwan  
ABN AMRO Taiwan is one of the leading Multinational Bank in Taiwan.