SINGAPORE’S banking sector will face greater headwinds over the coming quarters from the double whammy of the latest property cooling measures and rising trade tensions between the US and China, a...

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BANK EARNINGS

SINGAPORE banks are bracing for a slowdown in the home loan space in the coming years given the latest property cooling measures, but note that most of the current mortgage book should stay intact...

OCBC expects to re-price parts of its Singapore mortgage book in the second half of the year, a move that should lift its net interest margin (NIM) gradually. This comes as its expansion in NIM in...

OCBC is pursuing an idea of a "digital bank" in Indonesia, said its chief executive officer Samuel Tsien on Monday at the bank's results briefing, as Singapore's second-largest...

OCBC Bank on Monday reported a net profit of S$1.21 billion for the second quarter of 2018, climbing 16 per cent from S$1.04 billion a year ago, even as CEO Samuel Tsien warned that the operating...

SEAN Kidney is taking stock of climate action, and it's safe to say, he's not pleased with the progress. Speaking to participants at a recent green finance conference in Singapore, the CEO...

UOB chief Wee Ee Cheong said housing prices could fall 5-10 per cent in time, following the recent property cooling measures by the government, calling it his "gut feel". ...

SOUTH-EAST Asia's largest bank DBS has flagged heightened macroeconomic uncertainty for the second half of the year, with its chief fretting over the spillover effects from the new wave of US-...

BANKING JOBS

AMID lingering concerns of automation and digital technology displacing jobs in Singapore's financial industry, the sector's national accreditation agency has launched its one-stop career...