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ANZ(4)

ANZ provide a range of banking and financial products and services to more than 5.7 million retail customers. The bank employ over 39,000 people worldwide. Business strategy ANZ aim to become a super regional bank. This involves growing their presence in the Asia Pacific region to around 20% of earnings by 2012, while also being very focused on the existing business and opportunities across Australia and New Zealand. The bank's growth targets are based on four core capabilities: Customer focus: continuing focus on simplicity, convenience and responsibility Marketing and sales: shifting thinking from selling commodity products and being more customer focused in the way they market themselves and serve customers Technology: improving technology to the levels used by banks globally Performance: out-performing at every level – financial out-performance, out-performance in customer service and in their work ethic. ANZ in Singapore ANZ opened a representative office in Singapore in 1974. It was later converted to offshore bank status in 1980 and further upgraded to a wholesale bank in 2002. ANZ Singapore is one of two designated ANZ regional hubs in Asia which can provide integrated solutions across institutional and corporate banking, financial markets, trade finance, corporate finance, retail banking, private banking and investment banking services. ">ANZ's history dates back over 170 years. ANZ are committed to building lasting partnerships with customers, shareholders and communities in 32 countries in Australia, New Zealand, throughout Asia and the Pacific, and in the Middle East, Europe and America.

Among the top 4 banks in Australia, Top 10 listed company on the ASX, Largest lsited company in New Zealand, The largest Australian bank in Asia

ANZ provide a range of banking and financial products and services to more than 5.7 million retail customers. The bank employ over 39,000 people worldwide. Business strategy ANZ aim to become a super regional bank. This involves growing their presence in the Asia Pacific region to around 20% of earnings by 2012, while also being very focused on the existing business and opportunities across Australia and New Zealand. The bank's growth targets are based on four core capabilities: Customer focus: continuing focus on simplicity, convenience and responsibility Marketing and sales: shifting thinking from selling commodity products and being more customer focused in the way they market themselves and serve customers Technology: improving technology to the levels used by banks globally Performance: out-performing at every level – financial out-performance, out-performance in customer service and in their work ethic. ANZ in Singapore ANZ opened a representative office in Singapore in 1974. It was later converted to offshore bank status in 1980 and further upgraded to a wholesale bank in 2002. ANZ Singapore is one of two designated ANZ regional hubs in Asia which can provide integrated solutions across institutional and corporate banking, financial markets, trade finance, corporate finance, retail banking, private banking and investment banking services.

DBS(23)

DBS Group Holdings (DBS) is the largest commercial banking group in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), the bank's asset quality is one of the best in Asia and its "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the region. DBS was established in 1968 as the development bank of Singapore. It was the catalyst to Singapore's economic development during the nation's early years of independence. Since then, DBS has transformed into a successful financial services institution, offering a comprehensive range of innovative products and solutions to meet its clients' needs. With operations in 16 markets, the bank has a regional network spanning more than 200 branches and over 1,000 ATMs across 50 cities. As one of the leading banks in Asia, DBS also acknowledges the passion, commitment and can-do spirit in each of its 15,000 staff, representing over 30 nationalities. We are committed to empowering, educating and engaging our staff so as to build a high performance organisation renowned for its good customer service and innovative business solutions.

UOB(20)

United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) is a leading bank in Singapore with a strong presence in the Asia-Pacific region. Incorporated on 6 August 1935 as the United Chinese Bank by Datuk Wee Kheng Chiang, the Bank catered mainly to the Fujian community in its early years. The Bank changed its name in 1965. Over the years, UOB has established a significant footprint in Asia. Besides Far Eastern Bank in Singapore, UOB's banking subsidiaries in the region are United Overseas Bank (Malaysia), United Overseas Bank (Thai), PT Bank UOB Indonesia, PT Bank UOB Buana and United Overseas Bank (China). Today, UOB provides a wide range of financial services through its global network of over 500 offices in 18 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Western Europe and North America.

OCBC(20)

OCBC are one of Asia's leading financial services groups and one of the largest financial institutions in the combined Singapore-Malaysia market with total assets of S$184 billion. OCBC have an extensive network of over 470 branches and representative offices in 15 countries and territories including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong SAR, Taiwan, Brunei, Myanmar, Japan, Korea, Australia, UK and USA. This network includes more than 360 branches and offices in Indonesia operated by OCBC Bank's subsidiary, PT Bank NISP. Find out more about Singapore's longest established local bank.

Citi Bank(9)

Citibank Singapore Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Citigroup, one of the world's largest financial services organisations. By combining local expertise with the strength of Citibank's worldwide consumer banking network, we offer some of the world's leading range of financial services including deposit accounts, foreign currency deposits and investments as well as credit cards, mortgages, insurance and charge cards.

