OCBC Bank welcomes
all National Australia
Bank customers!

We are very happy to welcome you to OCBC Bank.

As we transfer your banking relationship from National Australia Bank (NAB), we will be sharing key updates and information with you through this website. Here, you will find details about the key milestones over the next few months, as well as some actions that you will need to take.

Please refer to the deposit and loan account sections to understand the changes when your accounts are transferred to OCBC Bank (OCBC).

If you have any questions about the transfer of your banking relationship to OCBC, please reach out to your NAB Private Client Manager. For any other questions, feel free to contact us.

We look forward to be at your service soon.

Timeline

  • Deposit Account
  • Loan Account
  • Items Requiring Your Attention
  • What Will Change
  • What Will Not Change

What do I need to do if I want to transfer my banking relationship to OCBC?

We are pleased to confirm that no action is required from you for the transfer of your banking relationship to OCBC. Your accounts will be transferred to OCBC seamlessly on the transfer date.

What should I do if I don’t want to transfer my accounts?

Please contact your NAB Private Client Manager if you do not wish to transfer your accounts to OCBC.

We advise you to do so by 2 October 2017 so that the necessary arrangement can be made on your existing deposits and loan accounts.

How do I instruct OCBC on my accounts after the transfer?

You can enjoy multiple convenient options to access your accounts and to give instructions to us 24 x 7.

Do sign-up for our online and mobile banking services for personal account or corporate account or continue to instruct us in writing.

You may visit our conveniently located branches and Premier Banking Centres, or send your written instructions to any of our locations.

OCBC Premier Banking customers can contact your Relationship Manager to assist you. Get to know more about OCBC’s Premier Banking services and how our team of Relationship Managers, Relationship Officers and Wealth Advisors can help you with your banking and financial need.

Update your existing GIRO and standing instructions linked to your NAB deposit account.

After the transfer date, your existing GIRO and standing instructions linked to your NAB deposit account will be discontinued. You will need to update your payment instructions with your new OCBC account number or make alternative arrangements.

Do not make any transactions on your new account prior to the transfer.

We will be opening your savings/call account around the end of October, before the transfer, to enable you to change your existing GIRO and standing instructions. Your savings/call account will be activated from 13 November 2017 or such other date as we may subsequently update. We will send you a letter detailing your account number and account balances when your accounts are activated. Before that, we advise you not to perform any transaction on your new account as we will not be accepting deposits, withdrawals or electronic banking linkages or other transactions.

Update your mailing address.

We will not be able to hold your physical mail for your collection after the transfer. Do ensure that your mailing address is updated with NAB before the transfer or please update us by completing the form for personal account or corporate account after the transfer to ensure timely receipt of communications.

Differences between NAB and OCBC Deposit Accounts.

Differences between NAB and OCBC Deposit Accounts for:

We would like to inform you that OCBC Bank has established two wholly-owned subsidiaries in Singapore and Malaysia to process certain selected transactions for OCBC Bank’s customers and for this purpose, customer information may be disclosed to these subsidiaries. Please be assured that customer information will continue to remain within the OCBC Group, subject to any mandatory disclosure required by the relevant regulatory authorities.

NAB's fees and charges will no longer be applicable.

Do note that NAB's Guide to Fees and Charges and General Information Deposit Account will no longer be applicable after the transfer.

Please click on the following links to refer to OCBC’s Pricing Guides:

Please refer to our website at www.ocbc.com for information regarding OCBC products and services. OCBC services could differ from services provided by NAB. Services listed under General Service Fees in NAB’s Guide to Fees and Charges which will not be supported by OCBC are as follows:

  • Opening accounts with other branches of our bank located overseas
  • Witnessing of documentation
  • Relaying messages by fax or courier to other branches of our bank located overseas

Changes made to your NAB Multi-Currency Call Account.

