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  • OCBC - Who we are - Group Business - Private Banking
    Banking OCBC Bank offers private banking services under the Bank of Singapore brand name serving high net worth individuals and wealthy families Bank of Singapore was launched in January 2010 following OCBC Bank s purchase of ING Asia Private Bank which was subsequently combined with OCBC Private Bank As a dedicated private bank headquartered in Singapore it is solely focused on the private banking business Independently managed it is nimble

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Group Business - Insurance
    Committees Management Team Sustainability Customers Communities Employees Environment UN Global Compact Sponsorships Arts Business Awards Cycling Awards Heritage Singapore Malaysia Indonesia China Insurance OCBC Bank operates its insurance business under its 87 owned subsidiary Great Eastern Holdings Great Eastern is the largest insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia in terms of assets and market share Its agency force in Singapore and Malaysia is over 18 000 strong Great Eastern s

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Communities
    will contribute S 100 for the first S 50 deposited into a qualified CDA Under the Government s Baby Bonus Scheme the government will match dollar for dollar both OCBC s and the parents contributions resulting in a total deposit of S 300 in the account The savings in the CDA can be used by the family for the child s expenses incurred at Approved Institutions AIs registered with MSF under the Baby Bonus Scheme Up to 2 500 low income families will benefit from this 250 000 savings initiative through this scheme To find out more click on this link Staff volunteerism Beyond cash contributions our employees also offer their time and skills to enrich the lives of the children and youth in the key countries that OCBC Bank operates in Singapore Children s Society Our staff volunteers have enriched the lives of the children at SCS through various initiatives These include computer workshops reading programmes and visits to various places of interest The Straits Times Pocket Money Fund Employees from our various divisions organize activities to raise funds for the Straits Times ST School Pocket Money Fund Initiated in 2000 The ST School Pocket Money Fund aims to provide needy children with pocket money for school Funds are administered and disbursed through the National Council of Social Service NCSS The Fund has benefited 73 500 children from low income families Willing Hearts To provide our staff with additional options for volunteerism we partnered Willing Hearts through the OCBC Recreation Club Willing Hearts is a 100 volunteer based non profit organisation that works with underprivileged needy and marginalised members of society A major part of its work involves operating a soup kitchen that serves up to 2 000 people daily Supporting education We encourage and support academic excellence by awarding book prizes and bond free scholarships to outstanding young adults from Singapore Malaysia Indonesia and China so that they can pursue a higher education in Singapore and Malaysia To date we have awarded more than 800 bond free undergraduate scholarships to outstanding young Singaporeans and Malaysians to enable them to read subjects of their choice at local universities We also offer these OCBC scholars and other undergraduates the opportunity to gain work experience in the banking environment through our Structured Internship programme In Malaysia we are continuing our efforts to identify a suitable non profit children s organisation to support at a corporate level on a larger scale For now our CSR efforts in Malaysia are staff initiated efforts centred on helping under privileged children Supporting education We encourage and support academic excellence by awarding book prizes and bond free scholarships to outstanding young adults from Singapore Malaysia Indonesia and China so that they can pursue a higher education in Singapore and Malaysia We also offer these OCBC scholars and other undergraduates the opportunity to gain work experience in the banking environment through our Structured Internship programme Our philanthropic heritage of supporting children and education extends to China where

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Environment
    Awards Cycling Awards Heritage Singapore Malaysia Indonesia China Sustainability Environment We began our green journey in 2007 by adopting practices like recycling and energy saving measures in our buildings In Singapore our customers can choose to receive electronic versions of their statements Our head offices now feature energy saving lighting and air conditioning systems as well as automatic sensor taps in toilets and recycling bins In May 2011 we received

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  • OCBC - Who we are - UN Global Compact
    changes As a corporate citizen we proactively encourage community growth and development voluntarily putting in place good business and employee policies practices and guidelines and doing our part to protect the environments in which we operate By partnering like minded organisations we hope to learn and share best practices in aligning operations and strategies with universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights labour the environment and the fight

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  • OCBC - Who we are - Customers
    fair dealing Our corporate governance practices conform to the regulatory guidelines issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd Caring for our customers We put our customers at the heart of everything we do We focus on making sure that we deliver with zero defects on time and all the time making the customer s experience an exceptional one We provide our customers with

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  • OCBC - Sponsorships The Arts
    to art lovers In recognition of our long term support for the local arts scene we were accorded the Distinguished Patron of the Arts Award by the National Arts Council in 2011 for the 13 th time Event sponsorships We have sponsored arts performances and events by local arts organisations including ACT 3 International I Theatre Singapore Lyric Opera Singapore Dance Theatre Dream Academy The Theatre Practice Toy Factory Productions and W LD RICE We also partnered highly sought after local artists to bring their works to the community In 2011 we supported the Tracking Memories exhibition a collaboration between prominent businessman and avid photographer Mr Kwek Leng Beng and watercolour maestro Mr Ong Kim Seng to honour the historical railway Tanjong Pagar in Singapore Exclusive privileges for art lovers We recognise there is a growing trend of Singaporeans who appreciate the arts and we want to play a part in making the arts an integral part of their lives Our customers enjoy exclusive privileges for theatre and concert performances as well as pottery art and music lessons when they use the OCBC Arts Platinum MasterCard Grooming young talents We also believe in playing a part in nurturing the financially

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  • Sponsorships-Business-Awards
    only award in Singapore that offers up to S 390 000 in interest free loans grants and professional services to each of the top three winners In addition two Best Innovation Award winners will each receive S 30 000 worth of Information and Communication Technology ICT prizes The award is supported by RSM Chio Lim SPRING Singapore NUS Extension Acorn Marketing Research Consultants and SingTel The Enterprise 50 E50 Awards The Enterprise 50 Awards was created in 1995 to recognise top performing local enterprises across all sectors that have contributed to the economic development in Singapore and abroad It has since become a definitive list of the 50 most enterprising privately held local companies in Singapore A strong advocate for enterprise and entrepreneurship OCBC Bank has been sponsoring the E50 Awards since 2006 The award is jointly organised by The Business Times and KPMG in Singapore Supporting partners comprise the Singapore Business Federation Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore International Enterprise Singapore and SPRING Singapore The Business China Awards The Business China Awards honour outstanding businessmen entrepreneurs professionals and organisations who have contributed to enhancing relations between Singapore and China and fostering appreciation of the Chinese language and culture The patron of the award is former Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew As a Singapore bank with a long history in China OCBC Bank has been the joint presenter of the Business China Awards since its launch in 2010 Our support underscores our commitment to strengthen engagements between the two countries and to support the international development of our local enterprises The Entrepreneur of the Year Award EYA The Entrepreneur of the Year Award salutes and honours top local entrepreneurs who have demonstrated outstanding performance as business owners in their chosen field of entrepreneurship Inaugurated in 1989 by the Rotary Club of

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