Personal Loans Eunos

7 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3 #01-08/09/10/11/12 Kaki Bukit Recreation Centre Singapore 415814

Founded on January 1, 1877 as the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB), the bank became part of the Postal Services Department in the Straits Settlements and was established by the colonial federal government to supply banking services for lower-income citizens.Headquartered in the General Post Office Building, in Raffles Location, the bank was under the jurisdiction of the Postmaster-General, with bank policies managed by a group of trustees designated by the Guv of the Straits Settlement. From 1877 to 1940, the bank had a constant development of accounts opened increasing from 211 to 57,000 while total deposits increased from 19,862 to 14.3 million Straits dollars throughout the very same duration.

30 Eunos Crescent #01-01 Eunos MRT Station Singapore 409423

Based on January 1, 1877 as the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB), the bank became part of the Postal Services Department in the Straits Settlements and was established by the colonial federal government to offer banking services for lower-income citizens.Headquartered in the General Post Office Structure, in Raffles Location, the bank was under the jurisdiction of the Postmaster-General, with bank policies managed by a group of trustees designated by the Governor of the Straits Settlement. From 1877 to 1940, the bank had a constant growth of accounts opened increasing from 211 to 57,000 while overall deposits increased from 19,862 to 14.3 million Straits dollars throughout the same period.

Blk 301 Ubi Avenue 1 #01-257 Singapore 400301

Founded on January 1, 1877 as the Post Workplace Cost savings Bank (POSB), the bank was part of the Postal Provider Department in the Straits Settlements and was set up by the colonial federal government to provide banking services for lower-income citizens.Following the end of World War II and the dissolvement of the Straits Settlement, the 1948 Savings Bank Regulation came into effect and in 1949, POSB was separated from the other post office savings banks in Malaya, with the bank’s liabilities and properties split between Singapore and the Federated Malay States. After the separation from 1949 to 1955, overall deposits of the bank increased from M$ 27.4 million to M$ 57.6 million and in 1951, the bank had its 100,000 th depositor.

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