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Looking for new banknotes for CNY? Here’s a list of where you can still find them

Online reservations may have closed for most banks here, but Business Insider has got you covered.

Razer Fintech plans to build ‘world’s first global youth bank’ targeting youth and millennials

If successful, the firm will build the world's first global youth bank, named Razer Youth Bank.

Digital professionals will be Singapore’s most wanted in 2020 – but hirers will also want them to have ‘business acumen’

Hirers will increasingly look for "well-rounded candidates with business acumen". Here's what that means.

DBS branch in Hong Kong vandalised with vulgarities directed at PM Lee Hsien Loong, PAP; graffiti has been removed

Some Hong Kongers have been upset by comments PM Lee made on the Hong Kong protests.

Singaporeans asked for 1.8 million more pieces of bicentennial S$20 notes – so that’s what they’re getting

Remaining notes will be made available to the public at the bank branches.

Amex cardholders are the most satisfied in Singapore, while DBS and POSB considered ‘better than most’

Most Singapore credit cardholders still prefer to spend in cash when they travel - despite the higher rewards points offered.

DBS’ Piyush Gupta is the only CEO from SE Asia on Harvard Business Review’s list of world’s top 100 CEOs

Gupta is also the first Singapore CEO to be featured on HBR's annual list, DBS said.

Singapore’s bank CEOs had most media mentions from June to Aug – but it was not most favourable, AI study finds

Although DBS' Piyush Gupta was mentioned the most, ST Engineering’s Vincent Chong was mentioned in the most favourable articles.

OCBC and DBS have just been named the best consumer bank and SME bank in the entire world

Singapore may not be a huge market, but it certainly has some of the best finance institutions in the world.

DBS’ brand is worth S$12 billion, Singapore’s highest for 7th consecutive year – and the others are not even close

UOB and OCBC brand values were both close to 40% below DBS' US$9.03 billion.