OCBC Bank clinches 'Bank of the Year 2023' in Malaysia by The Banker


OCBC Bank chief executive officer Tan Chor Sen

KUALA LUMPUR: OCBC Bank (M) Bhd has been named Malaysia’s “Bank of the Year 2023” by The Banker.

OCBC Bank, among the foremost foreign banks in Malaysia and in existence for over 90 years, is part of the Singapore-based OCBC Group, the region’s second largest banking group by assets.

In citing the reason for the selection, The Banker singled out OCBC Bank’s wide-ranging approach to improve its banking operations, taking measures to increase its green credentials, support retail customers and develop new opportunities for its staff.

“We are delighted with this recognition, which affirms the direction we have been taking all these years, revolving round sustainability, digitalisation, customer-centricity and staff. The Award will spur us on to not just do more of what works for the communities we serve, but to keep challenging ourselves to excel and do even better.

“By enabling our people and communities to realise their aspirations every step of the way, we believe we will be entrenching ourselves as the best bank for the communities we serve not just in Malaysia but in the region as well. For now, and beyond,” OCBC Bank chief executive officer Tan Chor Sen said in a statement.

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