September 20, 2012

Bank of China ( Canada) selects MasterCard to expand personal banking and card services

TORONTO-- Bank of China (Canada) and MasterCard Canada have announced a new agreement that will see the Bank of China (Canada) offer its first credit card in Canada as it expands its personal banking and card services.

"Extending our product line-up is an important milestone in building our personal banking service offering," said Heng Wang, Senior Vice President Bank of China ( Canada), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of China Limited. "We take enormous pride in working with companies that share our values and respect for our customers, and we look forward to a hugely successful relationship with MasterCard and other business partners."

The new Bank of China (Canada) MasterCard credit card will complement the bank's other personal banking services, including chequing and savings accounts, personal lines of credit, and mortgage services. In providing personal banking services, the Bank of China ( Canada)'s customer service representatives effectively communicate with its customers in multiple languages and dialects, such as in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

"This partnership with the Bank of China ( Canada) is a great example of working with our customers to deliver flexible credit card solutions that will meet unique customer needs," said Betty DeVita, President, MasterCard Canada. "Together, MasterCard and its customers continue to bring MasterCard's safe, simple and smart payment technologies to diverse consumers and businesses."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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