How do I sign up for Standard Chartered Baby Bonus Child Development Account (CDA)?

Steps to join the Baby Bonus Scheme

Step 1 : Obtain Baby Bonus Kit from Baby Bonus One-Stop Service Centre or Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF)

Step 2 : Submit the Baby Bonus (BB) Form and Standard Chartered CDA application form at any of the Birth Registration Counters (BRCs) or Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)

(If you did not submit the Standard Chartered CDA application form at the BRCs with Forms BB1 and BB2, and if your child is eligible for the CDA, MSF will send you a Letter of Authorisation to open the CDA at the bank branch)

Step 3 : Refer to the following table for a list of BRCs locations and the documents required:

Channels Documents Required Locations
Baby Bonus One-Stop Service
1. Original NRIC/ Passport of Trustee
2. Original active bank book/ bank
statement (less than 3 months old) of Trustee
3. Original Birth Certificate/ Certificate of
Citizenship of Beneficiary
4. Original completed Child Development Account Application Form BB 4(B)
BRCs at hospitals
1. Parkway East Hospital
2. KK Women's and Children's Hospital
3. Mount Alvernia Hospital>
4. Mount Elizabeth Hospital
5. National University Hospital
6. Raffles Hospital
7. Singapore General Hospital
8. Thomson Medical Centre
? Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
Any Standard Chartered branches
1. Original MSF Letter of Authorisation
2. Original NRIC/ Passport of Trustee
3. Copy of Birth Certificate/ Certificate of Citizenship/Passport of Beneficiary
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