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  1. Banks, experts welcome loosening of rules for banks to invest in non-financial businesses

    Local banks welcome the streamlining of the anti-commingling framework as an opportunity to provide more seamless experiences for their customers ...
  2. DBS net profit up 1% to S$1.21b in Q1

  3. DBS Q4 net profit falls to 2-year low, bad debt charges jump

    Singapore's biggest lender posted a net profit of S$913 million for the fourth quarter, down 9 per cent from a year earlier.
  4. Want to trade like the big boys? This homegrown app could help you

    Social trading app Spiking, which allows retail investors to track the stock transactions and portfolios of sophisticated investors, raised S$1 ...
  5. Singapore banks’ outlook: What does it mean for investors?

    With profit growth likely to remain under pressure given the banks’ exposure to the struggling energy sector and an economic slowdown in China, ...
  6. Cashless and cardless transactions: How is Singapore getting there?

    As we move towards transacting without cash and cards, what are the implications for tech-enabled disruptors, as well as incumbents with a vested ...
  7. Digital push allows DBS to take on 'big countries': CEO

    Investments in digitising the bank has opened up new revenue streams at lower costs for Singapore’s biggest lender. Channel NewsAsia sat down with ...
  8. Panama Papers: Singapore reviewing information, doing ‘necessary checks’

    “Singapore takes a serious view on tax evasion and will not tolerate its business and financial centre being used to facilitate tax related ...
  9. DBS CEO highest paid among local bank chiefs last year

    According to DBS Group's latest annual report, CEO Piyush Gupta earned S$10.94 million last year, while Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) said ...
  10. DBS posts 20% increase in Q4 net profit, beats expectations

    DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, said its full-year net profit rose to a record S$4.45 billion in 2015.

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