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Important Information

Updates to Pricing Guide effective 28 Feb 2019 – Notice

Please be informed that changes will be made to the following fees and charges effective 28 February 2019 (inclusive):

Overseas Cash Withdrawal / Transactions at Cirrus ATMs (worldwide)

Current Fees/Charges:

2% of amount withdrawn, subject to a minimum of S$5 and maximum of S$60 per withdrawal

The above will be revised to:

2% of amount withdrawn, subject to

– a minimum of S$5 and maximum of S$60 per withdrawal

– a minimum of US$5 and maximum of US$60 per withdrawal for USD accounts.

Returned Cheque

Current Fees/Charges:

S$50 per cheque

The above will be revised to:

S$40 per cheque

Outward Telegraphic Transfers (OTT) – Commission in lieu:

Debit FCY account (incl. Time Deposits):

Commission in lieu

Online Non-Online
Current Fees/Charges: 1/16% in lieu of exchange;

Min.  US$5,

Max. US$350

1/8% in lieu of exchange;

Min.  US$10,

Max. US$700

The above will be revised to: 1/16% in lieu of exchange;

Min.  US$5,

Max. US$100

1/8% in lieu of exchange;

Min.  US$10,

Max. US$100

Please also note that overseas bank charges (including correspondent / intermediary bank charges) are applicable (if any) for OTT.

Please note that our Pricing Guide will be amended accordingly and the above changes will be effective from 28 February 2019 (inclusive). For the latest copy of our Pricing Guide, please visit https://av.sc.com/sg/content/docs/scb-retail-pricing-guide.pdf.

*Deposit Insurance Scheme

Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to $50,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.