Citi has been in Singapore since 1902 and is deeply embedded in Singapore’s financial services sector. Represented in nearly every asset class, Citi Singapore is one of the largest banking employers in Singapore.
Explore Standard Chartered Singapore banking solutions, such as credit cards, loans, deposits, mortgages, investments and insurance for you or your business.
Chung Khiaw Bank Limited was a Singapore bank that was established by millionaire Aw Boon Haw and later became a subsidiary of United Overseas Bank after takeovers in 1971–72. Part of the shares of Chung Khiaw Bank was injected to a listed company Haw Par Brothers International in 1969 and was acquired by a domestic competitor United Overseas Bank (UOB) in 1971, after the parent company was takeover by Slater Walker. Chung Khiaw Bank merged with UOB in 1999.
The OCBC Bank group offers a comprehensive range of financial services including personal and corporate banking, insurance and asset management.
Blk 89 Bedok North Street 4, #01-77/79, Singapore 460089
DBS is a leading financial services group in Asia. We are headquartered in Singapore, with a growing presence in Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. As a bank born and bred in Asia, we are well-positioned as your partner to capture opportunities across the region.
450, Clementi Avenue 3, #01-293/295, Singapore 120450
Post Office Savings Bank Of Singapore offers consumer banking services. The company was founded in 1877 and is based in Singapore.
Barclays Investment Bank provides large corporate, government and institutional clients with a full spectrum of strategic advisory, financing and risk management solutions.
1 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048583
United Overseas Bank (“UOB”) was incorporated on 6 August 1935 as the United Chinese Bank. Founded by Datuk Wee Kheng Chiang, the Bank catered mainly to the Fujian community in its early years. The change of name was effected in 1965. Over the years, UOB has grown from strength to strength. Through a series of acquisitions, it is now a leading bank in Asia. Besides Far Eastern Bank in Singapore, UOB’s major banking subsidiaries in the region are United Overseas Bank (Malaysia), United Overseas Bank (Thai), PT Bank UOB Indonesia and United Overseas Bank (China). Today, the UOB Group has a network of over 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Western Europe and North America.
UOB is committed to building lasting relationships with our customers, through product and market expertise, and our promise to always do what is right. With a well-established global presence today and particularly in Asia, UOB has understanding of Asian markets, corporate culture and business mindsets, which is matched by few. Our strong foothold in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and China is well-placed to create greater access and growth in this region, for our customers.
Established on 15 June 1936, Bank of China Singapore Branch holds the Qualifying Full Bank License (QFB) in Singapore, the main businesses include corporate banking, retail banking, trade financing and international trade settlement.
Bank of Singapore is a Singapore-based private banking arm of OCBC Bank. Formerly known as ING Asia Private Bank, it was acquired by OCBC in 2009 from ING Group for US$1.46 billion. As at 31 December 2016, Bank of Singapore’s assets under management (AUM) was US$95 billion. Its core markets include Southeast Asia, Greater China and the Middle East, namely the Gulf Cooperation Countries. Bank of Singapore is rated Aa1 by Moody’s.
The OCBC Bank group comprises a family of companies owned by Singapore’s longest established local bank.