Banks in Singapore
Contact No: 6882 2888
Address: 168 Robinson Road 17/F, Capital Tower, Singapore 068912
Established in 1964, the Singapore office is today a full-service, fully-integrated provider of corporate and investment banking, commercial banking, asset management and private banking. Local corporations and institutions, multinationals, government and private clients rely on us for a full suite of market leading products and services across industry sectors and asset classes. We have operated in Asia Pacific since 1872, and today are present across 17 markets in the region. Local corporations and institutions, multinationals, governments and private clients rely on us for market-leading financial services — a confidence bred from our strength and ability to deliver integrated services across the Corporate & Investment Bank, Asset Management and the Private Bank.
Bank of America
Contact No: 6678 0000
Address: 50 Collyer Quay, #14-01, OUE Bayfront, 049321
Whether expanding a local business in the US, raising capital in Singapore or hedging currencies in Frankfurt, Bank of America Merrill Lynch understands the challenges our clients face in the US and around the world. We use the full resources of our company to help them achieve their goals. Our solutions span the complete range of advisory, capital raising, banking, treasury, as well as liquidity, sales and trading, and research capabilities. Our Global Banking & Markets division serves mid- to large-sized companies, corporations and institutions. It comprises Business Banking, Global Commercial Banking, Global Corporate & Investment Banking and Global Markets. Aligned with these client-facing groups are Global Capital Markets, Global Research, Global Transaction Services and Wholesale Credit.
Bank of East Asia
Contact No: 6602 7702
Address: 60 Robinson Road, BEA Building, Singapore 068892
The Singapore Branch of The Bank of East Asia, Limited ("BEA") opened for business in 1952. The Branch is a full licenced bank with Asian Currency Unit (“ACU”) operation. BEA’s Singapore Branch has grown steadily over the years from providing a vital link between business enterprises in Hong Kong and Singapore to serving a wider customer base covering the ASEAN region. The Branch provides a wide array of financial services to meet both corporate and individual needs including retail banking, foreign currency deposits, commercial lending, and securities services. Located in the heart of Singapore’s financial district at BEA Building, 60 Robinson Road, the Singapore Branch leverages BEA’s extensive global banking network to serve your banking needs.
Hong Leong Bank
Contact No: 6349 8338
Address: 1 Wallich Street #29-01 Guoco Tower Singapore 078881
Hong Leong Bank Berhad is a regional financial services company headquartered in Malaysia, with presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia and China. The Bank is technology-focused and emphasises the development of financial capabilities to serve its clients across the five geographies. Hong Leong Bank Berhad, with a distribution network of approximately 300 branches in Malaysia, is listed on Bursa Malaysia and is part of the Hong Leong Group. HL Bank Singapore, the Singapore branch of Hong Leong Bank Berhad operates under a Full Bank licence. We provide a comprehensive range of financial services to our business, retail and high networth customers through our 5 core business segments - Business & Corporate Banking, Personal Financial Services, Private Wealth Management, Global Markets and Investment Banking.
Contact No: 6369 5588
Address: 6 Raffles Quay #23-01 Singapore 048580
ICBC Singapore Branch, the first overseas institution of ICBC, was established in 1993. Over years of arduous endeavor, ICBC Singapore Branch has become one of the leading commercial banks in Singapore, offering a full range of financial products and services covering retail banking, private banking, corporate banking and institutional banking. Over the years, with in-depth understanding of Chinese policies and China market, we have forged strategic cooperation with many leading multinational companies, Chinese companies, Singapore large corporations and SMEs, enabling them to expand and deepen their trade and investment in and out of China.