About UOB
United Overseas Bank (“UOB”) was incorporated on 6 August 1935 as the United Chinese Bank. Founded by Datuk Wee Kheng Chiang, the Bank catered mainly to the Fujian community in its early years. The change of name was effected in 1965. Over the past 78 years, UOB has grown from strength to strength. Through a series of acquisitions, it is now a leading bank in Asia.

Besides Far Eastern Bank in Singapore, UOB’s major banking subsidiaries in the region are United Overseas Bank (Malaysia), United Overseas Bank (Thai), PT Bank UOB Indonesia and United Overseas Bank (China).

Today, the UOB Group has a network of over 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Western Europe and North America. For more information about UOB, visit uobgroup.com.

About UOB Tokyo
UOB Tokyo branch (UOB Tokyo) was established in December 1972 under a banking licence granted by the Ministry of Finance. When UOB merged with Overseas Union Bank in January 2002, the Tokyo operations of the combined bank were integrated the same year. In April 2009, UOB Tokyo acquired the Japan Offshore Market (JOM) licence which enables it to collect deposits as well as conduct offshore business activities.

UOB Tokyo offers wholesale services which include corporate banking, debt securities investments, treasury, trade finance, current accounts and banknotes trading. The branch is backed by the global resources, product expertise and international network of the UOB Group.

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