BOCI

AcronymDefinition
BOCIBank of China International
BOCIBuckner Orphan Care International
BOCIBigfoot Owners Club International (Carson City, NV)
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Benjamin Lorello, global head of Investment Banking at Jefferies LLC, said, 'Our alliance with BOCI will allow us to better serve our clients in the US, Europe and Asia by providing unparalleled access to Chinese corporates and state owned enterprises through BOCI's expansive footprint across China.
The first half of 2015 saw the LSE win regulatory approval for Hong Kong firms to become members of the London Stock Exchange, and last month BOCI Securities, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of China, became the first member of the London market from the region.
According to Tony Yang, a Hong Kong-based analyst at BOCI Research Ltd, the service business would become the major growth driver for Lenovo in the future.
BOCI Commodities & Futures Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of BOC, currently serves as a CME Clearing member.
Tokyo, July 6, 2011 - (JCN Newswire) - BOC Credit Card (International) Limited (BOCI) and JCB international subsidiary JCB International (JCBI) have agreed that BOCI starts acquiring e-commerce (EC) merchants in China.
Confirmed participants of the conference so far include investment banks and investors such as BOCI, CICC, Citigroup (NYSE:C), J.P.
Belot, George Allen Benson, Rola Berro, Sotiraq Boci, Ian Douglas Bollinger, Anthony Aaron Bombard, Jennifer L.
BP is a "very familiar name" with Chinese investors, Steve Wang, head of fixed-income research at Bank of China's BOCI Securities unit, said in a phone interview from Hong Kong.
Global Banking News-December 10, 2010--Rakuten Securities partners with HK's BOCI Securities(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
BOCI has increased the target price of Shanshui Cement (0691.HK), a Hong-Kong-based cement producing company.
The possible emergence of new ways to access mainland Chinese equity markets could drastically change the trading environment of Hong Kong, says Oliver Ng, head of financial institutions partnerships for broker Bank of China (BOCI) Securities, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of China, of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
This approach also led to the development of several climate instruments: Astin and Holland's (1961) Environmental Assessment Technique; Likert's (1967) Profile of Organizational Characteristics; Newman's (1977) Perceived Work Environment scale; Payne and Mansfield's (1978) Business Organization Climate Index (BOCI); and Patterson, Payne, and West's (1996) modified version of the BOCI.