Driving your growth, all across ASEAN and Greater China

For all your aspirations. We’ll deliver solutions as One Group, all across ASEAN and Greater China.

What we do

For your personal wealth and business, rely on our deep local knowledge to seize timely opportunities. Bank on teams that work across borders towards your aspirations.

Who we are

We are the longest established Singapore bank, formed in 1932 from the merger of three local banks, the oldest of which was founded in 1912. We have grown from strength to strength to become a regional financial services group. With a deep history in Asia, we offer the most comprehensive coverage across ASEAN and Greater China, complemented with a presence in the leading economies of New York, London and Sydney.

We are the second largest financial services group in Southeast Asia by assets with one of the world’s highest credit rating (Aa1 by Moody’s and AA- by both Fitch and S&P). With more than 400 branches and offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, as well as Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR and Taiwan, OCBC is well-equipped to support your regional aspirations with our deep local knowledge – be it growing your personal wealth or capturing business opportunities – for now, and beyond.

We offer private banking services through our wholly-owned subsidiary, Bank of Singapore, which operates on a unique open-architecture product platform to source for the best-in-class products to meet its clients’ goals.

Our insurance subsidiary, Great Eastern Holdings, is the oldest and most established life insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia.

Our strengths at a glance
Total assets of S$560 billion at the end of 2022

Total assets of S$560 billion at the end of 2022

Presence in 19 markets globally

Presence in 19 markets globally

More than 400 branches and offices across ASEAN and Greater China

More than 400 branches and offices across ASEAN and Greater China

90% of ASEAN trade and capital flows are covered by our network

90% of ASEAN trade and capital flows are covered by our network

First Southeast Asian bank to acquire a banking stake in China

First Southeast Asian bank to acquire a banking stake in China

First local bank established in Singapore with history dating back to 1912

First local bank established in Singapore with history dating back to 1912

With our expertise, let us take care of all your banking needs.

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OCBC is the second largest financial services group in Singapore by total assets.

We are among the top players in bancassurance sales, home loans, unit trust distribution, personal credit, small and medium-sized enterprises market and the Singapore dollar capital market.

OCBC Malaysia and OCBC Al-Amin

For several decades, OCBC has operated a wholly-owned banking subsidiary, OCBC Malaysia – one of the largest foreign banks by assets, loans, deposits and branch network size in the country.

After being actively involved in offering Islamic banking products and services since 1995, OCBC Malaysia launched its wholly-owned Islamic banking subsidiary, OCBC Al-Amin Bank Berhad, on 1 December 2008. OCBC Al-Amin offers products and services which are developed based on the applicable Shariah contract and with the endorsement of the Shariah Advisory Committee to meet the requirements of both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Features such as fixed financing rates and profit sharing have attracted a growing group of loyal customers who wish to draw from the Islamic principles of fairness, caring and accuracy.

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In April 2004, we increased our presence in Indonesia by acquiring a 22.5% stake in the former Bank NISP. Today we own a 85% stake in the entity which has been renamed OCBC NISP.

OCBC NISP is among the top 10 private sector national banks in Indonesia by assets, with a distribution network of more than 250 branches and offices across Indonesia.

We acquired an 80% shareholding in stockbroking firm, PT TransAsia Securities, in November 2012, renaming the subsidiary to OCBC Sekuritas a month later. In December 2014, we increased our shareholding in OCBC Sekuritas to 95.1%.

A member of Indonesia Stock Exchange, OCBC Sekuritas is equipped with both a stockbroking license and an underwriter license, enabling it to provide securities trading services, as well as onshore debt and equity financing solutions in Indonesia. With its multiple trading channels ranging from dealer-assisted to mobile and internet trading platforms, customers are able to trade in listed securities in Indonesia Stock Exchange with ease and convenience.

Through OCBC NISP and OCBC Sekuritas, we offer a comprehensive suite of products and services to both individual and corporate clients in Indonesia – from consumer and SME banking, to securities services and debt and equity financing.

