Best Fixed Deposit Rates in Singapore June 2023

Get more returns on your money with the best fixed deposit rates promotion in June 2023.


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It might be a good time to shift your money to one of the best fixed deposit rates in Singapore

The FD rates are becoming more attractive with banks offering higher interest for their time deposit promotions.

Most banks require you to deposit fresh funds to qualify for the promotion.

Why FD?

  • Pays you a fixed rate of interest until a given maturity date
  • The interest rate is higher than a regular savings account
  • Risk-free guaranteed returns
  • Flexible tenure
  • Easily withdrawable if needed

> Use this FD Interest Calculator to calculate the potential interest.

Best Fixed Deposit Rate Singapore June 2023

As of June 2023, the best fixed deposit rates in Singapore for various tenures are offered by Citibank, RHB, and SBI. Citibank offers an interest rate of 4.00% per annum for a 3-month tenure, RHB offers an interest rate of 3.50% per annum for a 6-month tenure, and SBI offers an interest rate of 3.50% per annum for a 12-month tenure.

The rates are subject to change and may vary based on the amount deposited and other factors.

Tenure
Banks
Interest Rate
Min. Amount
1-month
ICBC
2.90% p.a.
S$500
3-month
Citibank
4.00% p.a.
S$250,000
5-month
HLF
3.20% p.a.
S$50,000
6-month
RHB
3.50% p.a.
S$20,000
9-month
BOC
3.40% p.a.
S$5,000
10-month
HLF
3.15% p.a.
S$50,000
12-month
SBI
3.50% p.a.
S$50,000
15-month
Maybank
3.00% p.a.
S$20,000
18-month
BOC
3.15% p.a.
S$5,000
24-month
BOC
3.05% p.a.
S$5,000

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Singapore Fixed Deposit Promotion June 2023

Standard Chartered SGD Fixed Deposit

Standard Chartered highest fixed deposit rate is 3.20% p.a. for personal banking customers.

Priority Private Banking customers gets up to 3.40% p.a.

Placement Amount
6-Month
Minimum S$25,000
3.20% p.a.

UOB SGD Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.10% p.a. with UOB FD!

Placement Amount
6-Month
10-Month
S$10,000 and above
3.10% p.a.
3.10% p.a.

HSBC SGD Time Deposit

Get up to 3.50% p.a. with HSBC FD!

Placement Amount
3-Month
6-Month
12-Month
Minimum S$30,000
3.50% p.a.
3.40% p.a.
3.30% p.a.

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ICBC Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.55% p.a. with ICBC FD when the placement is done via e-banking!

Placement Amount
1-Month
3-Month
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
S$20,000 and above (OTC)
2.85% p.a.
3.50% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
S$500 and above
(E-banking)
2.90% p.a.
3.55% p.a.
3.40% p.a.
3.40% p.a.
3.40% p.a.

Hong Leong Finance FD

Get up to 3.20% p.a. with HLF FD promotion!

Placement Amount
5-Month
10-Month
S$20,000 to < S$50,000
3.10% p.a.
3.10% p.a.
S$50,000 and above
3.20% p.a.
3.15% p.a.

Maybank Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.55% p.a. with Maybank time deposit promotion.

iSAVvy Time Deposit Promotion (Online Placement):

Placement Amount
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
15-Month
18-Month
24-Month
Minimum S$20,000
3.00% p.a.
3.10% p.a.
3.20% p.a.
3.00% p.a.
2.90% p.a.
2.75% p.a.

SGD Time Deposit Promotion (Placement in Branch):

Placement Amount
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
15-Month
18-Month
24-Month
Minimum S$20,000
3.00% p.a.
3.10% p.a.
3.20% p.a.
3.00% p.a.
2.90% p.a.
2.75% p.a.

OCBC FD

Get up to 3.00% p.a. with OCBC fixed deposit promotion!

Placement Amount
6-Month
Minimum S$30,000
3.00% p.a.

Sing Investment & Finance (SIF)

Get up to 3.20% p.a. with Sing Investment & Finance fixed deposit promotion!

