We're the bridge between the East and the West that gives people the confidence to reach further.
East West Bank (NASDAQ: EWBC) is the largest independent bank headquartered in Southern California.
We have over $60 billion in assets and are the top 30 public bank by assets. As the premier financial bridge between the United States and Greater China, East West Bank is committed to helping cross-border clients reach further.
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40 Years Later...
40 Years Later...
East West Bank’s branch network has expanded across the U.S. and the Pacific. We have branches in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Houston, Dallas, New York, Boston and Atlanta. In Greater China, we have full service branches in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Shantou and Hong Kong; and representative offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Chongqing and Xiamen.
For more than 40 years, our financial bridge has extended and strengthened. Our unique cross-border infrastructure, deep understanding of U.S.-China markets, vast resources and connections have helped many Chinese companies expand to the U.S. Our seasoned bankers have the experience and expertise in cross-border high growth sectors, including high-tech and biotech, media and entertainment, clean energy, real estate that have helped many clients seize new opportunities and achieve their business goals.
Greater China Milestones
East West Bank established its first representative office in Beijing in 2003. For the past 15 years, our presence in Greater China has expanded through organic growth and acquisitions. Our deep knowledge of Greater China and our U.S. operations enable us to provide cross-border clients with a wide range of financial services, as well as beyond banking services.
East West Bank China was named Best "Best Bank for Technology & Innovation Businesses" by YiCai
East West Bank China received "Innovative Financial Data Solutions Award" from Treasury Managment International
Added branches in Shanghai Free Trade Zone, Shenzhen; added representative offices in Xiamen, Chongqing
Acquired banking license in mainland China — added branches in Shanghai, Shantou; representative offices in Guangzhou
Opened first full-service branch in Hong Kong
Opened first representative office in Beijing
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