DBS & POSB Swift Code To receive funds from an overseas party, you are required to provide DBS / POSB Bank's Swift Code DBSSSGSG.
Bank & Branch Code POSB/DBS's Bank code is 7171. All POSB accounts have a standard branch code of 081 while DBS accounts' branch code is the first 3 digits of the account number.
Common Reporting Standards (CRS) Common Reporting Standards is an international agreement to exchange financial account information in tax matters to identify account holders who are tax residents of other participating jurisdictions.
DBS & POSB Live Chat DBS & POSB Live Chat is an easy and secure service that allows you to resolve your enquiries or requests simply by chatting with us. No more waiting on the phone or emails!
Use SMS "Q" Get a Branch "Q" number via SMS and get notified when your turn is near, no more waiting in line at the branch!
Update Address Change your address with us easily via digibank, MyInfo or using our Video Teller Machine (VTM).
Update Email Address Change your email address with us easily via digibank, MyInfo or using our Video Teller Machine (VTM).
Update Mobile Number Change your mobile number with us immediately via digibank, MyInfo or using our Video Teller Machine (VTM).
Update Personal Details Update your Personal Details, Signature Records or Passport Number (for foreigners) if you have recently changed it.
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