Flex-ibly Split Your Money For Savings And Spending In One Account While Earning Attractive Interest
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Everyone has their own way of managing money. Some prefer to separate their money into two different bank accounts to control their expenses – one for spending and the other for saving, from which they would not make withdrawals. Others might be more inclined to save whatever amount that’s leftover from their spending. Regardless, we all want a simple way of organising our finances so we can focus on other things in life such as catching up with loved ones or pursuing our latest hobbies.

With this, OCBC Bank’s Flex Account helps users plan their finances easily while earning attractive interest. The distinctive feature about the Flex Account is that it gives you the ability to divide your money into a Save Pot and Spend Pot in just one account. This way, you can enforce discipline onto your spending without the hassle of transferring money out into another bank account for savings.

Read on to find out how the Flex Account can help you manage your money better.


If you’re looking for a way to streamline your finances, you may consider the Flex Account which allows you to split your money into a Save Pot and Spend Pot in one account while earning attractive interest at 1.80% per annum and 0.30% per annum respectively. You can open a Flex Account online via the OCBC Malaysia Mobile Banking app.

Learn more about Flex Account here.

*OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad is a member of PIDM. Protected by PIDM with coverage of up to RM250,000 for each depositor.

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