About Us

China Construction Bank (New Zealand) Limited

China construction Bank (New Zealand) Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank registered in New Zealand in July 2014, with an original registered capital of US $50 million. In July 2016, the Bank increased the capital of CCB New Zealand in NZD with an equivalent value of US $100 million. The registered capital of CCB New Zealand was approximately NZD $199 million after the capital increase.

CCB New Zealand has the wholesale and retail business licence to offer all-round and high-quality financial services, including corporate loans, trade finance, RMB clearing and treasury transactions to Chinese “Going Global” enterprises as well as local customers in New Zealand. Meanwhile, CCB New Zealand provides residential mortgages to personal customers and satisfies financial demands of high-net worth personal customers.

China Construction Bank Corporation New Zealand Branch

China Construction Bank Corporation, established in October 1954 and headquartered in Beijing, is a leading commercial bank in China with a world-renowned reputation. CCB was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in October 2005 (stock code: 939) and listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in September 2007 (stock code: 601939).

With around 15,000 branches and sub-branches in Mainland China, CCB provides services to 3 million corporate customers and around 300 million personal customers and maintains close cooperative relationships with a significant number of high-end customers and leading enterprises of strategic industries in the Chinese economy. CCB maintains overseas branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, London, New York, Ho Chi Minh City, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Dubai, Taipei, Luxembourg, Macao, Toronto, Zurich, Chile and New Zealand.

China Construction Bank Corporation was registered by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand as a registered bank in New Zealand on the 21st December 2017.