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Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited, abbreviated as OCBC Bank, is an openly noted financial services organisation with its head office in Singapore. In 1932, 3 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 ended up being the biggest bank in South East Asia.

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

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 years, the bank broadened its operations and became the biggest bank in South East Asia.

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Based on January 1, 1877 as the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB), the bank became part of the Postal Solutions Department in the Straits Settlements and was established by the colonial federal government to provide banking services for lower-income citizens.Following the end of The second world war and the dissolvement of the Straits Settlement, the 1948 Savings Bank Regulation entered 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. [4] 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.

23 Serangoon Central #01-52/53 nex Singapore 556083

United Overseas Bank Limited (typically referred to as UOB) is a Singaporean multinational banking organisation headquartered in Singapore on August 6, 1935, entrepreneur Wee Kheng Chiang, together with six other pals, established the bank after raising S$ 1 million. The bank was called United Chinese Bank (UCB) to emphasize its links to the Chinese population in Singapore. On October 1935, UCB opened for business in the 3 story Bonham Structure. In 1965, the bank was renamed to United Overseas Bank and opened its very first abroad branch in Hong Kong.

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