Bank of China Ltd (3988.HK)
Tue, Feb 28 2017
* BOCHK has entered into acquisition agreements with Bank Of China
FLORENCE, Italy, Feb 17 Bank of China (BOC) on Friday agreed to pay a 600,000 euro fine to settle a money laundering case involving its Milan branch, court documents seen by Reuters showed.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) TAIPEI/HONG KONG, February 13 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned Bank of China Ltd. (BOC) Hong Kong Branch's senior unsecured notes issued under its medium-term note (MTN) programme a final rating of 'A'. The rated notes include: - USD1.2m floating rate notes due 2020 - USD300m 2.375% notes due 2020 - USD500m 3% notes due 2022 The notes will be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the proceeds will be used for general corpora
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) TAIPEI/HONG KONG, February 06 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned an expected 'A(EXP)' rating to Bank of China Ltd. (BOC, A/Stable) Hong Kong Branch's proposed long-term senior unsecured US dollar notes to be issued under its medium-term note (MTN) programme. The notes will be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes. The maturity structure will be finalised upon settlement
* Entered into entrusted loan agreement with borrower and lending bank
* Wang Wei resigned as non-executive director of bank Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Bank of China to open deposit bank in Turkey with Lira funding in exchange for $300 mln - banking watchdog
ANKARA, Jan 13 Turkey's banking watchdog BDDK said on Friday the Bank of China had received permission to open a deposit bank with Turkish lira funding in exchange for $300 million.
BRIEF-Bank of China announces completion of transfer in respect of entire issued share capital of BOC (Thai)
* Completion of transfer in respect of the entire issued share capital of Bank of China (Thai) Public Company Limited
SHANGHAI Bank of China, one of the country's "Big Four" state banks, has begun to sharply limit corporate customers' ability to purchase foreign currency in Shanghai, in what sources said on Friday was a bid to help stem capital outflows and ease depreciation pressure on the yuan.
* Says Dezhou Branch of Bank of China filed lawsuit against the co and other four firms regarding the loan dispute