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China-based "Five-Star" and Above Discounts Available in London

 

ICBC (London) plc would like to announce that customer discounts for China-based "Five-Star" or above Customers are available at ICBC (London) plc.

The type of discounts available are dependent on whether the account holder opened their account in China or in the United Kingdom.

1. Available Discounts
The types of discounts that are available includes Remittance Discount, Improved Foreign Exchange Rate, and Concessions for purchasing products that are consigned to ICBC.

This is available to those customers listed as 'Five Star', or above.

2. Discounts for Five-Star Customers
Five Star Customers can enjoy the following privileges:

  • Over the Counter Remittance: 10% off standard Remittance Charges.
  • Remittance over interent Banking: 30% off standard Remittance Charges.*
  • Foreign exhcange: Extra 30 base-point above the Standard Rate.
  • Purchase of ICBC cosigned Products: 2% off quoted price.

3. Discounts for Six- to Seven-Star Customers
Six and Seven Star Customers can enjoy the following privileges:

  • Over the Counter Remittance: 20% off standard Remittance Charges.
  • Remittance over interent Banking: 40% off standard Remittance Charges.*
  • Foreign exhcange: Extra 50 base-point above the Standard Rate.
  • Purchase of ICBC cosigned Products: 5% off quoted price.


*Only applies to account holder that opened their account in the United Kingdom, with the branches' approval.


ICBC (London) plc reserves the right to change any services, rates, service types available, and competitive measures are based upon our latest quoted rate.


4. Further Information
For further information about these services, please contact us:

Customer helpdesk: 020-7397-8884

Monday to Friday 9:30 to 16:00

(Exclude Bank Holidays)


Our Branch Opening Hours are:

Monday to Friday 9:30 to 16:00

(Exclude Bank Holidays)




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