Personal Loans Kallang

Personal Loans Kallang

12 Kallang Avenue, #01-24 Singapore 339511

DBS Bank Ltd is a multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Marina Bay, Singapore. The corporation was named The Development Bank of Singapore Limited, before the current name was adopted in July 2003 to demonstrate its evolving function as a regional bank.

The bank was put together by the Government of Singapore in July 1968 to take over the industrial financing activities from the Economic Development Board. Today, its branches numbering over 100 can be found island-wide. DBS Bank is the largest bank in South East Asia by assets and among the larger banks in Asia, with total assets of S$ 482 billion as at 31 Dec 2016. It has market-dominant positions in consumer banking, treasury and markets, asset management, securities brokerage, equity and debt fund-raising in Singapore and Hong Kong.

1 Stadium Place #01-06/07 Singapore 397628

DBS Bank Ltd is an international banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Marina Bay, Singapore. Established on 16 July 1968 by the Government of Singapore to take over the industrial financing activities from the Economic Development Board, [8] the bank’s principal purpose was to provide loans and financial aid to the manufacturing and processing industries and to assist establish and upgrade existing industries in Singapore. In 1960, the Singapore government invited a United Nations (UN) industrial survey mission to assess the economical situation in Singapore and to come up with an industrialisation programme for the city.The proposal included establishing a development bank, together with an economic body to attract foreign investments and provide financing and managing the industrial estates. The bank was incorporated in July 1968 and began operations in September of the same year

1 Stadium Place #01-66/67, Kallang Wave Singapore 397628

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited, abbreviated as OCBC Bank, is a publicly listed monetary services organisation with its head office in Singapore. The “Oversea-Chinese” usage leads lots of to believe wrongly that the bank’s name is misspelled, but this is the correct standard spelling. OCBC’s Indonesia subsidiary, Bank OCBC NISP, has 630 branches and workplaces.

OCBC’s Indonesia subsidiary, Bank OCBC NISP, has 630 workplaces and branches.

In 1932, three banks– Chinese Commercial Bank (1912), Ho Hong Bank (1917), and Oversea-Chinese Bank (1919), combined to form Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation under the leadership of Tan Ean Kiam and Lee Kong Chian. In the subsequent decades, the bank broadened its operations and became the biggest bank in South East Asia.

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