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Old 06-01-2011, 02:10 AM   #1
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Old 06-01-2011, 02:10 AM   #2
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Latest update on S$ Deposit


#ANZ Singapore - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Bank of China - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Bank of East Asia
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Bank of India
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#CIMB - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates

#Citibank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates

#DBS/POSB - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Hong Leong Bank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates

#Hong Leong Finance - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#HSBC - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#ICBC Singapore
i) Click here for FD Rates

#ICICI Bank Singapore - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates

#India Overseas Bank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Indian Bank
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Maybank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates
ii) Click here for iSavvy TD rates

#OCBC - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Plus! - (Bank charges)
i) up to 0.4% -- Savings Account (min $0)

#RHB Bank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates
ii) 0.48% to 0.88% -- 3RIO account/Junior Banker Account (min $1k/$200)

#SGS-CO-OP

#Sing Investments & Finance
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Singapore Police Co-operative
i) Click here for FD Rates

#SINGAPURA Finance
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#Standard Chartered Bank - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for FD Rates

#State Bank of India - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#The Singapore Teachers' CO-OP
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates

#TCC
i) Click here for Savings

#UOB - (Bank charges)
i) Click here for Savings & FD Rates


* Pls call bank to double check % rate


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#Phillips' Online Electronic Mart System-POEMS
i) 0.1% -- Cash Management Account (min $50k)

#Fundsupermart & iFast Financial
i) Cash Fund (min $500)
Click here for Fundsupermart Daily Rates

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#Fundsupermart
i) Click here for SGS Bonds Yield

#Singapore Government Securities
i) Click here for Domestic Interbank Rates
ii) Click here for Treasury Bills & Bonds Daily Prices
iii) Click here for Announcements of T-Bill Results

Click here for Procedure to bid T-Bills from banks
Click here for T-Bills/SGS Bonds Application Form


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#Deposit Insurance Scheme
i) Click here for Deposit Insurance Scheme FAQ
ii) Click here for Deposit Insurance Scheme Members

#Singapore Government guarantee on deposits until 31 December 2010
i) Click here for Press Release

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#5-day Clearing Week for Cheques
i) Click here for 5-day Clearing Week FAQ

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#Bank Code & Branch Code
i) Click here for Bank Code and Branch Code

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Click here for
i) Singapore Fixed Deposits Blog
ii) Charges on using CPF Funds for Fixed Deposit/Investment
iii) Best Bank Deposit/Investment/Life Insurance/Loans (askmoney.com)

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Old 06-01-2011, 02:10 AM   #3
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Hi guys, i was wondering.. how does a step up deposit account like the SCB works? is it the same as a normal fixed deposit account?
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Old 06-01-2011, 02:17 AM   #4
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It is not a normal fixed deposit (since it is a step up kind).
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Old 06-01-2011, 03:12 AM   #5
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I am just wondering why close the old thread and open this thread?
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maybe thread too long causing database issues?
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Hi guys, i was wondering.. how does a step up deposit account like the SCB works? is it the same as a normal fixed deposit account?
the account balance must increase every month.

assuming that is so, the interest given shall be

for month 1 - 3, a%
for month 4-6, b%
for month 7-9, c%
for month 10-12, d%

where a<b<c<d.

after 12 months, the interest remains at d% but the account balance must still increase every month, otherwise start from a% again.
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Old 06-01-2011, 08:57 AM   #8
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Thanks for continuing the efforts in this useful thread!

Happy New Year!
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Old 06-01-2011, 10:05 AM   #9
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maybe thread too long causing database issues?
yes, new server or new vendor or new software cannot handle such big database~
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Old 06-01-2011, 04:13 PM   #10
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Then, I think the first thread should be renamed to Part 1 while this one is Part 2, to make it clearer and more correctly named.
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Old 06-01-2011, 05:20 PM   #11
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For Citibank Stepup, you need to add $ into your account, no matter even it's only $1. The interest rate will increase every month up to 12 month. If you withdraw more than what you deposit in a month, the interest rate will drop to the next tier. Flexible with ATM. But, the interest is SO LOW now around 0.3%, i don't think it worths the effort.

For SCB, just keep the amount for 1 year, the interest will be calculated and increased every 3 months. You are allowed to withdraw, but the interest rate amount that is started from the last calculation of interest rate will be forfeited. No partial withdrawal is allowed. There are another type of stepup that does not allow withdrawal till 2 years, higher interest.

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Old 06-01-2011, 05:38 PM   #12
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anyone saw the straits time ?

OCBC new year offer

0.88 pa from jan to april .

after that 0.40 .

68k above got abalone and rice give away hahaha.


i check all the FD rates across all banks..really like sai..

i got a fund of 100k with ocbc maturity ends tmr... thinking should continue with the above offer

i saw my last year form there state 0.75 pa i really shake head seeing the rates nowadays.
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Old 07-01-2011, 01:31 PM   #14
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source: http://www.ocbc.com/personal-banking...BonusPlus.shtm

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Old 07-01-2011, 07:27 PM   #15
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dun get bluff

fine print there say 0.88 is for jan to march 31 nia.

after that april onwards drop to 0.40 p.a

today i went place fixed deposit with UOB 0.80 pa one
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