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SCB TDSR Waiver: Is It a good time to refinance with SCB?

If you are hunting for a new refinancing package for your home loan, listen up. That’s because there is a SCB TDSR waiver subjected to some conditions. Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) is offering relaxed TDSR rules for those…

Standard Chartered opens international banking and priority private centre in Singapore

StanChart has opened its flagship intl banking and priority private centre at Ngee Ann City, making Singapore its first market ever to launch a centre for this specific segment. Priority private is a segment designed for high-net-worth clients…

Singapore’s emerging rich put their savings in bank accounts, but the ultra-rich put it in Reits: Report

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What sets the aspiring rich in Singapore apart from the actually wealthy? The answer could be where they put their savings, a new report by StanChart has found. The bank’s Wealth Expectancy Report 2019, published on Thurs surveyed…

Languishing real estate drags business sector into the red

While the strong rental & leasing and professional services segments have boosted business sector growth, the weakening real estate has towed it from the surface, particularly the weakened private residential property prices at 0.4% in 2Q16. The slip…

StanChart opens innovation lab in Singapore

Standard Chartered Bank (StanChart) on Wed announced the opening of its Asian innovation lab in Singapore. Called the eXellerator, the lab builds upon the bank’s technology centre in Silicon Valley, SC Studios, and is the first such dedicated…

S’pore operations still play key role in StanChart’s future

The woes besetting British lender Standard Chartered over the past three years have left their mark on Singapore. As one of the bank’s regional hubs with operations spanning commercial, retail and private banking and wealth management, Singapore has…

Moving HQ to Singapore makes sense for Standard Chartered: Aberdeen’s Young

Standard Chartered has a strong business case to move its headquarters from London to Singapore and save millions in taxes as, unlike HSBC, it doesn’t have a banking network in the UK, Aberdeen Asset Management said. A move…

Standard Chartered: Singapore home prices may fall more

Singapore’s home prices will probably fall further before the housing curbs introduced in the past five years are scaled back, Standard Chartered Plc, SEA head said. You would start to take away some of these measures if price…

Office Reits to outdo industrial: StanChart

Singapore’s office Reits are likely to offer higher dividend yields than industrial Reits by 2016, said Standard Chartered Research. This will be on the back of rising supply of business park space, which will depress rents. Warehouse rents…

Property love affair drives up debt levels

Singaporeans’ obsession with property has pushed their debt levels to a steep 75 per cent of GDP, doubling from 38 per cent in 2000. Household leverage at 75 per cent of GDP is high relative to other countries…

CDL may form Reit with its retail assets: StanChart

Developer City Developments (CDL) could spin off its retail properties into a listed investment trust to help it offset the tough operating climate here, say Standard Chartered analysts. They point out that the purchase last year of the…

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