Corporate Day 2019 – Focusing on our fundamentals
  • Attended by more than 60 analysts, investors and journalists;
  • Reiterated UOB’s strategic priorities of deepening regional connectivity, building ecosystem partnerships, maintaining a strong balance sheet and generating quality earnings; and
  • Named Best Investor Event at the IR Magazine Awards – South East Asia 2019
Analysts’ feedback following our Corporate Day
          "UOB’s key differentiator remains its ASEAN footprint across Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, particularly being the only Singapore bank with a local Thailand presence. UOB has embarked on a varied approach compared with its peers, launching a separate TMRW brand as its Digital Bank, with the ambition to reach out to ASEAN’s young, tech-savvy digital generation. This is a testament to and completes its ASEAN strategy, in our view."
Ms Lim Rui Wen,
Analyst, DBS Group Research
          "UOB’s strength lies in its ability to capture cross-border transactions via its regional network and we believe that it is well-placed to benefit from a shift in supply chains out of Greater China to surrounding ASEAN economies."
Ms Andrea Choong,
Analyst, CGS-CIMB Research
Clockwise from top left: Opening remarks by UOB Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mr Wee Ee Cheong; UOB Group Chief Financial Officer Mr Lee Wai Fai shared an overview of our omni-channel approach towards customer engagement; UOB’s Big Data Analytics and Investor Relations teams demonstrated how text mining and machine learning are used to analyse analyst reports and sentiment; Executive Chairman and CEO of PropNex Mr Ismail Gafoor (second from right) was invited to share insights into PropNex’s ecosystem partnership with UOB.
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Delivering long-term and sustainable returns
Maintaining strong credit ratings
Ensuring regular and transparent investor engagement and communications
Retaining a diversified shareholder base
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