ANZ Hong Kong is the regional office and headquarters of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, the third largest bank by market capitalisation in Australia, for Northeast Asia, Europe and America regions.
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Commonwealth Bank Hong Kong is a subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, an Australian multinational bank.
Westpac Hong Kong is a branch of Australian bank and financial services provider, one of Australia’s big four banks and is also the second- largest bank in New Zealand.
JPMorgan Hong Kong office is the regional headquarters for J.P. Morgan’s business in the Asia-Pacific region, which the main function is to contribute to the operations and expansion of the mainland China operations.
RBC Wealth Management Hong Kong is a branch of the Royal Bank of Canada, the country’s largest financial institution as measured by deposits, revenues, and market capitalization.
UBS Hong Kong is a licensed bank, operating as a division of UBS AG, Swiss global financial services company headquartered in Basel and Zürich, Switzerland.
RBS Hong Kong branch acts as the hub for Royal Bank of Scotland‘s operations in Asia, offering finance, risk management and investment solutions to corporations, governments and financial institutions across the region.
Lloyds TSB Hong Kong Branch is a commercial bank, operating as a part of Lloyds Banking Group plc, one of the oldest and largest banking groups in the UK.
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Below is the list of public holidays in Hong Hong for the 2016 year, when all banks in the city remain closed.
Bank of China was founded in 1912, transforming from the Ta Ching Government Bank, the oldest bank in China. The bank has a head office in Beijing.
Most of the world famous banks have their head offices in Hong Kong. Today, the city occupies the 9th place in the ranking of international financial centres in the number of external operations in the world and 2nd in Asia after Japan. The banking sector plays a crucial role in the development of Hong Kong as a trading and financial platform.
Every bank in Hong Kong is subject to the Banking Act, which came into force in 1986. The law is repeatedly reworking by the authorities with the aim to improve some of its provisions and to bring it in line with current market conditions.