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Standard Chartered Debt Consolidation Plan / Standard Chartered Bank Singapore

Debt consolidation loans from Standard Chartered are a part of a debt consolidation plan. The plan consists of the loan and a Platinum MasterCard. Effective interest rate of 7.70% and loan lengths can stretch from three years all the way through to ten years with regular fees for the Platinum MasterCard charged. They charge a joining fee of S$199 and S$250 for early redemption fee

Enjoy the convinence of merging debts into one account with a fixed interest rate.

Citi Debt Consolidation Plan / Citibank Singapore

Debt consolidation loans from Citibank allow you to merge debts into one account with a fixed interest rate. Citibank bundles the debt consolidation loan into the Citibank Debt Consolidation Plan. This plan also provides you with a capped revolving credit facility, to be used as a payment method for daily expenses. If you need to get your debts organised, consider a debt consolidation plan from Citibank.

UOB's debt consolidation plan is an effective yet expensive alternative to other plans

UOB Debt Consolidation Plan / United Overseas Bank

UOB's debt consolidation plan is best viewed as an expensive alternative to other plans because the bank advertises interest rates that are higher than those of its competitors. Borrowers that have not previously used UOB's services are however eligible for slightly better rates but it is unclear what rates these borrowers will receive in due to the vague wording on the UOB's website

Offering material savings for those with a significant amount of debt.

DBS Debt Consolidation Plan / DBS Bank

POSB and DBS are offering the most significant promotional deal for debt consolidation loans. This promotion provides a cashback of 3% of the approved loan amount to borrowers. This can result in material savings, especially for those with a significant amount of debt. While the banks charges S$99 for processing fee, it is rather insignificant for applicants that receive the cashback promotion. Additionally POSB and DBS advertise flat interest rates as low as 3.98% (7.23% EIR). These rates are among the lowest available in our review of debt consolidation plans in Singapore however, they are not guaranteed.

Low interest rates and awesome cash rebates

Maybank Debt Consolidation Plan / Maybank Singapore

Maybank's promotional interest rates for its debt consolidation loans are as low as 3.88%; EIR 6.92% making it an affordable option for borrowers that are able to obtain the bank's best rates. Additionally, Maybank is offering a cash rebate of S$388 to approve applicants. Maybank's current promotions for its debt consolidation plans make these loans a competitive option.

HSBC stands out as one of a few lenders that provides details regarding its interest rates

HSBC Debt Consolidation Loan / HSBC Bank Singapore

HSBC offers the lowest guaranteed flat and effective interest rates for debt consolidation loans in Singapore. Additionally, it is currently waiving its application fee for online applicants, which is normally S$88 or 1% of the loan amount. While other lenders advertise lower rates than HSBC, they use vague language such as "as low as" that indicates that borrowers may actually be offered substantially higher rates. For this reason, HSBC stands out as one of a few lenders that provides details regarding its interest rates. Additionally, it offers the lowest rates among banks that guarantee interest rates published online.