Banks Singapore

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DBS Bank  
DBS is the largest bank in Singapore as measured by assets, and a leading bank in Hong Kong, with leading positions in corporate, SME and consumer banking, treasury & markets, wealth management, securities brokerage, equity and debt fund raising. With one of the highest credit ratings in the region, DBS is ready to serve customers in 15 markets as a bank that specialises in Asia.

Standard Chartered Bank Singapore  
Standard Chartered first opened for business in Singapore in 1859 and today operates the largest branch network (20) among international banks in the Republic. The Group is also unique among the foreign banks in running all its global businesses -- including much of the Group's product development and training activities -- from Singapore.

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation  
The Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited abbreviated as OCBC Bank is a conservative publicly listed financial services organisation with its head office in Singapore. The bank had since grown beyond Singapore to serve business and retail customers mainly in the East Asian market.

United Overseas Bank  
United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) has charted steady growth over the years to establish itself as a leading bank in Singapore. In this section, we share with you more about our business activities, objectives and strategies as well as the team at the helm of our organisation.

ABN AMRO Singapore  
Established in 1858, ABN AMRO is the oldest bank in Singapore and was awarded the Qualifying Full Bank (QFB) licence by the Monetary Authority of Singapore in 1999. Since then, it has opened five Van Gogh Preferred Banking Centres and has also launched an Unsecured Loans and Credit Card business which includes two premium credit cards - the ABN AMRO Platinum Card and the ABN AMRO Van Gogh Platinum Card for our Van Gogh Preferred Banking clients. In addition, the bank has increased the number of ATMs to 15 prime locations and joined atm5 network, providing access to more than 140 ATMs across the island.

AFC Merchant Bank  
ESTABLISHED IN SINGAPORE in 1981, AFC Merchant Bank (incorporated as Asean Finance Corporation Limited), is the first truly Asean joint venture by the banking community in Asean. A regional merchant bank wih ACU licence, AFC Merchant Bank has an authorised share capital of S$200 million and paid-up capital of S$100 million. The shareholders are leading banks and financial institutions from the five original members of Asean.

Bank of India - Singapore  
Over five Decades of expertise in Trade Finance, Loans and Syndications, Forex Covers, Options, Placement of Deposits in major currencies, Remittances and a host of other Banking Products.

In Singapore, Maybank has the most extensive network of branches and ATMs amongst the foreign banks.

Union Européenne de CIC  
CIC set up its Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore in 1984. As of Y2007, it has been 23 successful years of its operations and we look ahead for more such years to come by.


Citibank Singapore  
Citibank Singapore Limited is a division of Citibank N. A. of the United States and incorporated in Singapore on 28 June 2004.

The Bank of East Asia, Singapore Branch  
The Singapore Branch of The Bank of East Asia ("BEA") opened for business in 1952. The Branch is a full licenced bank with Asian Currency Unit (“ACU”) operation. BEA’s Singapore Branch has grown steadily over the years from providing a vital link between business enterprises in Hong Kong and Singapore to serving a wider customer base covering the ASEAN region.

ICICI Bank Singapore  
The Singapore Branch is the first overseas branch of ICICI Bank. The Monetary Authority of Singapore granted ICICI Bank a license to transact banking business in Singapore with effect from August 1, 2003.