Global Savings Account

A savings account that allows you to
save in ten major currencies

Initial deposit

5,000 units

for AUD, CAD, CNH, EUR, GBP, NZD, CHF,
USD; 50,000 units for HKD and
500,000 units for JPY or equivalent in SGD

 



Eligibility

Singaporeans, Singapore PRs and foreigners age 18 and above.
How to apply

  • Flexibility to open a savings account in your preferred currency.
  • Initial deposit can be done via S$ cheque, deduction from your OCBC account or one-time transfer from another bank.
  • The interest rates for foreign currency deposits are updated daily for your information. View board rates

Online and Mobile Banking

Track your spending by category

Your spending is automatically sorted by category so you know exactly where your money is going with Money In$ights.

Easy payments and transfers

Pay any bank’s credit card bills online, transfer money locally and to overseas accounts.

Online security guarantee

Guaranteed a full refund of any money lost due to fraud via online banking.

Sunday at OCBC

Open every day at 16 branches from 11am to 7pm

A new banking experience awaits you at our 16 full-service 'Sunday at OCBC' branches.

Learn more about Sunday at OCBC

 

Apply at any of our branches

Please bring along:
1
NRIC

for Singaporeans and
Singapore PRs

OR

 
 
Passport +
Employment Pass/S-Pass

    Foreigners need to bring:

  • Passport

  • Employment Pass (EP) or S-Pass or Student Pass

2
S$5,000

for initial deposit

3
Additional documents

Include any one of the following documents:

  • Phone bill
  • Half-yearly CPF statement
  • Any bank statement
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Important notices

Foreign currency deposit

Foreign currency deposits are subject to exchange rate fluctuations that may provide opportunities and risks. Earnings on foreign currency deposits would be dependent on the exchanges rates prevalent at the time of their maturity if any conversion takes place. Exchange controls may be applicable from time to time to certain foreign currencies. You should therefore determine whether any foreign currency deposit is suitable for you in the light of your investment objectives, financial means and risk profile. Any pre-termination costs will be deducted from your deposit.