Bank of China (HK) to Convert Current Building to Regional Headquarters
Bank of China (HK) will be converting its current historical old Bank of China building into a regional headquarters for its private banking unit as it expands services to cater to the increasing number of mainland millionaires.
The private banking centre will occupy 2,000 square feet on ground floor, second floor and eighth floor. The Managing Director and Head of Private Banking for Bank of China has also said that the bank is looking to double its headcount.
News Source: South China Morning Post
About Bank of China (Hong Kong)
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited (“Bank of China (Hong Kong)” or “BOC HK”) is a locally incorporated licensed bank. BOCHK combined the businesses of 10* of the 12 banks in Hong Kong originally belonged to the Bank of China Group. In addition, it held shares in Nanyang Commercial Bank Limited (“NCB”), Chiyu Banking Corporation Limited, and BOC Credit Card (International) Limited, all of which incorporated in Hong Kong. BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) Limited (the “Company”) was incorporated in Hong Kong on 12 September 2001 to hold the entire equity interest in BOCHK, its principal operating subsidiary. After a successful global IPO, the Company began trading on the main board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on 25 July 2002, with stock code “2388”, ADR OTC Symbol “BHKLY”
- Origin: Hong Kong
- Assets: US$213.7 billion
- Revenue: US$5.5 billion
- Employees 13,900
Official Website: www.bochk.com
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Updated on 8th August 2016