Hong Kong Deposit Protection Board - An independent statutory body maintaining a deposit protection scheme in Hong Kong. Outlines the key features of the scheme, and provides information for depositors and scheme members, and a list of scheme members.
Chong Hing Bank - Offers a wide range of retail and wholesale financial banking products including HKD and foreign currency, mortgages, mandatory provident fund service, and trade finance as well as Internet banking.
Hang Seng Bank - The second-largest bank in Hong Kong, HSB is majority (62%) owned by the HSBC Group.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority - Hong Kong's quasi-central bank (currency board) and banking supervisor. The HKMA is the government authority in Hong Kong responsible for maintaining monetary and banking stability.
HSBC Holdings - Formerly the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, HSBC is now headquartered in London, but still controls the two largest banks in Hong Kong - Hongkong Bank and Hang Seng Bank - as well as Midland Bank PLC in the UK and Marine Midland and Republic Banks in the U.S.
Shanghai Commercial Bank - Provides retail and commercial banking services, including deposits, loans, remittances, foreign exchange, credit cards, securities trading and trade finance.