Nanyang Commercial Bank
Nanyang Commercial Bank (NCB, Chinese: 南洋商業銀行) is a bank based in Hong Kong and a wholly owned subsidiary of China Cinda Asset Management (Cinda), with 43 branches. NCB primarily focuses on corporate customers, in particular trading companies.
In 2015 Cinda acquired Nanyang Commercial Bank from Bank of China (Hong Kong) for HK$68 billion. Cinda had purchased NCB to diversify its business in areas of cross-border finance.
It was reported in December 2018 that Nanyang Commercial Bank was one of the shareholders of a new fintech firm Nova Credit, which had entered bid to a new Know Your Client utility platform to be implemented for banks in Hong Kong and greater bay China region. 
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