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United Overseas Bank Limited (frequently known as UOB) is a Singaporean international banking organisation headquartered in Singapore on August 6, 1935, entrepreneur Wee Kheng Chiang, together with six other friends, developed the bank after raising S$ 1 million. The bank was called United Chinese Bank (UCB) to stress its links to the Chinese population in Singapore. On October 1935, UCB opened for business in the 3 story Bonham Building. In 1965, the bank was relabelled to United Overseas Bank and opened its first overseas branch in Hong Kong.