Lastest S$ Deposit updates - Part 3

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Renewed 12 months FD at Bangkok Bank two days ago. Interest rate was 2.1%

Their interest rate for fresh funds is 2.2%. Minimum $50K.
 

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Renewed 12 months FD at Bangkok Bank two days ago. Interest rate was 2.1%

Their interest rate for fresh funds is 2.2%. Minimum $50K.

Oh Bangkok Bank reduced min sum to 50k?
They have been asking for min 200k fresh...
 

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Just did a deposit with RHB. Their 2.18% FD rate is a straightfwd FD, min $20k for 24 mths. You ll still get 2% interest rate if you complete 12 mths and decide to withdraw. Thanks Alex22
Swee. My cimb 1.90 once mature end apr, hope still hv rhb to move to 2.18
 

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Oh Bangkok Bank reduced min sum to 50k?
They have been asking for min 200k fresh...

Yeah. I purposely asked. I kinda expect them to say minimum is $200K but the agent said $50K. Anyone interested should call ahead before heading down.
 

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Hi all,

While i try to digest from last page for the last 30 days post for the latest offerings, if anyone can share what's the highest monthly payout currently... meaning instead of per annum...where interest etc is calculated per month...


Cheers,

Jeremy
 

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Hi all,

While i try to digest from last page for the last 30 days post for the latest offerings, if anyone can share what's the highest monthly payout currently... meaning instead of per annum...where interest etc is calculated per month...


Cheers,

Jeremy

Have you seen the DBS Multiplier, OCBC360, UOB One, Maybank SaveUp, BOC SmartSaver, Citi Maxigain accounts?

Utilise these accounts first. They are the most popular here.

You can make use of the calculators on the respective bank websites.
 

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Have you seen the DBS Multiplier, OCBC360, UOB One, Maybank SaveUp, BOC SmartSaver, Citi Maxigain accounts?

Utilise these accounts first. They are the most popular here.

You can make use of the calculators on the respective bank websites.


Yes I'm currently looking at them...Is Citibank Maxigain really worth it? I think it generates lesser than the enhanced savings plans (interest due to salary credit etc) since its per month interest...
 

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Yes I'm currently looking at them...Is Citibank Maxigain really worth it? I think it generates lesser than the enhanced savings plans (interest due to salary credit etc) since its per month interest...

Yes it's definitely no frills and easy.

You can set up first and keep 15k. Wait 1 year to complete step up.

Then transfer more money in.

Do look out for the priority or citigold welcome cash gifts.

I think I got a few hundreds just to join. The gifts are different now.
 

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Yeah. I purposely asked. I kinda expect them to say minimum is $200K but the agent said $50K. Anyone interested should call ahead before heading down.

I called Bangkok bank earlier. The promotion rate is 200k for 2.2% for fresh funds. 🙄

Bringing my funds to RHB.
 

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Yes it's definitely no frills and easy.

You can set up first and keep 15k. Wait 1 year to complete step up.

Then transfer more money in.

Do look out for the priority or citigold welcome cash gifts.

I think I got a few hundreds just to join. The gifts are different now.

New to Bank SCB priority can get 100K miles, that is worth 1 return business class ticket to Japan.

Need referral can pm me.
 

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thus far maybank isavvy best. min 10K already 2% p.a. for the next 2 months.
 
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