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Published: 08 May 11
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FinatiQ to cease operations

As an online-only service provider of OCBC Bank, FinatiQ could no longer meet the growing needs of the bank's customers and  will cease business on 30 June 2011.

 

FinatiQ was set up by OCBC BANK Bank in 2000 as a self-service online bank. However, Internet Banking has since become a core part of OCBC Bank’s multi-channel strategy – which also encompasses branches, ATMs and Mobile Banking.

OCBC Bank has sent to all our customers an announcement letter and an Account Instruction Form for customers to indicate their preferred options for the refund of their deposit balance and transfer of their unit trust holdings.

 



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