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    Ride on Asia’s powerhouse economy and rapid infrastructure development. Make the most of opportunities in emerging markets across the region. And expand your presence well beyond the shores of Indonesia. As a DBS Treasures customer, you can tap the impressive resources and reach of Asia’s leading financial group to build your wealth.

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Meet our finest and most talented professionals - a team that brings
together many years of expertise and experience in building wealth.

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In-depth local knowledge and understanding from our multi-award winning Chief Investment Office strategists. Our deep, talented pool of over 80 analysts will help you grow your wealth and ensure you’re always in tune and in step with the latest in the equity, property and foreign exchange markets.

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FX Service

FX Service

Get competitive rates and transfer fees for transactions in various foreign currencies.

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UT Saving Plan

UT Saving Plan

For you to invest in the stock market on a regular basis with your choice period of time.

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Personal Interest Rate

Personal Interest Rate

Find the latest Interest Rate at DBS Indonesia here.

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Convert Currency

Quickly convert any major currency

1 SGD = 48.3092 INR
1 INR = 0.0207 SGD

Mid-market rates:   Thu, 23 Nov 2017 10:01:34 UTC

Research

  • Insights and Analysis
  • Economics Daily
  • Markets
  • Insights and Analysis
  • Economics Daily
  • Markets

Stellar Q3; momentum to carry over into 2018

November 23, 2017

Singapore’s economy grew a stellar 5.2% in 3Q17, thanks to a solid performance by manufacturers. This momentum should continue into the new year, led by the services sector.

Indonesia in 2018/19: Higher gear?

November 20, 2017

The Indonesian economy may expand at a quicker pace next year and in 2019, thanks to favourable domestic tailwinds and potentially positive external factors; investors should find Indonesian bonds and equities attractive.

Another week of record inflows into ETFs

November 20, 2017

Despite the choppiness witnessed in US equities, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) logged another week of record inflows. For more on ETFs, check out Weekly Global ETF Commentary.

Bond sell-off deepens despite cash injection

November 23, 2017

China’s bond yields remain elevated at a multi-year high in spite of PBoC’s cash injection this week; a major challenge for Beijing will be to contain leverage without turning the ongoing ...

Asian currencies stand out

November 23, 2017

November continues to be an outstanding month for Asian currencies. For more on currencies and rates, check out our Overnight Wrap and the Day Ahead.

External trade faces headwinds

November 22, 2017

The traditional mix of India’s export basket has prevented the economy from benefiting from the upturn in the regional export cycle. This, along with firm imports, spells trouble for the current account deficit.

US stocks drop

November 23, 2017

Federal Reserve minutes tilt dovish

Asian bourses mostly higher

November 23, 2017

Investors remain sanguine over global growth outlook and equity gains

The dollar sinks

November 23, 2017

The currency falters on Federal Reserve’s inflation concern

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Awards

DBS is honoured to be recognised as the Bank of the Year, Asia by The Banker, a member of the Financial Times Group, and also as the Derivatives House of the Year, Asia ex-Japan by Asia Risk.

We would like to dedicate our progress over the years to each and every one of our customers and employees in the region. Your belief in DBS inspires us to continuously lead the way and shape the future of banking in Asia.

Private Wealth, Wealth Management and Investment 2014

Private Wealth, Wealth Management and Investment 2014

2014
Best Foreign Exchange Bank

Best Foreign Exchange Bank

2013
Best Overall Domestic Cash Management Service

Best Overall Domestic Cash Management Service

2012
Best Arranger of Institutional Loans for Indonesia

Best Arranger of Institutional Loans for Indonesia

2012
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