  1. Your NAB Multi-Currency Call Account will be renamed and replaced with the following OCBC accounts. References to your NAB Multi-Currency Call Account in the account terms and conditions will also be replaced with these new accounts:
      OCBC Personal Banking OCBC Premier Banking OCBC Business Banking
    Singapore Dollar OCBC Statement Savings Account OCBC Premier Statement Savings Account Local Incorporation:
    OCBC Business Entrepreneur Account Plus
    Foreign Incorporation:
    OCBC Business Foreign Account
    Foreign Currencies OCBC Global Savings Account OCBC Premier Global Account Local Incorporation Call Account:
    OCBC Foreign Currency Call Account
    Foreign Incorporation Call Account:
    OCBC Business Foreign Account
    If you have more than one Call Account in the same type of currency, we may place your balances in the same account.
  2. Interest will be paid if the daily balance is above the required amount for personal accounts. Please refer to the Product Comparison sections below for details on OCBC’s interest rates.
  3. For Corporate accounts, there will be minimum daily average balance to maintain to avoid monthly fee. Please refer to the Product Comparison sections below for details on OCBC’s corporate accounts.
  4. There will be an early account closure fee of S$30 for personal Singapore Dollar accounts closed within 6 months of opening (USD20 for foreign currency accounts). For corporate accounts, please refer to OCBC’s pricing guide for Business Banking (local incorporation) and Business Banking (foreign incorporation). Any request to waive this fee shall be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  5. You may update your signature or appoint another person to operate your account. If you wish to change the account ownership by adding or removing account holders, we will need you to open a new account. Clause 19 of your account terms and conditions will be read and construed to take the above into account.
  6. Instructions to us are to be given in writing, through electronic banking options or you may contact your OCBC Premier Banking Relationship Manager for assistance. We may not be able to process instructions through fax, phone or email. Clauses 23 and 25 of your account terms and conditions will be changed to reflect this. For corporate accounts, clauses 21 and 22 will be changed to reflect this.
  7. You will only receive monthly statements if there are transactions within the month for personal accounts. Clause 135 of your account terms and conditions will be changed to reflect this.

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Changes made to your NAB Multi-Currency Term Deposit Account.

  1. Your NAB Multi-Currency Term Deposit Account will be renamed and replaced with the following OCBC accounts. References to your NAB Multi-Currency Term Deposit Account in the account terms and conditions will also be replaced with these new accounts:
    Singapore Dollar OCBC SGD Time Deposit Account
    Foreign Currencies OCBC Foreign Currency Time Deposit Account
  2. If you have more than 1 Time Deposit placement in the same currency, we may place these under separate receipts in the same account.
  3. If you have more than 1 Time Deposit receipt with the same placement instructions (start and maturity dates, currency, tenure) being renewed on the same day, the board rate (non-promotional interest rate published on OCBC’s website) will be based on the sum of all receipt amounts.
  4. Do note that the original sum placed in a receipt is fixed during the tenure. Topping up of funds to the original sum placed is not allowed, but you may choose to place the funds under a new Time Deposit receipt. For example, if your original receipt was S$100,000 and you wish to increase to S$150,000, the additional S$50,000 will be in placed under a new receipt of S$50,000 and the original receipt remains at S$100,000.
  5. If your preferred tenure for roll-over is not available in OCBC, your funds will be rolled over at the next closest tenure.
  6. If the deposit maturity instruction with NAB currently is to credit an account not with NAB or OCBC, we will automatically roll-over the funds when the deposit receipt matures. Please let us know at least 2 business days before the receipt maturity date if you do not wish to roll-over and provide us with your maturity instructions.

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Eligible accounts are aggregated and insured under Singapore Deposit Insurance Scheme.

Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors and monies and deposits denominated in Singapore dollars under the Supplementary Retirement Scheme are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$50,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.

For NAB Multi-Currency Call Account (Personal).

There will be no changes to the following :

  • The signing conditions i.e. who is authorised to give instructions to us
  • The way interest is computed
  • No minimum daily average balance to avoid service fee
  • No service fee

We will also not charge any monthly maintenance fee on your account.

For NAB Multi-Currency Term Deposit Account (Personal & Corporate).

There will be no change to your original instructions to us on

  • Tenure
  • Interest rate
  • Deposit amount
  • Maturity instruction

If the deposit maturity instruction with NAB currently is to credit an account not with NAB or OCBC, we will automatically roll-over the funds when the deposit receipt matures. Please let us know at least 2 business days before the receipt maturity date if you do not wish to roll-over and provide us with your maturity instructions.

For accounts without maturity instructions, we will arrange to renew your deposit at the same or the next closest tenure available in OCBC at our prevailing board rates.

  • Items Requiring Your Attention
  • What Will Change
  • What Will Not Change

What do I need to do if I want to transfer my banking relationship to OCBC?

We are pleased to confirm that no action is required from you for the transfer of your banking relationship to OCBC. Your accounts will be transferred to OCBC seamlessly on the transfer date.

What should I do if I don’t want to transfer my accounts?

Please contact your NAB Private Client Manager if you do not wish to transfer your accounts to OCBC.

