OCBC is offering a rate of 1.4% for a 12-month Singapore-dollar time deposit if fresh funds of $20,000 to $999,999 are deposited http://www.ocbc.com.sg/personal-banking/Accounts/sgd-fixed-deposit.html
Bank of China is offering a rate of 1.38% for a 9-month Singapore-dollar time deposit if fresh funds of $50,000 to $199,999 are deposited http://www.bankofchina.com/sg/bocinfo/bi2/201501/t20150127_4534717.html
For other bank’s rates, pls visit http://singaporedepositrate.com/rate-data
Standard Chartered Bank is offering an rate of 1.5 per cent for a three-month Singapore-dollar time deposit if fresh funds of $25,000 to $200,000 are deposited https://www.sc.com/sg/promotion/2014/timedeposit/
CIMB Bank is giving 1.25 per cent in interest for a 12-month fixed deposit with a minimum amount of $25,000
ANZ is paying an effective interest rate of 1.55 per cent for a 24-month step-up time deposit with a $150,000 minimum. link
Citigold clients get 1.2 per cent a year on a six-month Singdollar time deposit with new funds of between $100,000 and $1 million.
HSBC’s Premier customers can earn 1.3 per cent for a 10-month term deposit of $30,000 to $1.5 million, while its Advance clients will get 1.25 per cent.
Maybank’s new promotion of a 24-month Singdollar time deposit of at least $50,000 will pay 1.55 per cent in interest link
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Note: This is not a classic Fixed Deposit product.
Credit your salary to your OCBC 360 account. Your salary must carry out via GIRO with a description of “GIRO-SALARY”.
Pay 3 bills every month using OCBC 360 account.
OCBC Credit Card spending needs to be at least $400/month. The transaction date is used as the basis for inclusion into a particular month and not the posting date which can be 1-2 days later.