SMEs need to contribute more to Singapore economy: Chan Chun Sing

SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore need to pull their weight in raising their contribution to the Singapore economy, by being much more productive and efficient.

Google, UOB aim to train SMEs to use digital tools for business issues

GOOGLE and UOB on Monday announced a programme that aims to train 400 business leaders of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in using digital tools to solve business issues.

UOB's venture with Zilingo aims to benefit SMEs

United Overseas Bank (UOB) has signed a deal that will give smaller firms access to its banking services via the platform of fashion and lifestyle e-commerce firm Zilingo.

Opportunities abound in Industry 4.0 and SMEs need to seize them

Businesses need to adapt to this new era of the fourth industrial revolution – Industry 4.0 for short – or risk being left behind, said industry leaders at a recent UOB event.

UOB in credit card tie-up with Mastercard

United Overseas Bank (UOB) and Mastercard have launched a credit card aimed at business executives from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the two firms said yesterday.

Can banks be more than fair-weather friends?

WE'VE all heard this before: banks can be a fairweather friend.

Temasek, UOB commit a further US$200m to venture debt firm InnoVen

ASIA venture debt firm InnoVen Capital has secured US$200 million of additional capital commitment from shareholders Temasek and United Overseas Bank (UOB) as it steps up its pursuit of startups...

UOB to help SMEs build e-commerce websites by tapping Shopmatic's digital solutions

SINGAPORE - United Overseas Bank (UOB) is integrating the digital solutions of e-commerce solutions provider Shopmatic, into its suite of cloud-based business solutions "UOB BizSmart" to help...

Digitalisation push puts Singapore banks in hiring mode

THE axe may be falling on investment banking staff across the globe, but there're plenty of jobs still unfilled in Singapore banks - you just need to know where to look.

UOB CEO's pay for 2018 rises 12% to $10.56m

SINGAPORE - United Overseas Bank (UOB) chief executive Wee Ee Cheong was paid $10.56 million in 2018, up 12 per cent from the $9.4 million he got in 2017.

UOB crowdfunding partner OurCrowd hits US$1b in fundraising in six years

OURCROWD, an Israel-based equity crowdfunding platform that counts UOB as its equity partner, has raised a total of US$1 billion for 170 companies and 18 funds in six years.