Exchange for Dog and Pig zodiac banknotes starting from Aug 27, 2018

The online registration process for the exchange of the Dog and Pig Zodiac Banknotes for the two Issuing Banks has already been completed successfully. Starting from August 27, all participating banks will conduct the exchange of the mentioned zodiac banknotes with registrants. After consolidating the registration data, it is confirmed that each registered Macao resident can proceed with the exchange for 40 pieces of Dog and 40 pieces of Pig Banknotes of each Issuing Bank, namely 80 pieces of Dog and Pig Banknotes respectively from each of the two Issuing Banks, thus totaling the exchange for 160 notes.

As scheduled, the exchange period is between 27 August 2018 (Monday) and 9 November 2018 (Friday). All registrants should strictly adhere to the originally selected schedule, and bring along their valid ID card and proceed in person to exchange for the notes at the selected location during business hours. Alternatively, they can elect to have the notes exchanged by authorized representatives on the selected date and location, while the latter will need to bring along their original ID card and submit the following documents:

  1. Authorization form [downloaded from AMCM’s website] signed by the registrant;
  2. Registrant’s photocopy of ID card bearing his / her signature;
  3. Representative’s photocopy of ID card bearing his / her signature.

The exchange for the zodiac banknotes of the two Issuing Banks is required to be conducted in one go, with no provision for separate exchange for only one type of note. For enquiries, please browse the webpage of AMCM ( or call our hotline at Tel: 2856 5071 / 2856 5072.

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