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OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited

OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited (formerly known as OCBC Wing Hang Bank) became a wholly-owned subsidiary of OCBC Group headquartered in Singapore since October 2014. OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, together with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, offers a comprehensive range of commercial banking products and services and other financial services such as consumer financing, share brokerage and insurance, among others. It has a network of over 70 branches and offices in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR.

As part of the OCBC group of companies, OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited offers customers global market access, an augmented banking network and a wider selection of products and services. In addition, customers can enjoy an extensive range of privileges across OCBC Bank's markets. The strong network enhances OCBC’s ability to capture ASEAN-Greater China trade and investment flows in providing differentiated banking services to our customers by leveraging our twin hubs of Singapore and Hong Kong, as well as our presence in Southeast Asia.

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OCBC Wing Hang Bank and OCBC Wing Hang Bank (China) Limited

OCBC Wing Hang Bank (China) Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of OCBC Bank. Headquartered in Shanghai, OCBC Wing Hang China has around 16 branches and sub-branches across 14 cities in China including Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen, Tianjin, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Qingdao, Wuhan, Shaoxing, Suzhou, Zhuhai and Foshan.

With a registered capital of more than RMB 5 billion, it has RMB retail banking licenses for branches and sub-branches in Shanghai, Chengdu and the Pearl-River Delta region. It offers a full suite of personal financial products and services including RMB and foreign currency savings accounts as well as fixed deposits, foreign exchange service and investment products such as structured products, QDII (Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor), medical and accident protection, local unit trust, internet banking service, debit card, ATM service and personal loan products.

OCBC Wing Hang China leverages OCBC Group’s international business network to offer a comprehensive suite of business banking products and services including loans, deposits, trade finance, cash management, international settlements, investment, cross-border RMB settlements, supply chain financing and internet banking services. It supports foreign and local corporate customers including financial institutions, offshore customers and OCBC Bank’s network customers. OCBC Wing Hang China also supports the needs of smaller businesses by offering innovative products including the pure credit financing product, SSME Unsecured Loan.

OCBC Bank established a strategic partnership with Bank of Ningbo in 2006. Bank of Ningbo is an associated company of OCBC and has a nationwide network comprising more than 380 branches, sub-branches and offices, covering the cities of Ningbo, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Suzhou, Wenzhou, Beijing, Wuxi, Jinhua, Shaoxing, Taizhou, Jiaxing and Lishui.

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Bank of Singapore

We offer private banking services under the Bank of Singapore brand name. Bank of Singapore first launched in January 2010, following OCBC Bank’s purchase of ING Asia Private Bank, which was subsequently combined with OCBC Private Bank. It offers a unique value proposition as a safe Singapore-registered private bank.

The bank serves clients from a network of offices, including a branch in Hong Kong, the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), and representative offices in Manila and Dubai. In Europe, the bank serves clients through BOS Wealth Management Europe Société Anonyme (S.A.) which is headquartered in Luxembourg and has a London office. In Malaysia, it serves its clients through BOS Wealth Management Malaysia.

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Lion Global Investors

Lion Global Investors a wholly-owned subsidiary of OCBC Bank, is 70% owned by Great Eastern Holdings Limited and 30% owned by Orient Holdings Private Limited.

It is one of the largest asset management companies in Southeast Asia, offering a comprehensive suite of investment products covering all asset classes.

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OCBC Securities

OCBC Securities offers a full range of brokerage services for global listed securities, futures and leveraged foreign exchange. An early adopter of electronic platforms, the company offers superior solutions in direct market access and electronic desk execution.

OCBC Securities is also a participant of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

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Great Eastern

OCBC Bank operates its insurance business under its 88%-owned subsidiary, Great Eastern Holdings.

Great Eastern is the largest insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia in terms of assets and market share. Its agency force in Singapore and Malaysia is about 25,000-strong.

Great Eastern’s relationship as a subsidiary of OCBC Bank makes the bancassurance partnership unique in the industry as it allows for closer collaboration and more coordinated initiatives in sales management and product development.

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Solution-driven since the beginning

OCBC was born out of the Great Depression through the consolidation of three banks in 1932. During this challenging period of economic crisis, our founders understood the problems that people faced, and took the initiative to provide customers with financial solutions for their personal and business needs, and to support the community.