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[RR] Retail banks in Singapore
  • DBS Bank (previously known as The Development Bank of Singapore Limited) is a bank in Singapore, established by the Government in June 1968.

    Counter service have improved and automated machines is implemented. Banking time decreased but not so confident in their private treasures (1.5m entry).

  • 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.

    Have the best customer service.

  • 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.

    Very friendly to new business set-up

  • 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.


  • CIMB Singapore bank is a part of Malaysian financial company CIMB Group, that offered a full range of personal and commercial banking services.

    New bank and only have 2 branches. Friendly and competitive.

  • ICICI Bank Singapore limited is a subsidiary of the largest India-based bank ICICI, presented globally in 19 countries.

    Exchange rate is pretty high.

  • RHB Bank Singapore is a fully-licensed bank, part of RHB Bank Berhad, one of Malaysian largest banking groups.


  • Bank of India Singapore. Holding both Domestic and ACU licences, the Bank of India is active in Singapore since 4th June 1951. The Singaporean office is ideally located in the heart of the Central Business District for customers convenience.


  • Indian Overseas Bank Singapore. Started its activities in February 1941, the Indian Overseas Bank (IOB Singapore) is the first Indian bank presented in Singapore.


  • ANZ Singapore is one of the two designated ANZ regional hubs in Asia. Founded as a representative office of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group in 1974, it was later converted to an offshore bank in 1980, and in 2002 was upgraded to a wholesale bank.

    Friendly bank with forgiving criteria.

  • J.P. Morgan Singapore is the main hub for all South East Asian operations of leading global financial services company, operating in more than 60 countries with total assets of about USD2.3 trillion.


  • HSBC Singapore (subsidiary bank of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited) is one of the oldest banks established in Singapore, founded in December 1877.

    Service standard dropped over the years, probably due to an increase of business from HK and China.

  • Hong Leong Finance (or HLF) is a subsidiary of the Hong Leong Group, one of the biggest financial services providers in Singapore.

    Not forgiving as it is a Malaysian bank, but good for your vehicle loan.

  • BNP Paribas Singapore is the South East Asian division of the French-based international financial group, presented through its subsidiaries in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.


  • OCBC Bank (Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited) is a financial company headquartered in Singapore.Bank of Singapore is a financial institution, a subsidiary of the OCBC Bank, specialised in private banking.

    Counter service is always a problem, have a diversify of services and attractive banking rewards.

  • Islamic Bank of Asia (IB Asia) is a bank in Singapore focused on merchant banking activities including direct investment, advisory, treasury and capital markets services.

Thank you for the list, would you be doing one for the insurance industry?
Yes, you are right, let me compile a list for you

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