SIF FD Online Rates

Placement Amount
3-Month
6-Month
12-Month
Minimum S$1,000
2.60% p.a.
3.00% p.a.
3.00% p.a.
Minimum S$20,000
3.05% p.a.
3.15% p.a.
3.20% p.a.

SIF FD Offline Daily Special Rates

Placement Amount
3-Month
6-Month
12-Month
Minimum S$20,000
3.00% p.a.
3.10% p.a.
3.15% p.a.

State Bank Of India Singapore FD

Get up to 3.50% p.a. with SBI fixed deposit promotion.

Placement Amount
12-Month
Minimum S$50,000
3.50% p.a.

CIMB SGD Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.35% p.a. with CIMB FD deposit promotion!

If you are a CIMB Preferred Banking customer, you can get up to 3.40% p.a.

Placement Amount
Banking Type
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
Minimum S$10,000
Personal
3.15% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
3.15% p.a.

RHB SGD Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.50% p.a. with RHB FD deposit promotion via RHB Mobile SG app!

Placement Amount
Placement Type
3-Month
6-Month
12-Month
24-Month
Minimum S$20,000
Personal Banking Online Placement
3.00% p.a.
3.50% p.a.
3.50% p.a.
3.00% p.a.

Bank Of China Singapore Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.50% p.a. with BOC FD deposit promotion via mobile banking placement!

Over-the-Counter Placement

Placement Amount
1-Month
3-Month
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
18-Month
24-Month
Minimum S$5,000
2.80% p.a.
3.50% p.a.
3.45% p.a.
3.40% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
3.15% p.a.
3.05% p.a.

Via Mobile Banking Placement

Placement Amount
1-Month
3-Month
6-Month
9-Month
12-Month
18-Month
24-Month
Minimum S$5,000
2.90% p.a.
3.50% p.a.
3.45% p.a.
3.40% p.a.
3.35% p.a.
3.15% p.a.
3.05% p.a.

POSB/DBS Fixed Deposit

DBS/POSB fixed deposit currently does not have any promotion ongoing.

They offer up to 3.20% p.a. with its board rate.

This section will be updated again as soon as a promotion is detected.

Placement Amount
?-Month

Singapura Finance Fixed Deposit

Singapura Finance fixed deposit currently does not have any promotion ongoing.

They offer up to 2.75% p.a. with its board rate.

This section will be updated again as soon as a promotion is detected.

Placement Amount
?-Month
?-Month

Bank of East Asia Fixed Deposit

Bank of East Asia FD deposit currently does not have any promotion ongoing. This section will be updated again as soon as a promotion is detected.

Placement Amount
?-Month
?-Month

HL Bank Fixed Deposit

Get up to 3.50% p.a. with HL Bank FD deposit promotion.

Placement Amount
3-Month
6-Month
Minimum S$100,000
3.50% p.a.
3.50% p.a.

CitiBank Fixed Deposit

Get up to 4.00% p.a. with Citibank FD deposit promotion.

Placement Amount
3-Month
6-Month
S$250,000 to S$3,000,000
4.00% p.a.
3.48% p.a.

Fixed Deposit Interest Rate Comparison

All interest rates indicated below are per annum (p.a.)

If you are viewing using a mobile phone, switch to desktop view for a quick comparison of the interest rates for a particular tenure.

