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The Bank of East Asia Limited, often abbreviated to BEA, is a Hong Kong-based banking and financial services company, headquartered in Central, Hong Kong. It is currently the largest independent local Hong Kong bank, and one of two remaining family-run Hong Kong banks, with the other being Dah Sing Bank. It continues to be run by 3rd and 4th generation of the Li family.
It was incorporated as a publicly-listed bank in Hong Kong in 14 November 1918, and officially opened for business on 4 January 1919, by a group of local Hong Kong Chinese businessmen who “not only understood modern banking, but the needs of modern Chinese business.” Essentially, it aimed to serve local Hong Kong citizens and businesses who were currently underserved by the large British banks and small, unorganized, and often unincorporated local Hong Kong moneylenders. By the 1930s, BEA was considered the most influential local Hong Kong bank in the city.
BEA was co-founded in Hong Kong in 14 November 1918 and officially opened for business on 4 January 1919. The idea of a local Hong Kong bank to blend East and West, essentially by embracing the style of a Chinese, family-run bank but also adopting modern accounting and banking methods, came from Kan Tong-po (簡東浦). Kan had the necessary banking background, but needed the financial support of the Li brothers (Li Koon-chun (李冠春) and Li Tse-fong (李子方)) and the sociopolitical support of Sir Shouson Chow (周長齡), who would become co-founders, along with several other prominent local Hong Kong Chinese businessmen, including Fung Ping Shan (馮平山).