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FAST (Fast And Secure Transfers)

Transfer money locally via FAST conveniently!

Transfer funds between accounts quickly via OCBC Online Banking and ATMs.

Features and Benefits

Fast And Secure Transfers (FAST) allows you to transfer funds instantly between participating banks in Singapore!

Fund transfers between banks are now instant!
  • Transfer Funds instantly to other banks with OCBC Online Banking!
  • Personal Banking customers can transfer up to S$100,000 per transaction while Premier Banking customers can transfer up to S$200,000 per transaction
  • You may add comments for your FAST transfers for your recipient
  • You can transfer and get the funds credited instantly into any of the FAST participating banks – for free!
Setting up is easy and painless
  • Log in to OCBC Online Banking to add a new account payee
  • Select the bank you wish to transfer money to, and enter the correct bank account number
  • You will no longer need branch names and codes!
  • This service is also available at all OCBC ATMs
Additional Information
Try it on our apps

OCBC Mobile Banking


OCBC Pay Anyone™ app


OCBC Business Mobile Banking™

Common Questions
Can I use FAST via OCBC Online Banking?

You can perform transactions with FAST via OCBC Online Banking. You can also use the OCBC Mobile Banking app on iPhone, iPad or Android.

Can I use FAST via OCBC ATM?

You can perform transactions using FAST at any OCBC ATMs. You’ll need to have an OCBC Savings/Current account and an OCBC ATM/Debit card.

How much can I transfer using FAST?

You can now transfer up to S$100,000 per transaction (Personal Banking customers) or S$200,000 per transaction (Premier Banking customers). At our ATMs, you can transfer up to S$5,000 per day and S$25,000 per month.

Can I transfer to other banks which are not on FAST yet?

You can still continue to transfer funds to other banks. However, these funds will be credited within 2 – 3 working days. When adding account payee under such banks, please ensure that the correct branch names and codes are selected.