OCBC: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited

O39.SI : Singapore Exchange



Share Price in SGD. As of 10:21:40 SGT

OCBC: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited announced distribution per share (DPS) of S$0.42

28 Feb 2024 • Upcoming dividend

OCBC: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (O39.SI) Share Price


Key stats

  • 52-Week High
    SGD 13.990
  • 52-Week Low
    SGD 12.000
  • Market Cap
    SGD 63B
  • Avg Volume
  • P/E Ratio (TTM)
  • Forward Dividend Yield

Consensus Share Price Target

Price Target: $14.576


Source: SGX as of 23 Apr 2024

Share Price Performance

1 Day 0.21% 0.10%
5 Day 3.10% 3.30%
1 Month 3.71% 1.08%
6 Month 10.07% 6.73%
YTD 8.28% 0.90%
1 Year 13.93% 1.65%
5 Year 22.72% -1.89%
Include dividend return

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Company Description

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corpn Ltd was incorporated in Singapore on 31 October 1932 to carry on business in banking and finance. The Bank is the successor to Chinese Commercial Bank Ltd, Ho Hong Bank Ltd and the Overseas-Chinese Bank Ltd. OCBC Bank offers a comprehensive range of banking services and financial solutions in consumer banking, business banking, international banking, global treasury and investment management. The OCBC Group has diverse subsidiaries that are involved in financial futures, regional stockbroking, trustee, nominee and custodian services, property development and hotel management. In August 2001, OCBC Bank acquired Keppel Capital Holdings Ltd and all its subsidiaries, including Keppel TatLee Bank Ltd, Keppel Securities Pte Ltd and Keppel TatLee Finance Ltd. On 25 February 2002, OCBC Bank and Keppel TatLee Bank were operationally and legally integrated. OCBC Bank currently has assets of S$151 billion and a network of over 370 branches and representative offices in 15 countries and territories including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong SAR, Brunei, Japan, Australia, UK and USA. This network includes more than 250 branches and offices in Indonesia operated by OCBC Bank's subsidiary, PT Bank NISP. OCBC Bank and its banking subsidiaries offer a wide range of specialist financial services, from consumer, corporate, investment, private and transaction banking to global treasury and stockbroking services to meet the needs of its customers across communities.


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