We advise you to do so by 2 October 2017 so that the necessary arrangement can be made on your existing deposits and loan accounts.

How do I instruct OCBC on my accounts after the transfer?

You can enjoy multiple convenient options to access your accounts and to give instructions to us 24 x 7.

Do sign-up for our online and mobile banking services for personal account or corporate accounts, or continue to instruct us in writing.

You may visit our conveniently located branches and Premier Banking Centres, or send your written instructions to any of our locations.

OCBC Premier Banking customers can contact your Relationship Manager to assist you. Get to know more about OCBC’s Premier Banking services and how our team of Relationship Managers, Relationship Officers and Wealth Advisors can help you with your banking and financial need.

Ensure prompt instalment payments for your loan.

A deposit account will be opened and attached to the loan account. We will advise you on the new deposit account number around the end of October 2017.
We will automatically deduct the instalment due from this deposit account on the first business day of each month. Please fund this account to ensure prompt instalment payment.

Continue to renew your fire insurance policy.

After the transfer, please continue to renew the fire insurance on your property.
For landed property owners, we may contact you to furnish the latest fire insurance policy and to arrange for the endorsement on the policy in OCBC’s name.

Should you require switching of loan currencies.

If you would like to change your loan currency after the transfer, we will review your request and we may require additional documents.

Loan payments are due on the first business day of each month.

At NAB, your loan payments are due monthly according to the day of your first loan disbursement. OCBC instalments are always due on the first business day of each month.

OCBC will automatically deduct the instalment due from the deposit account attached to your loan account on the first business day of each month. Please fund this account to ensure prompt instalment payment.

We have arranged for the first instalment with OCBC to be due on the 1st business day of the second month after the transfer. If your instalment due date with NAB falls on or before the transfer, your first instalment with OCBC will be due on the 1st business day of the next month after the transfer.

For illustrative purpose:

Existing NAB Instalment Due Date
(Business day, excluding Sat, Sun & Public Holiday)

First Instalment with OCBC
(1st business day of the month)

1 November 2017, Wed

1 December 2017, Fri

10 November 2017, Fri

1 December 2017, Fri

13 November 2017, Mon

2 January 2017, Tue

30 November 2017, Thu

2 January 2017, Tue

If you do not make payments within 7 days after the due date, there will be a late fee of $80 in the respective loan currency. For example, if your loan is in AUD, the late fee would be AUD80. After the transfer, do let us know If you have issues resulting in delay in paying your first instalment with OCBC, and we will be happy to review the waiver of any late charges for the first instalment.

Changes made to your first instalment due with OCBC.

The first instalment amount due to be paid to OCBC will be the latest instalment recorded in your NAB account. When the interest rate is changed at the next funding period, OCBC will give you one month to adjust to the revised instalment amount.

For example, your loan interest rate is revised on the 20 November 2017 . Your instalment due on 1 December 2017 will remain the same as the previous instalment amount. The revised instalment will only apply from 2 January 2018.

NAB Lending Rate will be replaced by OCBC’s 3-month Cost of Funds in the loan currency.

There is no change to the spread above NAB’s Lending Rate on your account. For example, your NAB loan interest rate is NAB Lending Rate + 1.50% p.a. When interest rate is changed at the next funding period, the loan interest rate will be changed to OCBC Cost of Fund + 1.50%.

Currency and tenor of your loan will remain the same.

There will be no change to the currency and tenor of your loan.

Interest computation method on your loan account will remain the same.

There will be no change to the way in which interest is computed on your loan account.

Loan spread on your loan account will remain the same.

There will be no change on the loan spread on your loan account.

What will change is that OCBC’s Cost of Fund rate which will apply from the next funding period as recorded in your NAB account.

For example, your current NAB loan interest rate is NAB Lending Rate + 1.50% p.a. , which will change to OCBC Cost of Fund + 1.50%.

Prepayment penalties will remain the same as your letter of offer.

Your penalty terms for paying off your loan earlier will be according to the terms in your letter of offer. Generally, there are no charges if you pay off your loan after 12 months from the start date of your loan with NAB.

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In recent years, OCBC Bank has strongly enhanced its integrated wealth management platform – through which deep relationships with new customers can be quickly forged. The product capabilities sit on a common platform which draws on the combined expertise of OCBC Bank and its subsidiaries. OCBC offers market-leading insurance products from Great Eastern Holdings, equities and bond funds from Lion Global Investors, brokerage services from OCBC Securities and private banking services from the fast-expanding Bank of Singapore.

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