When looking for a personal loan its important to understand the monthly instalments and the loan tenure, below you will find an examine to help guide you through this process.
The Standard Chartered CashOne loan is one of Singapore strongest offers, improved further with an EnjoyCompare exclusive low rate of 4.98% p.a with a loan value of under S$50,000. Whats more, if you sign up today, you can borrow up to 4x your monthly income and get the cash the very next working day.
With the Standard Chartered Personal Loan you get up to 4x your monthly income and a 5 year annual fee waiver on your Platinum Visa credit card if you have an annual income of $30,000 and above. Plus enjoy a first year annual fee waiver of $199 (deducted from any loan approved) and the following annual fee of S$50 I also waived if all payment are received by payment due date for the past 12 months.
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Standard Chartered in Singapore is a global bank within South East Asia, Africa, Europe and America. They have a large presence with over 1500 branches worldwide.
Standard Chartered has been in Singapore for 157 years. It’s amongst the first global banking groups to receive a Qualifying Full Bank (QFB) licence. With some 7,000 employees in Singapore, several branches and ATMs, customers have access to all its banking facilities.
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