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Bank of China registered as a bank

Date 29 March 2018

Bank of China registered as a bank

The Reserve Bank today registered Bank of China to provide banking services in New Zealand.

Bank of China Limited is incorporated in the People’s Republic of China and will operate in New Zealand as a branch.

A New Zealand subsidiary of the Bank of China, Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited, has been registered to provide banking services in New Zealand since November 2014.

There are now 26 registered banks in New Zealand.

More information: Register of banks.


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