POSB


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AcronymDefinition
POSBPost Office Savings Bank (Singapore)
POSBPublic Order and Security Bill (Zimbabwe)
POSBPeople's Own Savings Bank (Zimbabwe)
POSBPrincipals of Schools for the Blind
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Expert committee on harnessing the India post network for financial inclusion (2010) is based on the premise that the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB) already is the largest bank in the country by number of customers and number of branches, handles a large volume of government benefit payments and does not distinguish among rich and poor customers.
The government also owned the POSB and New Zealand's seventh largest financial institution the Development Finance Corporation (DFC).
Over the period 1878-1911, the reported liabilities of Irish Building Societies amounted to 2.69 per cent of deposits in Irish JSBs, and 14.41 of savings bank deposits (POSB and TSB).
Public sector narrow banks, like POSB in the UK or Postfinance in Switzerland, can continue to provide useful services, especially if their services are priced appropriately.
In Section 4 we examine the spatial descriptions produced in response to two elicitation tools, the "Topological Relations Pictures Series" (BowPed) and "Picture Series for Positional Verbs" (PosB; cf.
In 1998, DBS acquired POSB (formerly the Post Office Savings Bank), along with its vast customer base; some 90 percent of Singaporeans have a banking relationship with POSB.
[R.sub.ft] = risk free rate of return which is the tax free of the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB).
In 1998, Parliament reacted to public criticism by passing the Public Order and Security Bill (POSB) to replace LOMA.
e-wallet, DBS or POSB credit cards, or debit cards.
* DBS and POSB, a sub-brand owned by DBS, dominate the current account market for mass affluents, with a combined share of 56%.
The fourth chapter, on Irish savings banks, illustrates how these were affected by frauds during the Famine in the 1840s and how this led to the creation of a UK-wide Post Office Savings bank (POSB) in 1861 (introduced in Ireland and Scotland in 1862).