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With extensive experience across a variety of sectors including real estate, energy, manufacturing and financial services, our team of industry experts are ready to help you achieve your financial goals.


In the U.S., BOC is one of the top-ranking banks in the Investment Grade Bookrunner table, and has consistently ranked #1 among Chinese Banks in the U.S.


We work closely and diligently with our customers to service their lending needs, enabling their use of loans proceeds to meet their working capital requirements. These loans include revolving lines of credit and term loans.

We provide Project Finance Loans to our customers to finance long-term infrastructure, energy and industrial projects. These loans are typically structured with a construction loan at the front-end, which later converts into a term loan.

We help our clients finance their domestic and cross-border M&A transactions, such as acquiring the target’s existing equity, subscribing to newly issued equity, purchasing the target’s assets, or assuming the target’s debt.

Secured by commercial real estate properties such as office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, industrial warehouses, apartment complexes, and land, our wide range of commercial real estate loan types include term loans, value-added loans, construction loans, and standby letters of credit.

We provide general revolving lines of credit and term loans to our RMB customers to meet their needs in the Chinese market.

We are the leading bank to help Chinese companies grow in the U.S., extending tailored credit lines and other services across our high-profile client base. Our bilingual ‘China Desk’ offers a wide variety of global services, creating effective solutions to suit your financing needs.


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