Banks/FI Min. Amount 1-Mth 3-Mth 5-Mth 6-Mth 7-Mth 9-Mth 10-Mth 12-Mth 15-Mth 18-Mth 24-Mth
Bank of China (OTC) S$5,000 2.80% 3.50% 3.45% 3.40% 3.15% 3.05%
Bank of China (Mobile) S$5,000 2.90% 3.50% 3.45% 3.40% 3.15% 3.05%
Bank of East Asia
CIMB S$10,000 3.15% 3.35% 3.15%
Citibank S$250,000 to S$3,000,000 4.00% 3.48%
HL Bank S$100,000 3.50% 3.50%
Hong Leong Finance S$20,000 to < S$50,000 3.10% 3.10%
Hong Leong Finance S$50,000 and above 3.20% 3.15%
HSBC S$30,000 3.50% 3.40% 3.30%
ICBC (Branch) S$20,000 and above 2.85% 3.50% 3.35% 3.35% 3.35%
ICBC (Online) S$500 and above 2.90% 3.55% 3.40% 3.40% 3.40%
Maybank (Online) S$20,000 3.00% 3.10% 3.20% 3.00% 2.90% 2.75%
Maybank (Branch) S$20,000 3.00% 3.10% 3.20% 3.00% 2.90% 2.75%
OCBC S$30,000 3.00%
POSB/DBS
RHB (Online) S$20,000 3.00% 3.50% 3.50% 3.00%
SBI Singapore S$50,000 3.50%
Sing Investment & Finance (Online) S$1,000 2.60% 3.00% 3.00%
Sing Investment & Finance (Online) S$20,000 3.05% 3.15% 3.20%
Sing Investment & Finance (Branch) S$20,000 3.00% 3.10% 3.15%
Singapura Finance
Standard Chartered S$25,000 3.20%
UOB S$10,000 and above 3.10% 3.10%
Banks/FI Min. Amount 1-Mth 3-Mth 5-Mth 6-Mth 7-Mth 9-Mth 10-Mth 12-Mth 15-Mth 18-Mth 24-Mth
How To Use The Comparison Table

There are 3 main sections in the table.

  1. Banks/FI
  2. Placement Amount
  3. Tenure
1. Banks/FI

The banks & financial institutions included are:

  • Bank of China
  • Bank of East Asia
  • CIMB
  • HL Bank
  • Hong Leong Finance
  • HSBC
  • ICBC
  • Maybank
  • OCBC
  • POSB/DBS
  • RHB
  • SBI Singapore
  • Sing Investment & Finance
  • Singapura Finance
  • Standard Chartered
  • UOB

Clicking on them brings you directly to their official fixed deposit promotion page.

2. Placement Amount

The minimum deposit required to enjoy the promotional FD rates.

Fresh Funds are often required, not transferred from the bank’s existing savings/current/fixed deposit accounts.

3. Tenure

The current tenure offered are:

  • 1-Month
  • 3-Month
  • 6-Month
  • 9-Month
  • 10-Month
  • 12-Month
  • 18-Month
  • 24-Month
  • 36-Month

Understanding Fixed Deposit Accounts & Rates

Fixed Deposit (FD) is an investment product that provides investors with a guaranteed return for a fixed amount of time.

In recent months, the FD rates have been on the rise, partly due to the the rising global inflation and market interest rates. Will the trend continue? Your guess is as good as mine.

Fixed deposit rates are an important factor for those who want to invest their money in a safe and secure manner. They are a popular option for investors looking to earn higher returns on their investments without taking on any additional risk. By investing in a fixed deposit account, you will be able to benefit from higher interest rates over time, which can help you grow your savings.

It is important that you shop around and compare different banks to get the best rate possible.

Factors That Affect Fixed Deposit Rates

Saving money can be one of the most rewarding feelings, especially when you know that your hard-earned cash is safe and secure. With fixed deposit, you can rest assured that your money is in good hands. But what are the factors that influence FD rates?

Interest rate trends are a major factor influencing FD rates.

Generally, when market interest rates go up, so do FD rates. This is because FDs act as an alternative to savings accounts and other deposit accounts. When market interest rates fall, banks tend to lower their FD rates as well since they rely heavily on the market rate for guidance in setting their own deposits rate.

Additionally, inflation plays a role in determining fixed deposit rates in Singapore, as it affects how much purchasing power a certain amount of money will have over time.

Therefore, higher inflation leads to higher FD rates as banks try to keep up with inflation and ensure customers get a return on their investment at least equal to the inflation rate.

It’s important to understand these factors before investing your hard-earned money into a fixed-deposit account. By doing so, you’ll be able to make an informed decision that will give you the highest return on investment possible while ensuring your savings are protected from market fluctuations or economic downturns.

