HKD definition

HKD means Hong Kong dollars.
HKD means Hong Kong Dollars, the lawful currency of Hong Kong;
HKD means Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency of Hong Kong.

Examples of HKD in a sentence

  • Any claim for Eligible Expenses made by the Insured Person in any foreign currency shall be converted to HKD at the opening indicative counter exchange selling rate published by The Hong Kong Association of Banks in respect of that foreign currency for the date on which the actual Eligible Expenses are settled by the Policy Holder or the Insured Person.

  • Any claim for Eligible Expenses made by the Insured Person in any foreign currency shall be converted to HKD at the opening indicative counter exchange selling rate published by The Hong Kong Association of Banks in respect of that foreign currency for the date on which the claim is settled by the Company.

  • We are instructing BNY Mellon to price FX transactions involving the currency pairs as specified below (please select one of the following): For FX transactions involving two Developed Market currencies: Developed Market currencies mean each of the following (ISO Codes): AUD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, NOK, NZD, PLN, XXX, SEK, SGD, TRY, USD , ZAR.

  • Should the value exceed USD 200 or HKD 1,600, it should be returned to the donor, passed to the Human Resources or donates to the charity.

  • Under no circumstances, the value of the entertainment should exceed USD 400 or HKD 3,100 per individual per event.


More Definitions of HKD

HKD means the lawful currency of Hong Kong.
HKD means Hong Kong Dollar, the lawful currency of Hong Kong.
HKD means Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency for the time being and from time to time of Hong Kong.
HKD means Hong Kong dollars;
HKD means the legal currency of Hong Kong;
HKD means Hong Kong dollar.