Get 0.08% p.a. on your USD deposits from the first dollar.
Waiver of Inward Telegraphic Transfer fees.
US$38, including cable charges, for each Outward Telegraphic Transfer transaction via UOB Infinity (digital banking for business).
Enjoy as low as 1/24%1 on your Export Letter of Credit negotiation fees, plus waiver on trade commission-in-lieu of exchange fee.
Preferential discounting rate2 for Export Letter of Credit.
Waiver on MT103 copy subscription fees on UOB Infinity (digital banking for business).
Waiver on fees for Cash and Trade eAlerts (SMS and email).3
|Minimum average daily balance||US$80,000|
|Monthly fall-below fee||US$80 (waived for account opening month and subsequent 1 month)|
|Early closure fee||S$50 or equivalent (for closure within 12 months of account opening)|
|Minimum average daily balance|
|Monthly fall-below fee|
|Early closure fee|
The BizGlobal account is open to:
Additional Documents (Sole Proprietor)
Additional Documents (Partnership / Limited Liability Partnership)
Additional Documents (Private Limited)
Additional Documents (Society / Club / Association / Clan)
Accounts opening Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions Governing the UOB BizGlobal Account
Terms & Conditions Governing Accounts & Services
Additional Terms & Conditions Governing Accounts & Services
Terms and Conditions For Handling of Documents Under Letter of Credit
1 As low as 1/24% (for documents sent without checking); 1/16% (for documents sent with checking). Minimum SGD 75 per bill applies.
2 Preferential rate to be offered by the Bank is on a selective basis and subject to prevailing terms and conditions. Minimum USD 200 per bill applies. For more information, please contact your Trade Sales representative.
3 To enjoy the waiver of Cash eAlerts via SMS, the BizGlobal account has to be designated as the eAlerts! billing account.
Spend less time managing invoices, employees, and inventory with easy-to-use digital solutions.
Save more than S$2,500 yearly on FAST and GIRO transaction fees.
Capitalise on your trade opportunities, all while managing cross-border risk.