Current FD Rates In Singapore

If you are reading this, you are one of the Savvy investors who are wise to take advantage of the current fixed deposit rates in Singapore, as they provide a reliable and secure way to grow their savings.

With FDs, you can lock in your returns for up to 3 years and enjoy higher interest rates compared to a regular savings account. Depending on the amount you invest and the bank you choose, FDs can offer attractive yields of up to 4% p.a.

What’s more, there are no hidden fees or any other charges associated with opening an FD.

You also get peace of mind knowing that your deposits are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC) up to S$75,000 per depositor per bank.

All this makes FDs an ideal choice for those who want guaranteed returns over a fixed period of time.

Projected FD Rates In Singapore

The future of fixed deposits in Singapore is looking bright! With attractive rates, the opportunities to make a great return are plentiful. As investors look further ahead to 2023, they can look forward to even more compelling FD rates as banks vie for customer attention.

Given the current climate of global economic uncertainty and market volatility, FDs remain one of the safest investments for increasing your savings.

They offer a guaranteed rate of return, with deposits being protected by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Scheme. Additionally, FDs can provide financial stability and peace of mind that your hard-earned money is safe and secure.

Tips For Maximizing Your FD Investment

When it comes to achieving the most from your fixed deposit rate in Singapore, there are several strategies you can employ. First, you should research what banks and companies offer the highest interest rates for FDs. This will allow you to maximize your returns by investing your money in the most profitable FDs available.

Additionally, it’s important to keep an eye out for any promotional offers or bonus rates (use the table above) that could increase your returns even further. Short-term FDs also tend to offer higher rates than longer-term accounts, so if you’re looking for a higher return on your investment, this is something worth considering.

Investing in a combination of short-term and long-term FDs can be very beneficial. Not only do short-term FDs provide better returns with less risk, but they can also act as a form of emergency savings account if needed; furthermore, long-term deposits provide stability and security over an extended period of time.

Ultimately, taking into consideration different types of deposits and being aware of market conditions can help ensure that you make the best decisions when it comes to investing in fixed deposits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Any Additional Fees Associated With A Fixed Deposit Account?

Opening a FD account is usually free, however, there may be additional fees associated with this type of account such as early withdrawal penalties and processing fees. It’s important to check with your bank or financial institution what fees may apply before deciding if it is the right choice for you.

Are FDs Insured Against Default?

FDs are generally protected against default, however the level of protection varies from one financial institution to another. In Singapore, FDs are insured up to S$75,000 by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC).

What Are The Risks Associated With FDs?

Fixed deposits (FDs) are a great way to invest your money, but there are certain risks associated with them. Although FDs are relatively safe investments compared to other financial instruments, they may still be affected by market conditions such as inflation and interest rate changes. In addition, FDs may be susceptible to liquidity risk if you need the funds before the maturity date.

Furthermore, there is always a chance of default by the issuing bank or institution if it runs into financial difficulty. Therefore, it is important to consider all these factors before investing in an FD.

Is There A Minimum Deposit Amount To Open A Fixed Deposit Account?

Yes, most banks require a minimum deposit amount to open a fixed deposit account.

The exact amount varies depending on the bank and the particular product, but it’s usually in the range of S$500-S$20,000. Some banks may even offer lower minimums, so it’s always best to check with your preferred institution before making a decision.

Closing

Depending on your financial goals and risk tolerance, a fixed deposit may be a suitable investment option for you.

FDs provide higher interest rates than most other investments available in Singapore and are insured against default. However, it is important to remember that FDs come with certain risks and require a minimum deposit amount. Therefore, it is important to do your research and understand the terms and conditions of the fixed deposit account before committing to an investment.

Ultimately, the success of any investment will depend on your own understanding of the market and your own financial needs.

The most popular tenures are 6-Month and 12-Month, so take your time to go through the latest list of FD interest rates offered by the banks today to find the highest fixed deposit rates that suit you.

I hope this guide helped you to find the highest interest rate for a fixed deposit account in Singapore for 2023. You might be interested in our guide for the highest savings account interest rate.

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