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  • OCBC - Who we are -Leaders - Board of Directors
    of Certified Public Accountants Age 62 MR LAI TECK POH Mr Lai was appointed to the Board on 1 June 2010 and elected as a Director on 15 April 2011 He served more than 20 years in OCBC Bank in several senior capacities including Head of Corporate Banking Head of Information Technology Central Operations and Head of Risk Management He was Head Group Audit prior to retiring in April 2010 Before joining OCBC Bank he was Managing Director of Citicorp Investment Bank Singapore Ltd and had served stints with Citibank N A in Jakarta London and New York He is presently a Director of AV Jennings Ltd WBL Corporation Ltd OCBC Bank Malaysia Berhad and OCBC Al Amin Bank Berhad and a Commissioner of PT Bank OCBC NISP Tbk Mr Lai holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the University of Singapore Age 67 MR LEE SENG WEE Mr Lee was first appointed to the Board on 25 February 1966 and last re appointed as a Director on 15 April 2011 He was Chairman of OCBC Bank from 1 August 1995 to 30 June 2003 and continues to serve on the Board Executive Committee and the Board Nominating Committee He is presently Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Temasek Trust and a Director of several companies including Great Eastern Holdings Ltd Lee Rubber Group Companies and Lee Foundation Mr Lee holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering from the University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario Age 81 DR LEE TIH SHIH Dr Lee was first appointed to the Board on 4 April 2003 and last re elected as a Director on 15 April 2011 He is presently an Associate Professor at the Duke University Medical School in Durham USA and Duke NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore He has previously served in senior positions at both OCBC Bank and the Monetary Authority of Singapore He is a Director of Lee Foundation and several Lee Rubber Group Companies Dr Lee graduated with M D and Ph D degrees from Yale University He also holds a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from Imperial College London Age 48 MR COLM MCCARTHY Mr McCarthy was first appointed to the Board on 1 November 2008 and elected as a Director on 17 April 2009 He served for 29 years with Bank of America where he last held the position of President Bank of America Asia from 2001 to 2008 He had held various key positions in Bank of America including Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Head of South Asia and Head of Southeast Asia and was a Board Member of Bank of America s legal entities in Singapore Malaysia Hong Kong and Japan He is presently a Director of Bank of Singapore Ltd Wheelock Properties S Ltd and The Irish Chamber of Commerce Singapore He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Business Studies from University College Dublin Age

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  • OCBC Bank - Leaders - Board Committees
    search for the Director The Board reviews the recommendation of the Nominating Committee and appoints the new Director subject to the approval of the MAS In accordance with our Articles the new Director will hold office until the next annual general meeting and if eligible the Director can stand for re election The Nominating Committee comprises Mrs Fang Ai Lian Chairman Dr Cheong Choong Kong Mr Lee Seng Wee Professor Neo Boon Siong and Dato Ooi Sang Kuang Show more Audit Committee The Audit Committee performs the functions specified in the Companies Act Chapter 50 of Singapore the 2005 Code the listing manual of the SGX ST and the MAS corporate governance regulations and guidelines The Board approved the terms of reference of the Audit Committee The Committee may meet at any time but no less than four times a year It has full access to and co operation from management and has the discretion to invite any Director and executive officer to attend its meetings It has explicit authority to investigate any matter within its terms of reference In addition to the review of the consolidated financial statements the Audit Committee reviews and evaluates with the external and internal auditors the adequacy of the system of internal controls including financial operational and compliance controls and risk management policies and systems It reviews the scope and results of the audits the cost effectiveness of the audits and the independence and objectivity of the external auditors When the external auditors provide non audit services to us the Committee keeps the nature extent and costs of such services under review This is to balance the objectivity of the external auditors against their ability to provide value for money services The Audit Committee also reviews significant financial reporting issues and judgments to ensure the integrity of the financial statements and announcements relating to financial performance We have in place a whistle blowing policy and the Audit Committee reviews concerns including anonymous complaints which staff may in confidence raise about possible improprieties in matters of financial reporting or other matters and have the concerns independently investigated and followed up It meets at least once a year with the external auditors and internal auditors in separate sessions and without the presence of management to consider any matters which might be raised privately In addition the Chairman of the Audit Committee meets the internal auditors on a regular basis to discuss the work undertaken key findings and any other significant matters arising from our operations Formal reports are sent to the Audit Committee on a regular basis The Board is updated on these reports The Audit Committee has received the requisite disclosures from the external auditors evidencing the latter s independence It is satisfied that the financial professional and business relationships between the OCBC Group and the external auditors are compatible with maintaining the independence of the external auditors Where appropriate the Audit Committee has adopted relevant best practices set out in the Guidebook for Audit

