An all-in-one account with 12 foreign currencies types and Singapore dollar that lets you save and transact.
If you have a Savings or Current account with us, apply INSTANTLY# online:Apply via iBanking Apply via ATM/Debit Card & PIN
Convert existing Autosave Account
If you have an existing DBS Autosave Account with eStatement, convert it to DBS eMulti-Currency Autosave Plus now! Account number and services of your DBS Autosave will remain unchanged.
Convert to DBS eMulti-Currency Autosave Plus in 3 simple steps:
|Step 1:||Login to iBanking|
|Step 2:||Select Request on top right navigation > Select Other Services > Request for DBS Autosave Conversion|
|Step 3:||Confirm your account details and submit|
New to DBS?
If you do not have a Savings or Current account with us, apply online now:
Singapore citizens and permanent residents
- Singapore NRIC
- Passport and relevant pass issued by the Immigration and Checkpoint Authority of Singapore; and
- Either one of the documents below for proof of address (within last 3 months)
You are required to activate your account upon receiving your debit card at go.dbs.com/sg-act.
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eMulti-Currency Autosave (eMCA)
eMulti-Currency Autosave Plus
Multi-Currency Autosave Plus
|eMulti-Currency Autosave (eMCA)||eMulti-Currency Autosave Plus (eMCA+)||Multi-Currency Autosave Plus(MCA+)|
Monthly Account Fee
Fall-below fee if the average daily balance falls below S$3,000*
(Waived up till 29 years old)
Cheque Book Charges
|N.A||The first SGD cheque book on account opening is free. Thereafter, it is S$10 per additional cheque book (50 leaves).|
Please refer to the Deposits Guide for the list of applicable fees.
- Foreign currency transactions are subject to exchange rate fluctuations, which may result in capital gains or losses; such accounts may also be subject to exchange controls imposed on the currency held.
Fall-below fee is waived for eMulti-Currency Autosave (eMCA) account holder up to 29 years old.
*Based on total SGD equivalent of SGD and foreign currency balances