Hang Seng expands remote account opening service to HK companies with mainland shareholders
The e-Sign service can also now be used to provide signatures for loan documents.
Hang Seng Bank is now offering commercial banking e-Sign Service for mainland customers, becoming the first bank in Hong Kong to offer this service.
It is also expanding the scope of its business banking remote account opening service to Hong Kong companies with mainland shareholders, Hang Seng Bank said in a press release.
With this, Hang Seng Bank’s remote account opening service is now available for sole proprietorships, partnerships and limited companies established in Hong Kong with a maximum of 10 connected parties (including shareholders, directors and authorised signatories) who are holders of a Hong Kong Identity Card or a Mainland Identity Card.
In addition, the e-Sign service can also be used to provide signatures for loan documents.
Donald Lam, Head of Commercial Banking at Hang Seng, said: “The expansion of our Remote Account Opening and e-Sign services are the latest examples of our initiatives to make banking – and business – easier for customers,” said Donald Lam, head of commercial banking at Hang Seng Bank.
Lam added that the bank is dedicated to expanding its digital solutions, and is working closely with companies in the GBA to accelerate their business growth in this economically dynamic region.