Bank with Ease
Safeguarding your transactions. Simplifying the process.
We understand you always want to bank with ease. To provide you with greater convenience, we are now simplifying the way you sign in DBS iBanking and DBS digibank. From 11 July 2015 onwards, you can login with your username and password to enjoy an array of online services*:
With this simple login flow, part of your account number will be masked for better privacy protection. To display the full account number, simply click “View Full Account No.” and enter Secure PIN / SMS One-time-password (OTP).
If you prefer a higher level of transaction security for your DBS iBanking / DBS digibank service, you can simply choose the “Use Secure Device and/or SMS OTP for all transactions” option via "Preference" > "Change Security Setting" on DBS iBanking. Please click here for details.
Once completed, apart from the authentication measure of requiring your username and password on the login page, you will be required to input Secure PIN / SMS OTP in order to access account information or perform transactions from next login.
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Not yet have a Secure Device? Please click here to learn how to get one
Please note: DBS Bank will levy service charges for some DBS iBanking functions. Please refer to the Bank Charges Schedule for details.Important Notice: Securities and Investment Fund are investment products. The investment decision is yours but you should not invest in any of these products unless you have taken into account that the relevant product is suitable for you having regard to your financial situation, investment experience and investment objectives.
Risk Disclosure: The above information is for your reference only and does not constitute any offer or solicitation to enter into any investment transaction. Investment involves risks. The prices of stocks fluctuate, sometimes dramatically. The price of a stock may move up or down and may become valueless. It is as likely that losses will be incurred rather than profits made as a result of trading stocks. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Prior to any investment transaction, you should carefully read the relevant offering documents for detailed product information and risk factors. If you have any doubt on any offering documents, you should seek independent professional advice.
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