Bank of China USA Interest Rates

Bank of China USA Overview

Bank of China is chartered as a U.S. branch of a Foreign Institution according to the FDIC and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank of China, a major state-owned commercial bank of the People's Republic of China. Bank of China has 2 FDIC insured branches in New York including Chinatown as w... read more

Bank Of China USA Discussion

  • Q: Can I open a Chinese bank account from Houston, Texas? I need to make payment on real estate purchase in China after inspection.

    Reply Phillip from Houston, United States
  • Q: Just over two weeks ago a friend in China went to Bank of China to send a wire transfer into my Wells Fargo checking account. I am certain the correct information was provided, but the wire transfer has not been completed so far. Can you tell me how long this takes?

    Reply Marshall from Colorado Springs, United States
  • Q: HELLO... I live in China and I'm a US citizen. Due to health issues I cannot travel to the US for the foreseeable future. How can I open an account at one of your US locations?? Best Regards, Harry

    Reply Harry from Nanjing, China
  • Q: Can i make a deposit into an account overseas? In other words, can I deposit (in CHICAGO) into my cousins account in Hong Kong if i have the account info??

    Reply GARY from Skokie, United States
  • Q: Do you have a department that assist in Letters of Credit from Chinese banks. Thank you

    Reply Rean from United States
  • Q: Seeking $13 Mil Multifamily Construction Loan

    Reply Demetri from Lake Forest, United States
  • Q: Do you have bank branch at DC area?

    Reply LIly from Herndon, United States

Bank Of China USA Discussion Activity

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