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About Bank of China

China’s most international and diversified bank, with global financial expertise and local experience.


Established in 1912, Bank of China is one of the largest banks in the world, with over $3 trillion in assets and a footprint that spans more than 60 countries and regions. Our long-term outlook, institutional weight and global breadth provide our clients with a stable and reliable financial partner, whether in Corporate or Personal Banking or our Trade Services, Commodities, Financial Institutions and Global Markets lines of business.

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Bank of China has always upheld the principles of Responsibility, Integrity, Professionalism, Innovation, Prudence, and Efficiency throughout its more than one hundred-year history, building up a strong brand that is widely recognized within the industry and across industry sectors. Faced with new historic opportunities, BOC U.S.A. is committed to honoring these principles by continuing to support our global clients and contributing to U.S.-China investments and trade relations, driving cooperation between the world’s two largest economies.

2022 Annual Report

Bank of China U.S.A. follows a comprehensive strategy for growth and global service that is outlined and led by Bank of China Group. The Bank’s Annual Report outlines the Group’s performance goals in order to achieve greater synergy across branches and geographies and continue developing as a world-class bank.


We are proud to be recognized by leading industry awards and organizations for our
continued commitment to serve our clients and our communities.


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Trade Finance Global

Best Trade Financier in Asia Pacific(2022)

Asset Asian Awards

Best RMB Bank (2023)


China’s Best Bank for ESG (2023 & 2022)

The Asian Banker

Best Retail Payments Initiative in China (2021)

Top 1,000 World Banks

Ranked 4th (2023)

Fortune Global 500

Ranked 42rd (2022)

Forbes Global Top 2000

Ranked 12th (2023)

Global Finance

Outstanding Leadership in ESG-Related Loans (2022)


In August 2020, the Federal Reserve released its “Statement on Longer-Run Goals and Monetary Policy Strategy,” which established a new framework for its interest rate policy. 
The Federal Reserve has made QE (quantitative easing) a conventional policy tool and is trying to monetize both government debt and Federal fiscal policy.
Since the start of the financial turmoil caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Fed has done everything within its power  to support the U.S. economy, and the effects are beginning to show - easing liquidity pressures and calming financial market turmoil.
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