Volkswagen Financial Holdings Limited (formerly known as the "Japan Credit guarantee Group") ("Volkswagen Finance" or the "Company") is an investment holding and property holding company incorporated in Bermuda on 16 August 1991 under the companies Law of Bermuda 1981, its shares are listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited ("Stock Exchange of Hong Kong") (stock code: 626).
Volkswagen Finance is a subsidiary of Volkswagen Bank, which holds a 73.2% stake, and its shares are listed on the Malaysian Exchange.
The main subsidiaries of Volkswagen Finance are Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) Limited ("Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong)"), Volkswagen Finance Limited ("Volkswagen Finance") and WINTON (B.V.I.) LIMITED ("American Express Thai").
Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) is a commercial bank registered under the Banking Ordinance of the Hong Kong Special Administrative region, formerly known as Asia Commercial Bank Limited, established in 1934 and acquired by the Company in May 2006. In June of the same year, it was officially renamed Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) Limited. Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) currently has 32 branches in Hong Kong, three branches in Shenzhen and representative offices in Shanghai and Shenyang. Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) has been committed to providing quality services to customers in Hong Kong and Greater China over the past 70 years. It is a financial institution providing a full range of commercial and retail banking services.
Volkswagen Finance (formerly known as "Japan Credit guarantee Finance Co., Ltd.") was incorporated in Hong Kong on October 20, 1977 and registered as a deposit-taking company under the Banking Ordinance on January 31, 1978. It was acquired by Volkswagen Bank in 1990 and became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company when it was listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong in 1991. In January 2006, Japan Credit guarantee Finance Co., Ltd. officially changed its name to Volkswagen Finance Co., Ltd. On 17 October 2008, Volkswagen Finance became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Bank (Hong Kong) as part of the group's internal restructuring. Volkswagen Finance is mainly engaged in taking deposits, personal and commercial loans, mortgage loans, leasing investment properties and providing financing to taxi buyers. Volkswagen Finance has actively expanded its market share and market leadership, and has established a comprehensive branch network. At present, there are 42 branches, making it the deposit-taking company with the largest number of branches in Hong Kong.
Established in the British Virgin Islands under International Business Companies Ordinance (No. 8 of 1984), American Express Pacific and its subsidiaries (the "American Express Group") are mainly engaged in the provision of financing, private and short-term loans to buyers of licensed public vehicles (such as taxis and public light buses), taxi vehicle and taxi licence trading and taxi leasing. At present, there are nine branches in Hong Kong.
With about 1400 employees, Volkswagen Finance and its subsidiaries (the "Group") will do their best to provide services to you.
CEO： Hongbiao laiyun Zheng
Market： Hong Kong motherboard
Listing Date： 10/03/1991