Hong Nin Savings Bank (Traditional Chinese: 康年儲蓄銀行) was a bank in Hong Kong, founded in 1921.

Hong Nin Savings Bank
Hong Nin Savings Bank
Traditional Chinese康年儲蓄銀行

In 1986, the bank had four branches and deposits of about HK$300m (US$38m). The bank was taken over by the colonial Government of Hong Kong, in 1986, due to defaults on several loans related to shipping and dwindling deposits.[1]

In 1987, Hong Nin was acquired by First Pacific and renamed it to First Pacific Bank.[2][3][4]


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