BNU celebrates 115th Anniversary

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Mr. Chui Sai On (C) and distinguished guests during BNU 115th Anniversary cocktail yesterday. Source: BNU

The financial institution held yesterday its 115th Anniversary Cocktail at the Grand Ballroom in JW Marriott Macau with hundreds of Macau’s community and business leaders
The celebration was officiated by Mr. Chui Sai On, Chief Executive of Macao S.A.R., Mr. Ho Iat Seng, President of the Legislative Council, Mr. Leong Vai Tac, Secretary for Economy and Finance, Mr. Liu Bin, Director-General of the Economic Affairs Department of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government, Mr. Zhang Jian, Head of International Organizations and Legal Affairs Department, Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China in the MSAR., Mr. Vítor Sereno, Consul General of Portugal in Macau and Hong Kong, Mr. Vong Lap Fong, Executive Director of the Administrative Committee of the Monetary Authority of Macau, Mr. Paulo Macedo, Chief Executive Officer of Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD), Mr. José João Guilherme, Executive Board Member of CGD, Mr. Jorge Neto Valente, Chairman of the Board of the General Meeting of BNU and Mr. Pedro Cardoso, Chief Executive Officer of Banco Nacional Ultramarino.
Mr. Paulo Macedo delivered the welcome speech and expressed his gratitude to all BNU partners for their continued support and also recognized and praised all clients for their long-term trust. He introduced BNU’s parent company CGD, the leading bank in Portugal, is present in seven Portuguese Speaking Countries with a leadership position in five. With the Portuguese background inherited from CGD, he highlighted BNU holds a tight connection with Portuguese speaking countries via CGD’s extensive banking network. Therefore BNU is ideally placed to promote bilateral trade and investment between China and PSCs in line with the “Belt and Road Initiative”.
In the congratulatory address delivered by Mr. Vong Lap Fong, he highly valued and appreciated the continued efforts and significant contributions of BNU over the past 115 years to the Macau society.