June 22, 2018 11:41 AM ET

Consumer Finance

Company Overview of BOC Credit Card (International) Ltd.

Company Overview

BOC Credit Card (International) Ltd. manages and issues credit cards for Bank of China (Hong Kong) and its subsidiaries. The company offers platinum, gold, classic, business, corporate, purchasing, co-brand, u-point, intown virtual, and BOC express cash and credit cards. It also offers BOC Great Wall International and Great Wall RMB credit cards. The company was founded in 1980 and is based in Hong Kong. The company was sold by Bank of China. BOC Credit Card (International) Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited.

BOC Credit Card Centre

20th Floor

68 Connaught Road West

Hong Kong,  

Hong Kong

Founded in 1980


852 2853 8888


852 2541 5415

Key Executives for BOC Credit Card (International) Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Age: 64
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

BOC Credit Card (International) Ltd. Key Developments

Tai Fung Bank, CTM, and Boc Credit Card (International) Limited Launch First Co-Branded Visa Signature Credit Card Tai Fung CTM Visa Signature Credit Card

Tai Fung Bank, CTM, and BOC Credit Card (International) Limited have jointly launched Macau's first Co-branded Visa Signature Credit Card Tai Fung CTM Visa Signature Credit Card, precisely for the CTM customers who are in pursuit of quality lifestyle and distinguished service experience. Successfully registered customers could enjoy an array of CTM's exclusive telecommunications services privileges, in addition to that, the customers are eligible to enjoy flexible financial services, diversified shopping experiences, and day-and-night dedicated concierge services, fully embodies the distinguished customers superior status. Besides the privileges of permanent annual fee waiver, bonus point program and mileage point program, etc, Tai Fung CTM Visa Signature Credit Card holders will be entitled to enjoy a series of flexible financial services and CTM exclusive offers, including Tai Fung 0.168% Flat Commission Fee Promotion on Stocks Trading, as low as 30% discount on the selected products in CTM Shops, etc. Other than that, from now on until December 31, 2017, Tai Fung CTM Visa Signature Credit Cardholder could enjoy up to 6 times of bonus points for spending in local dining, hotels and overseas spending, in addition, to enjoy unlimited free access to Priority PassTM Airport Lounges worldwide and designated Plaza Premium Lounges, experiencing the elite and deluxe services during the journey around the world.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

Private Placement
April 16, 2018
Bank of China Consumer Finance Company Limited

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