Who owns United Overseas Bank?
Wee Cho Yaw
Wee Cho Yaw, DUBC (Chinese: 黃祖耀; pinyin: Huáng Zǔ Yào) (born 1929) is a Singaporean billionaire businessman, and the chairman of the United Overseas Bank (UOB) and United Industrial Corporation (UIC) in Singapore.
What bank is UOB under?
United Overseas Bank Limited
United Overseas Bank Limited (commonly known as UOB) is a Singaporean multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Raffles Place, Singapore….United Overseas Bank.
|Headquarters at UOB Plaza|
|Traded as||SGX: U11|
|Industry||Investment banking, Financial services|
|Founded||6 August 1935|
|Founder||Wee Kheng Chiang|
What happened OUB bank?
The acquisition made UOB the largest local bank in Singapore, with around S$115 billion in total assets. By the end of 2003, OUB was fully merged with UOB, with its branches converted to UOB ones and the OUB brand no longer in use.
What is special about UOB?
In Singapore, UOB is a market leader in the credit card and private residential home loan businesses. It is also a key player in loans to small and medium enterprises. Its asset management arm, UOB Asset Management, is one of Singapore’s most awarded fund managers with a growing regional presence.
What bank is DBS?
DBS Bank Ltd (DBS) is a Singaporean multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Marina Bay, Singapore….DBS Bank.
|DBS Bank headquarters in Marina Bay, Singapore|
|Founded||16 July 1968|
|Headquarters||12 Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, Singapore 018982|
Which is the largest bank in Singapore?
DBS Group Holdings
DBS Group Holdings, the largest bank in Singapore and Southeast Asia, said its net profit for the second quarter jumped 37% from a year ago to 1.7 billion Singapore dollars ($1.26 billion). That beat an average forecast of 1.42 billion Singapore dollars, according to analyst estimates on Refinitiv.
What is the number 1 bank in Singapore?
Largest Southeast Asian banks by total assets
|3||United Overseas Bank||Singapore|
What does UOB stand for in personal banking?
UOB Personal Internet Banking is a specialised platform developed by the United Overseas Bank (UOB) to provide secure banking services over the Internet. *Please note that all Beta versions are not supported.
How to get in touch with the UOB group?
For customer-related enquiries, please e-mail [email protected] or click on here for other UOB contact numbers. For enquiries or information specifically related to UOB’s strategy, financial and business performance:
How to transfer funds from UOB to other bank accounts?
Transfer funds to UOB and other bank accounts via FPS and Telegraphic Transfer. Approve transactions and keep track of transaction status. Track term deposits maturity dates and place/renew your deposits. Commonly used web browsers on mobile phones and tablets. Click here to log in. Do I need to sign up to access BIBPlus Mobile?
Where can I buy UOB shares in Singapore?
For enquiries or information specifically related to individual investors’ shareholdings in UOB: For scripless shares: The Central Depository 9 North Buona Vista Drive #01-19/20 The Metropolis Singapore 138588 Tel: +65 6535 7511 Fax: +65 6535 0775 Email: [email protected] For physical scrips: Boardroom Corporate & Advisory Services Pte. Ltd.