Accredited Investor Regime
Bank of Singapore is expected to comply in delivering best execution in respect of certain financial instruments within the scope of requirements imposed by applicable laws and regulations in the locations we operate in.
We believe in transparency and being forthright with all clients and investors. We strive to disclose all information that could help you evaluate our strengths and understand the corporate governance of our Bank. We have a transparent governance structure that ensures the interests of all our stakeholders are protected.
In line with the culture of our parent, OCBC Bank, we are focused on building enduring relationships with clients by making fair dealing the basis of our business. In our dealings with you:
Fair dealing is embedded in the Purpose and Values that are the bedrock of both banks, especially in our Value of Integrity. These Values – the others are Customers, People, Teamwork, Prudent Risk Taking and Effectiveness – are continuously and consistently instilled as principles both to guide decisions and behaviour, and to inspire our people.
Risk-Based Capital Adequacy
Bank of Singapore's Common Equity Tier 1 Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Tier 1 CAR and Total CAR, as of 30 June 2021, were above the minimum 6.5%, 8% and 10% required by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, respectively.
BOS Wealth Management Regulatory Information
In accordance with BOS Wealth Management Europe’s regulatory duties, in the context of our reception and transmission of client orders services, please find below the list of venues where BOS Wealth Management Europe S.A. has transmitted its clients’ orders for execution in 2020:
This information is applicable for orders with respect to all classes of financial instruments.
*This entity is regulated by the Monetary Authority in Singapore under Singapore law and is not subject to MiFID II
Environmental, Social and Governance
BOS Wealth Management Europe’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Disclosures issued in the context of the regulation on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector (the “SFDR”)
Hong Kong Regulatory Disclosures - Banking (Disclosure) Rules
Financial Disclosure Statements - Hong Kong Branch