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Employees
    skills through on the job training in house training programmes courses and other management development programmes Our employees are encouraged to take charge of their own careers through our Career Best Program This programme allows them to evaluate their strengths and career orientation and find the best fit between their talents and OCBC s organisational needs Through our Internal Job Posting Programme we provide employees the choice to pursue job opportunities across the OCBC Group locally and overseas This career mobility opportunity is key to attracting and retaining talents in the organisation Overseas postings are offered to employees who have the right skill sets and aspire to gain work experience in the different markets that we operate in Work life Integration We offer various work life integration programmes to help our employees succeed in their careers and personal lives We also organise team building activities to promote staff bonding Online health and security dashboard Our online health and security dashboard captures the health and security profile of countries in which OCBC has a presence The Health indicator shows possible threats such as disease outbreaks while the Security indicator provides warnings of riots terrorist activities or natural disasters Employees who are

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  • OCBC - Who we are -Heritage - Malaysia
    Cycling Awards Heritage Singapore Malaysia Indonesia China Heritage Malaysia Since its incorporation in 1994 OCBC Bank Malaysia Berhad OCBC Malaysia has grown to become one of Malaysia s largest foreign banks by total assets and non bank loans Its Islamic banking subsidiary OCBC Al Amin Bank Berhad OCBC Al Amin was the first Singapore based Islamic Bank established in Malaysia in 2008 As part of the liberalisation efforts of the

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  • OCBC - Who we are -Heritage - Indonesia
    PT Bank NISP Tbk Bank NISP our joint venture partner in PT OCBC Indonesia since 1996 Bank NISP s business focus complements OCBC Bank s strengths and target growth segments in the SME and consumer banking business With the completion of this transaction Bank NISP became an associate company of OCBC Bank Bank NISP was ranked the 12th largest Indonesian bank by assets and had a network of 135 branches

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  • OCBC - Who we are -Heritage - China
    subsidiary in China headquartered in Shanghai OCBC Bank China Ltd OCBC China This marked a new phase in our long history in the country Within 3 years there were 11 main branches and sub branches While most foreign banks in China have taken the route of expanding mainly through organic growth we place equal emphasis on growth through local strategic alliances In 2006 OCBC Bank became the first Singapore bank

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  • OCBC - Who we are -Strategy
    combined Singapore Malaysia market Products We will build more best in class products and strive to become known for product innovation by sustaining 15 revenue contribution from new products annually We aim to be one of the top 3 banks for wealth management credit cards and unsecured lending in the combined Singapore Malaysia market Risk management We will expand our balance sheet proactively to deliver enhanced risk return and execute our Basel II implementation plan in line with regulatory guidelines We aim to maintain our position as one of the highest rated banks in Asia Pacific Productivity We will leverage on our cross border processing hubs in Singapore and Malaysia to deliver further efficiency gains We strive to be an efficient low cost service provider People We will build people resources with a focus on diversity cross border management skill sets and competencies to support our overseas expansion efforts We will maintain our share ownership schemes so that all our employees can easily own OCBC shares We aim to continually improve employee satisfaction so that we are increasingly recognised as a regional employer of choice Shareholder value We aim to deliver 10 earnings per share growth annually as well as achieve and sustain ROE of above 12 We will periodically review our target minimum dividend payout of 45 of core earnings for possible increase We will continue to divest non core assets at the right time and invest the gains in core financial services growth opportunities and return excess capital to shareholders via share buyback programmes We will continue to focus on delivering a superior and differentiated customer experience in order to gain a sustainable competitive advantage The key elements in improving service delivery include leveraging customer insights to develop and implement superior customer value propositions focusing on quality and

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Group Business Overview
    Bank group of businesses comprises a family of companies owned by Singapore s longest established local bank Our heritage dates back to 1912 Since the time of our founders we have always understood the financial needs of our customers and developed financial solutions that meet thir needs To address increasingly diverse needs across different communities and geographies OCBC Bank has expanded and acquired businesses beyond the realm of commercial banking OCBC Bank has been ranked by Bloomberg Markets magazine as the World s Strongest Bank for 2 years 2011 and 2012 The second largest banking group in Singapore by total assets We operate our banking business as OCBC Bank Bank OCBC NISP and Bank of Singapore in over 15 countries and have strategic stakes in other financial services businesses operating under independent brands Insurance Great Eastern Asset management Lion Global Investors Brokerage OCBC Securities and Bank of Singapore Securities Global Banking Through these businesses we offer a comprehensive range of specialist financial and wealth management services including deposit taking and personal lending credit cards corporate and enterprise banking cash management international trade financing investment banking private banking treasury stockbroking insurance and asset management We are listed on the SGX ST

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