Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC)

Broker's Calls

Singapore banks could see softer growth momentum ahead, analysts warn

SINGAPORE (Dec 2): Singapore banks could see weaker margins ahead from falling interest rates, but analysts say growth could be lifted by overall positive momentum.

Fintech

Singtel said to be talking to Grab on Singapore digital bank bid

SINGAPORE (Nov 28): Singapore Telecommunications is in talks with companies including Grab Holdings Inc to jointly bid for a digital banking licence in the city-state, according to people familiar

M&A

OCBC said to decide against offer for Indonesia's Permata

(Nov 15): Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp.

Banking & finance

Event risk puts banks in the spotlight

Are the local banks sufficiently diversified to withstand the unrest in Hong Kong? Will they still be profitable and pay dividends?

Banking & finance

Banks look to a digital future; wealth management to support growth

(Nov 18): On Nov 14, 11 banks in Hong Kong, including HSBC, OCBC Wing Hang and DBS Hong Kong, announced branch closures because of the protests in the Special Administrative Region.

Disruption and Digitalisation

At OCBC, banking is about lifestyle and digital transformation

SINGAPORE (Nov 11): These days, banks are no longer just providers of financial services. With smartphones and artificial intelligence (AI), banking apps know a lot more about their users.

Yield watch

Slowing economy and flat earnings turn banks into yield plays

(Nov 11): Amid a slowing economy, banks are being increasingly looked upon as yield plays.

Investing ideas

Analysts stay lukewarm on OCBC amid limited catalysts on near-term horizon

SINGAPORE (Nov 6): Analysts are maintaining their cautious stances on Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC), despite the bank reporting a set of 3Q results that were in line with consensus estimates.

M&A

Yanlord Land revives $2.60 per share offer to buy over United Engineers

SINGAPORE (Oct 25): Yanlord Land Group, the China-based property developer, has made an offer to pay $2.60 for each United Engineers share it does not own.

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