DBS Bank (previously known as The Development Bank of Singapore Limited) is a bank in Singapore, established by the Government in June 1968.
Major Singaporean banks
UOB Singapore (United Overseas Bank Limited) is a bank headquartered in Singapore with operations mainly in South-East Asian countries.
Citibank Singapore is a part of the US-based global financial group Citigroup, the first American bank branch in Singapore.
Maybank Singapore is a fully licensed commercial bank, branch of largest Malaysian bank – Maybank.
It is active in Singapore since December 1960 and today provides highly-personalised services using locally-oriented approach through a distribution network of 22 branches and more than 35 ATMs.
Standard Chartered Singapore is a subsidiary of the international financial group headquartered in London, UK.
The bank started operations in the country back in 1859 and now has a network of 19 branches, 7 Priority Banking centres and 31 ATMs.
SBI Singapore is a subsidiary of the State Bank of India, the largest commercial bank in India in terms of assets, deposits, profits, branches, customers and employees.
The Singapore branch of Bangkok bank provides full commercial banking services in this one of the leading financial centres of Asia Pacific region.
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The HSBC bank in Singapore was established in 1877 and currently serves customers through its eleven traditional branches as well as over the internet.
Expatriates and travelers require banking and credit card services abroad, and HSBC Singapore has several options for credit card and bank account services.
Citibank in Singapore offers different kinds of credit cards that can be applied both by residents as well as by expats or travelers who can provide their proof of income and other necessary documents as required by the bank.
Banking in Singapore is poised to make major milestones. However it is important to put in mind that public holidays in Singapore do affect banking because most banks and other financial institutions close during such periods hence meaning that they do not offer services to customers.