- Branch opening is a sign of Ireland and China’s growing commercial links
- Ceremony attended by Bank of China Chairman and the Taoiseach
- Memorandum on Trade and Investment signed with IDA at opening event
Dublin - 28 June 2017:
Bank of China today announced the opening of its Dublin branch, in a sign of the growing importance of economic relations between Ireland and China. The Bank of China’s internationalisation strategy has seen it establish branches or subsidiaries in 16 countries within Europe.
The branch was officially opened at a ceremony held today in Dublin, which was attended by the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, the Tanaiste and Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD, Bank of China Chairman, Tian Guoli, and China’s Ambassador to Ireland H.E. Dr. Yue Xiaoyong.