American Express(9)

Since its founding in 1850, American Express has conducted business according to several guiding principles that over the years have become inextricably linked with the company’s brand, products, services and – perhaps most notably – its people. Generations before the phrase “company values” entered the corporate lexicon, American Express employees across the organization were demonstrating the same core principles upheld by the company today.

Standard Chartered Bank(11)

Standard Chartered first opened for business in Singapore in 1859 and today operates the largest branch network (20) among international banks in the Republic. The Group is also unique among the foreign banks in running all its global businesses -- including much of the Group's product development and training activities -- from Singapore. Standard Chartered was among the first four foreign banks in Singapore to have been awarded a Qualifying Full Bank (QFB) licence in October 1999, a strong endorsement of the Bank's long term commitment and the important role it has played in the country's economic development.

HSBC(5)

In Singapore, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited first opened its doors in December 1877. Today, HSBC's flagship office remains at the original Collyer Quay site where its first branch was opened. One of the earliest banks to establish in Singapore, HSBC is today a prominent player in Singapore's banking sector and offers a broad range of banking and financial services tailored to meet a wide spectrum of needs, from those of multi-national corporations to local businesses and individual Singaporeans A Qualifying Full Bank, HSBC Singapore has a network of 18 offices, 11 branches incorporating five HSBC Premier Centres and 35 Automated Teller Machines including 11 at offsite locations, electronic banking channels including 24-hour PhoneBanking services and Internet banking services via online@hsbc. HSBC is the only foreign bank that allows customers to withdraw cash with QuickCash from the cashiers at Cold Storage group of stores.

Maybank(11)

Maybank's Presence in Singapore Maybank started its operations in Singapore in 1960 as a full licensed commercial bank and its first local branch was opened at South Bridge Road in December 1960. Thereafter, within the next few years, the Bank aggressively opened another 21 branches. Maybank is currently among the top five banks in ASEAN and is a Qualifying Full Bank in Singapore. The Bank has the most extensive network of branches and ATMs amongst the foreign banks in Singapore. All our 22 Branches and 32 ATMs are strategically located in both the business districts and the suburban estates for the convenience of our customers.

Bank of China(5)

Bank of China has a long history of over 90 years since its establishment in 1912. Among China’s top four commercial banks, Bank of China is the most internationalized with more than 600 overseas branches and subsidiaries in 28 countries and regions, in addition to its over 10,000 domestic branches. Its business scope covers commercial banking, investment banking and insurance. It has been included in “Fortune Global 500” for 18 consecutive years and ranked 9th among the world’s top 1000 banks by “The Banker” magazine in 2007. On 26 August 2004 Bank of China Limited was formally incorporated in Beijing as a state-controlled joint stock commercial bank, representing a new chapter in its history. Bank of China was dual-listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2006. The listings have further enhanced its strength and influence in the international and domestic markets, bringing additional splendor to its century-old brand. Bank of China is also the sole banking partner of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Established on 15 June 1936, Bank of China Limited Singapore Branch is the only Chinese bank with a full banking license in Singapore. It has a network of five sub-branches and one subsidiary. With over 70 years of presence in the local banking industry, leveraging on the Group’s extensive global network and team of experienced professionals, Bank of China Limited Singapore Branch provides a full range of financial services to its customers from Singapore, China as well as the surrounding region. Over the years, it has demonstrated its long-term commitment to promote bilateral economic and trade relations between China and Singapore. The main businesses of Bank of China Limited Singapore Branch include corporate banking, retail banking, trade financing and international trade settlement, with specialized knowledge and expertise in China-related trade financing and settlements, and remittance services.

Diners Club(8)

Diners Club International, originally founded as Diners Club, is a charge card company formed in 1950 by Frank X. McNamara, Ralph Schneider, and Matty Simmons. When it first emerged, it became the first independent credit card company in the world.

Hong Leong Finance(2)

Hong Leong Finance (HLF), established in the 1960s, is today, Singapore's largest finance company with a wide distribution network of 28 branches. Keen to increase its presence and to better service the heartlanders, HLF continues to upgrade and refurbish its branches. The refurbishment exercise is to equip and prepare our branches for exciting new services and also to foster a warm and conducive environment for our customers to perform their transactions or sit down comfortably to explore financial options.

