Deposit Rate Enquiry

e-Channel Time Deposit Offer
Enjoy Preferential Interest Rates
with New or Existing Funds

During the Promotion Period, CCB (Asia) customers who successfully set up a new eligible time deposit via the Bank’s Mobile Banking, Online Banking or Smart Teller Machines at designated branches, regardless of the deposit being for new or existing funds, can enjoy Preferential Interest Rates!

Terms & Conditions apply.




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    Note:

    (1) The above deposit interest rates are for reference only.
    (2) For savings account / time deposit, interest is calculated on the following year basis: Hong Kong Dollar, Pound Sterling and Singapore Dollar – 365 days (including leap year). For other currencies - 360 days.

    Risk Disclosure
    RMB Currency Risk
    RMB is currently not freely convertible and is subject to exchange controls and restrictions (which are subject to changes from time to time without notice). You should consider and understand the possible impact on your liquidity of RMB funds in advance. The fluctuation in the exchange rate of RMB may result in losses in the event that you convert RMB into other currencies. Onshore RMB and offshore RMB are traded in different and separate markets operating under different regulations and independent liquidity pool with different exchange rates. Their exchange rate movements may deviate significantly from each other.

    Currency switching
    Currency exchange rates are affected by a wide range of factors, including, among others, national and international financial and economic conditions and political and natural events. The effect of normal market forces may at times be countered by intervention by central banks and other bodies. At times, exchange rates, and prices linked to such rates, may rise or fall rapidly.