Bank of Communications gears up for import expo

The Bank of Communications showcased its tailor-made financial products and services in Shanghai to welcome the upcoming China International Import Expo.


The Bank of Communications, one of China’s top five state-owned commercial banks, showcased its tailor-made financial products and services in Shanghai on Wednesday for the upcoming China International Import Expo.

The Shanghai-based lender said at a road show that during the expo, it will provide exhibitors and purchasers special financial services, including policy consulting, one-stop account services, convenient foreign currency exchange and priority services for customers who do transactions at the counter, in order to enhance the efficiency and convenience of business handling.

To help clients have a better understanding of their services, the Bank of Communications has launched a manual for their customized cross-border financial products such as account services, cross-border settlement, trade financing, cross-border guarantee and financial transactions.

Xu Bin, president of the bank’s Shanghai branch, vowed that they will offer preferential benefits to participants in areas like new account opening and cross-border settlement service fees.

In addition to these tailor-made products and services for the grand gathering, the Bank of Communications noted that they will extend their top-notch services all year round by integrating online and offline resources and building an all-channel, intelligent service model for their customers.



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