Isetan(1)

Isetan Co., Ltd. (??????? ,Kabushiki-gaisha Isetan) (TYO: 8238 unlisted on March 26, 2008, SGX: I15) is a Japanese department store. Based in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Isetan has branches throughout Japan and East Asia, including Bangkok, Jinan, Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Singapore and Tianjin and formerly in Hong Kong, London and Vienna.

RHB(5)

RHB Bank is one of the major banks in Malaysia and offers a comprehensive range of financial products and services ranging from retail, commercial and corporate banking to Islamic products and services and electronic banking. With its Head Office at RHB Centre in Kuala Lumpur, RHB Bank has built an extensive network of over 180 branches throughout Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Brunei Darussalam. As at 31 December 2006, RHB Bank Group total assets amounted to more than RM 95 billion. RHB Bank in Singapore In Singapore, the Bank was first established in 1961 as UMBC (United Malayan Banking Corporation Berhad). Through a series of rapid expansion and strategic mergers, RHB Bank Singapore emerged in 1999. RHB Singapore is a full-licensed bank with a network of 7 branches situated strategically in various locations. The main Singapore office is located at 90 Cecil Street. The Bank provides comprehensive range of financial products and services to both corporate and consumer clients, ranging from various types of deposits and loans, to investments. RHB Bank Singapore is the first full bank to be conferred the prestigious S-Class (Service Class) award by SPRING Singapore as well as the first and only bank in Singapore and Malaysia to be awarded the prestigious “Best Customer Experience Management of the Year Award” in banking service by APCSC Hong Kong.

AIA(5)

AIA is one of the most established and reputable life insurers in Singapore with over two million policies in-force. AIA's strong presence is evident in our five buildings at Robinson Road, Alexandra, Changi, Tampines and Tanjong Pagar.

AVIVA(3)

Aviva began serving the Singapore market with the July 2001 acquisition of Insurance Corporation of Singapore. Since our entry into the market, we have expanded our range of products to include: Long Term Regular Savings Products Unit Trust Services Regular Savings (partnership with DBS Bank) Financial Advisory Services Aviva has also brought its long tradition of expertise and innovation to health care, becoming one of Singapore's leading providers in Employee Benefits and Healthcare. We have been named the third ElderShield scheme insurer, and are guaranteed a 50% allocation of all new members.

Great Eastern(5)

For over 100 years, Great Eastern has provided our policyholders with peace of mind and financial security. Great Eastern is the largest insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia with S$44 billion in assets (as at 31 Dec 2008) and 3.8 million policyholders in both countries. With two successful distribution channels – the tied agency force and bancassurance – Great Eastern is the market leader in both Singapore and Malaysia. Great Eastern is the only life insurance company to be listed on the Singapore Exchange.

NTUC Income(9)

NTUC Income, a co-operative insurance society formed in 1970, was initiated by Dr Goh Keng Swee during the "Modernisation of the Labour Movement" seminar on 18 November 1969. With a modest capital of $1.2 million, Income has become a leader in Life and General Insurance with total assets of S$21.3 billion. Today, Income has more than 1.8 million policyholders placing their trust in Income. Income has always placed the interests of our policyholders foremost. Income belief is to strive for commercial leadership in our business to serve our social purpose.

Prudential(4)

Strong history, sterling prospects Established in Singapore in 1931 Among the top three life insurers in Singapore 3,000 full time financial consultants and 400 staff in Singapore alone Highest number of MDRT Financial Consultants in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 Fastest-growing international insurance company in Asia with 23 life and fund management operations in 12 countries Wholly-owned subsidiary of UK-based Prudential plc: - ranks among world's top retail financial products & services company - over S$692 billion* of funds under management worldwide - more than 21 million customers and 28,000 employees worldwide

CIMB(4)

CIMB Group has had a presence in Singapore since 2005 following the acquisition of G. K. Goh Stockbrokers Pte. Ltd. – a reputable pan-Asian stockbroking franchise with business operations in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and the United States. This led to the formation of CIMB-GK Securities Pte. Ltd. (CIMB-GK), the Group’s international capital markets arm. CIMB Group has since expanded its services to the retail segment through CIMB Bank, a fully-licensed bank catering to Singaporean consumers. Singapore represents an important strategic hub for our Southeast Asian presence as a regional universal banking group with substantial expertise across capital markets, asset management and retail financial solutions. Customers can access the combined knowledge and expertise of CIMB Group through the following services in Singapore: Financial Advisory Corporate Finance Underwriting, management and distribution of initial public offerings Capital Markets Brokerage Investment Research Treasury and Derivatives Corporate Banking Global Loan Syndication / Structured Trade Finance Corporate and Capital Restructuring Wholesale Banknotes Retail Banking Business Banking Islamic Banking