Symposium between BOC Shenzhen GM Yao Huaming, Dr. Chen Hongtian and other Shenzhen & Hong Kong business leaders

On March 26, 2019, Dr. Chen Hongtian, a CPPCC National Committee member, a Justice of the Peace appointed by the Hong Kong SAR, and Chairman of the Cheung Kei Group, had met with delegates from Bank of China (BOC) with fellow business leaders from Shenzhen and Hong Kong, for a symposium on the relationship between banking institutions and corporations. The symposium was held at Harmony Building, with Yao Huaming, General Manager of Bank of China's Shenzhen Branch; Ding Fujun and Chen Weixing, Deputy General Managersof Bank of China's Shenzhen Branch among the guests in attendance.

Group photograph of GM Yao Huaming, Dr. Chen Hongtian, along with other Shenzhen and Hong Kong business leaders

Dr. Chen Hongtian extended his warm welcome to GM Yao Huaming and other visitors in attendance, and gave an overview to the participation of the 22 Shenzhen and Hong Kong business leaders – all members of the CPPCC National Committee – during the recent NPC& CPPCC Annual Sessions. He concluded that the favorable policy measures devised by the government are a boost of confidence for the business sector. Bank of China has established and maintained a great working relationship with the corporations helmed by the Shenzhen and Hong Kong business leaders in attendance, and the group anticipates that the bank will continue supporting their business development, as they continue to collaborate on opportunities for development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

GM Yao Huaming was in agreement with Dr. Chen, and he believed that the Shenzhen and Hong Kong business leaders in attendance were the trailblazers and pioneers of their respective industries and fields, and have all contributed immensely to the economic development of Shenzhen. Bank of China has worked closely with the corporations owned by these business leaders in the past, and the Shenzhen Branch of the bank will continue in its unwavering support for the development of these corporations in the future. As the real economy prospers and progresses, Bank of China will continue to support these businesses development in and contributions to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater BayArea.