Make use of your UOB Personal Internet Banking to track your account balances
This is a savings account with a stylish passbook provided entirely free of charge. Despite this being a passbook savings account, you can still make use of UOB Personal Internet Banking and use it to track your account balances. Internet Banking will provide you the banking convenience where you can make banking transactions anytime at anywhere, banking conveniences literally at your fingertips.
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UOB Passbook Savings Account
The UOB Passbook Savings account is a simple savings account that is packed with benefits. Apart from the high daily interest rate, you can also enjoy a complimentary global ATM card or a 3-year fee waiver for your UOB Debit Card. Accessing your UOB Passbook Savings account won't be much of a problem as you are given access online which you can view at your own convience.1 reviews
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United Overseas Bank
United Overseas Bank (UOB), a Singaporean Multinational Organisation, was established on 6 august 1935 in Singapore by the name of United Chinese Bank (UCB), to Emphasise its link to the Chinese population in Singapore. The bank catered mainly to the Fujian community in its initial stages. However the bank grew immensely within a few years and in 1965, the bank was renamed to United Overseas Bank as it inaugurated its first overseas branch in Hong Kong. Today UOB is the third largest bank in Southeast Asia by total assets, having a market capitalization of $32.9 Billion. It is recognized as an excellent and professionally managed financial institution. It provides a wide range of financial services including personal financial services, wealth management, private banking, commercial and corporate banking, transaction banking, and investment banking. It has a network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific with a strong foothold in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and China.27 reviews