A Permanent Call For Open Innovation

We know that to develop breakthrough solutions that are out-of-the-box, we need to look out-of-the-bank. That’s why here at The Open Vault, we actively collaborate with external fintech firms to rapidly test and validate new ideas and solutions – before bringing winning prototypes quickly to the market. Our goal is to make banking simpler: more transparent, more instant and more rewarding for customers. In becoming digital leaders and heroes, we are also creating and supporting a mindset shift among the people who work with us day to day.

How We Are Shaping

The Bank of The Future

How We Are Shaping

The Bank of
The Future

Seamless Customer Experience

Seamless Customer Experience

Natural, frictionless and personal

The Power of Data

The Power of Data

Informative, advantageous and useful

Enriched Ecosystem

Enriched Ecosystem

Partnerships for enhanced living

Awards

Meet The Team

We love that what we do is changing the future. Meet the hungry game-changers who are driving our vision.

Pranav Seth

Pranav Seth

Senior Vice President

Altona Wijaja

Altona Wijaja

Chief Inspiration Officer

Ken Wong

Ken Wong

Chief Data Junkie

Vincent Teo

Vincent Teo

Grand Master Jedi

Fernn Lim

Fernn Lim

Innovation Gladiator

Vikash Ranjan

Vikash Ranjan

Data Scientist

Ryan Lou

Ryan Lou

High Executor

Nick Luo Wuqiong

Nick Luo Wuqiong

Principal Data Storyteller

Rasmi Mohapatra

Rasmi Mohapatra

G33K in Residence

Christian Teo

Christian Teo

Sketch Fanatic

Leila Yu

Leila Yu

Ms. Amplifier

Julien Ng

Julien Ng

Spark Mogul

Yesha Simaria

Yesha Simaria

The Fearless Challenger

Manish Singh

Manish Singh

The Explorer

Chun Yit Lee

Chun Yit Lee

IoT Tinker

Project ‘Emma’

To strengthen its hold in the home and renovation loan market, OCBC needed to engage customers more effectively. See how ‘Emma’ helped to boost our sales conversion rate to three times more.

The New Machine Learning AML Platform

When existing systems can’t keep up with changing regulations, what can financial institutions do to minimise soaring costs and improve efficiencies?