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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC), formerly known as Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, was established on January 1st, 1984. On October 28th, 2005, ICBC has been restructured as a limited company. On October 27th, 2006, it was listed on both the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK).

Through its continuous endeavor and stable development, the Bank has developed into the top of largest listed banks in the world. As of the end of June 2023, the Bank had a total of 16,411 institutions, including 15,996 domestic institutions and 415 overseas institutions in 49 countries and regions, and indirectly covered 20 African countries through shareholding in Standard Bank Group, and established business relationship with 1,443 overseas banks in 143 countries and regions. The service network of the Bank covers six continents and major international financial centers in the world. The Bank regards service as the very foundation to seek further development and adheres to creating value through services while providing a comprehensive range of financial products and services to over 11 million corporate customers and 729 million personal customers.

ICBC established a presence in the Netherlands via its wholly-owned subsidiary bank in Luxembourg, ICBC (Europe) S.A. Upon approval by Dutch Central Bank, ICBC (Europe) S.A. obtained its banking license in September 2010, marking that ICBC, the largest commercial bank in China, entered the Netherlands formally and became the largest Chinese bank in this country.

ICBC (Europe) S.A. Amsterdam Branch provides comprehensive and professional financial services to corporate and institutional customers and serves as a bridge between the economy and trade of China and the Netherlands based on sustained friendly relations between these two countries.

ICBC (Europe) S.A. Amsterdam Branch was officially open to public on 20 January 2011. Leveraging on the leading market position, quality customer base, diversified business structure, robust innovative capability and excellent brand value of ICBC, ICBC (Europe) S.A. Amsterdam Branch can satisfy financial requirements of customers in such aspects as account opening, deposits, settlement, cross-border remittance, syndicated, project and M&A loans, trade finance, cash management, financial market business and financial institutions business. Therefore, it is the best choice for Chinese enterprises willing to expand their businesses into the Netherlands and for Dutch enterprises with investments in and trade with China.

ICBC (Europe) S.A. Amsterdam Branch is located at Museumplein, which is a renowned square in Amsterdam. It is close to such wellknown attractions as the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Concertgebouw.

ICBC (Europe) S.A. Rotterdam Branch is situated in the heart of Rotterdam. It is located close to Rotterdam Central Station and the Port of Rotterdam,the largest port of Europe. Rotterdam Branch is currently providing diversified financial services to corporate and institutional customers in the southern part of the Netherlands.