Bank of China New Zealand Signs Agreement with Immigration NZ

Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited has signed a partnership arrangement with Immigration New Zealand, which will simplify visa application processes for their high net worth customers wishing to study or visit.

“In addition to supporting New Zealand’s education and tourism industry – the agreement will also enable Bank of China customers’ access to immigration approved investment funds in New Zealand,” said David Lei Wang, Bank of China (NZ) Chief Executive Officer.

According to Wang the economic value of the New Zealand and China trade relationship is forecast to reach around $30 billion (NZD) by 2020.

“The agreement was marked by an official signing ceremony in Beijing involving the Honourable Prime Minister John Key and the Vice Chairman of Bank of China Group, Mr Siqing Chen.”

Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited specialises in trade and financing services. The bank recently explored a new cooperative pattern between banking and e-commerce and launched a new series of financial products.

In May 2016, Bank of China  (New Zealand) Limited will host a China-New Zealand Agribusiness Trade and Investment Conference in Auckland to introduce NZ agricultural technology, products and services to 70 visiting Chinese agribusiness delegates. Please click here to register.

Previously (November 2015), BOCNZ organized a successful eCommerce Cross-Border & Business Matching Seminar, which provided a platform for local businesses to meet 30 Chinese eCommerce operators and gain knowledge of the growing eCommerce industry in China .

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