United Overseas Bank Limited provides financial products and services. The companyâ€™s Group Retail segment provides home loans, credit/debit cards, vehicle loans, overdraft facilities, and deposit accounts, as well as investment, insurance, and treasury products; and investment and asset management, and estate planning services to high net worth individuals and investors. This segment also offers wealth management and financial advisory services; financial services to customers to manage their finances and investments; and products and services to small enterprises. Its Group Wholesale segment provides credit and financing, cash management and liquidity, and trade finance and supply chain management solutions, as well as global markets solutions in fixed income, currencies, and commodities. This segment also manages and underwrites initial public offerings, secondary equity placements, rights issues, and equity-linked issues, as well as provides corporate advisory services in mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, and other corporate actions. In addition, it arranges and/or underwrites financing for clients, including acquisition financing, leveraged buy-out financing, and general corporate financing; and manages bonds and other debt securities issuances. The companyâ€™s Global Markets and Investment Management segment offers structured products linked to foreign exchange, interest rates, credit, and equity and commodity instruments; and investment management services in retail unit trusts, exchange-traded and private equity funds, fund of funds, and customized portfolio management services. It has a network of approximately 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific, Western Europe, and North America. United Overseas Bank Limited was formerly known as United Chinese Bank and changed its name to United Overseas Bank Limited in 1965. The company was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Singapore.