U.S. Consulate joins Eagle Pathways in meeting with Bank of China, China Citic Bank, China Postal Savings Bank.

Dirk Thomas meets with U.S. Consulate and multiple banks to discuss cooperation.

(Shenzhen) September 8, 2016-  Dirk Thomas, Chairman of Eagle Pathways Group, IBM Vice President of Corporate Development (retired) and former Stanford University admissions interviewer was invited to meet with senior executives from the Bank of China, China Citic Bank, and the China Postal Savings Bank to speak about potential cooperation in Guangzhou. The U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou, sent executives from the U.S. Commercial Service, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce and a partner of Eagle Pathways, to join with Eagle Pathways at this meeting.

Mr. Thomas presented a report titled ‘Beyond grades and SAT/TOEFL test results for University Admissions in the United States’ and discussed cooperation between Eagle Pathways and leading Chinese banks to bring greater value and services to each banks’ clients who are considering sending children to study in the U.S.

Mr. Thomas commented “I am optimistic about the value that Eagle Pathways has to offer clients seeking a U.S. university education and about the leadership of great financial institutions such as the Bank of China, China Citic Bank, the China Postal Savings Bank can offer to their customers.” He also expressed gratitude to the U.S. Consulate of Guangzhou’s U.S. Commercial Service for arranging the introduction.  “I am impressed with the level and scope of their operations in South China and I am very pleased to partner with them.” He elaborated that “Their dedication to increasing communication and connections between Chinese people and U.S. companies and education institutions creates an atmosphere of cooperation and interconnectivity, which leads to mutual benefit.”

For more information on the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou and to learn how you can get involved in their community, visit their website at: guangzhou.usembassy-china.org.cn/