The Bank of China was formally established on February 5, 1912。 It established a branch in Hong Kong in 1917 and became a Hong Kong dollar note-issuing bank in 1994。
In June 2006, the Bank of China was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange。 After a hundred years of change, it has always adhered to the spirit of pursuing excellence and developed into the most internationalized commercial bank in China。 It is also the only bank in China that has continued to operate for 100 years。
The Hong Kong dollar commemorative note for the 100th anniversary of the Bank of China is HK$ 100, which is mainly red with auspicious, festive and warm colors.
The 100th anniversary of the Bank of China Hong Kong dollar commemorative banknotes are dominated by the continuous Great Wall of China and the magnificent Beijing Bank of China Dashan, demonstrating that the long-established Bank of China is robust and excellent; The main scene on the back is the style of Hong Kong's international financial center and the famous landmark Bank of China Building. It shows the international brand image of the Bank of China and contributes to the long-term prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong dollar commemorative banknotes of the 100th anniversary of the Bank of China have simple patterns, soft colors, and exquisite carvings.
The color and size of the Hong Kong dollar commemorative banknotes of the 100th anniversary of the Bank of China are the same as those of the 2010 series of HK$ 100. It retains its main azimuth features and uses a novel dynamic circular security line like the open window security line. The banknotes can be seen as the emblem of the Bank of China. pattern movement.
The 100th anniversary Hong Kong dollar commemorative banknotes of the Bank of China are the legal currency of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, but they are not used as ordinary banknotes. They are all bound and sold at a price higher than their face value. After deducting the par value and related costs(including design, sound quality, binding, sales, etc.), its sales revenue will be donated to the Bank of China Charity Fund and other charity organizations in Hong Kong. This shows that the Bank of China(Hong Kong) is committed to fulfilling corporate social responsibility and making the century-old industry more memorable.
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