With access to Bank of China’s extensive global network, as well as a team of professionals experienced in offering RMB products and services in the U.S. business, legal and regulatory environments, BOC U.S.A. is the leading provider for cross-border RMB banking services for retail, corporate and financial institutions.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING RMB?
The utilization of offshore RMB is continuing to increase, as corporations expand their businesses worldwide. BOC U.S.A. is the leading provider of RMB products and services, offering assistance to corporations and financial institutions to better take advantage of the RMB’s increasing use as an international trading and investment currency. We work with retail, corporate and financial institutions, offering competitive RMB pricing and liquidity, covering all-dimensional cross-border RMB services such as, trade finance, cash management, corporate lending, and FX trading.
HOW CAN COMPANIES AROUND THE WORLD KEEP PACE WITH THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE RMB AND CAPTURE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED BY GLOBAL MARKETS?
As the utilization of offshore RMB increases, BOC U.S.A. offers assistance to corporations and financial institutions to take advantage of the RMB’s increasing use as an international trading and investment currency as they continue to expand their businesses worldwide. BOC U.S.A. is the leading provider of RMB products and services for retail, corporate, and financial institutions, offering competitive RMB pricing and liquidity, covering all-dimensional cross-border RMB services such as trade finance, cash management, corporate lending, and FX trading.
We provide general revolving lines of credit and term loans to our RMB customers, to meet their needs in the Chinese market.
BOC U.S.A. provides a broad range of trade related cross-border RMB products and tailor-made RMB solutions, leveraging our integrated platform. Our trade related services include RMB-denominated Letter of Credit (L/C), Import/Export Bill Purchases, Standby Letter of Credit, L/C Discount, Forfaiting, Risk Participation, Supply Chain Financing and Factoring, and other related products.
Bank of China is one of the two designated RMB Clearing Banks operating in the U.S., providing real-time settlement services for cross-border remittances and offshore clearing settlements. Supported by our extensive global network in more than 61 countries and our rich experience from self-clearing more than 30 currencies globally, our New York branch offers 24-hour multilingual customer service for personal, corporate and institutional customers.
- With access to Bank of China’s extensive global network and over 1,400 RMB clearing accounts with correspondent banks worldwide, BOC U.S.A. is a global leader in RMB clearing for retail, corporate and financial institutions.
- We are the designated RMB clearing bank in 13 out of 25 offshore RMB centers worldwide: U.S., Hong Kong, Macau, China Taiwan, Germany, France, Australia, Malaysia, Hungary, South Africa, Zambia, Japan and the Philippines.
- Our extensive network across Greater China makes BOC U.S.A. the go-to bank for access to the world’s second largest economy.
- Leveraging our unique consultancy approach and unparalleled insights on China, BOC U.S.A. is able to guide clients through complex Chinese regulations.
BOC U.S.A. is globally renowned in the Trade Services industry, with our experienced team providing a professional, efficient and diverse offering of trade solutions to automate, accelerate and secure our clients’ trade transactions and enhance their international trade businesses.
As a major RMB liquidity provider with strong pricing capabilities for both onshore and offshore RMB foreign exchange and funding, BOC U.S.A. is a leading CNH provider for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies through our e-trading platform. For U.S. financial institutions with RMB accounts, onshore RMB (CNY) FX is available for underlying transactions that qualify for cross-border RMB settlement.
Eligible Financial Institutions
Financial Institutions that hold onshore or offshore Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY or CNH) accounts with BOC U.S.A.’s New York branch.