The Bank of East Asia – Bank in Singapore

The Bank of East Asia (BEA) has one bank branch available in Singapore, located within BEA Building (60 Robinson Road).

Incorporated in Hong Kong in 1918, the bank is today one of the major financial services companies of the world, dedicated to offering comprehensive corporate banking, personal banking, wealth management, and investment services to its customers.

At its home banking market, Hong Kong, BEA is the largest independent local bank in terms of total consolidated assets. The bank is also listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange, being one of the constituent stocks of the Hang Seng Index.

The Bank of East Asia - Banks in Singapore.

The Singaporean branch was opened to customers back in 1952.

Today, the branch operates as a full licensed bank with Asian Currency Unit (“ACU”) operation, providing a vital link between business enterprises in Hong Kong and Singapore, as well as serving a wider customer base within the ASEAN region.

At the branch, which is located in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, you’ll find a wide range of financial services.

These services have been designed to meet both corporate and individual needs in areas including retail banking, corporate banking, trade finance, treasury services, foreign currency deposits, foreign currency exchange, cyberbanking services, commercial lending, and securities services.

For personal banking, the main service areas available include property loans, dual currency investments, structured deposits, remittances, cheques for collection, foreign currency banknotes (AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, HKD, NZD, USD), safe deposit boxes, savings accounts, current accounts, and fixed deposit accounts.

The Bank of East Asia (BEA) – Bank in Singapore
60 Robinson Road, Level 3, BEA Building
Singapore 068892
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3:30pm
hkbea.com.sg

The Bank of East Asia has an official Facebook brand available at facebook.com/hkbea/.


Following the Facebook channel, you’ll receive updates related to the bank’s operations in the Asian market, their events, and more.