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The Bank of East Asia, Singapore Branch
The Singapore Branch of The Bank of East Asia ("BEA") opened for business in 1952.  The Branch is a full licenced bank with Asian Currency Unit (“ACU”) operation.  BEA’s Singapore Branch has grown steadily over the years from providing a vital link between business enterprises in Hong Kong and Singapore to serving a wider customer base covering the ASEAN region.

The Branch provides a wide array of financial services to meet both corporate and individual needs including retail banking, foreign currency deposits, commercial lending, and securities services.  Located in the heart of Singapore’s financial district at BEA Building, 60 Robinson Road, the Singapore Branch leverages BEA’s extensive global banking network to serve your banking needs.
The Bank of East Asia
Incorporated in Hong Kong in 1918, The Bank of East Asia, Limited ("BEA") is dedicated to providing comprehensive commercial banking, personal banking, wealth management, and investment services to its customers in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and other major markets around the world.
BEA is the largest independent local bank in Hong Kong, with total consolidated assets of HK$754.0 billion (US$97.2 billion) as of 31st December, 2013. The Bank is listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and is one of the constituent stocks of the Hang Seng Index.
The Bank was one of the first foreign banks to receive approval from the China Banking Regulatory Commission to establish a locally incorporated bank in Mainland China. This wholly-owned subsidiary, named The Bank of East Asia (China) Limited, offers a full range of banking and financial services to a broad customer base that includes local residents and businesses.
BEA has also established presence in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Southeast Asia.