If you are residing overseas, you may send us your request via our online form and we will send you the bonus encashment form. The form has to be witnessed either by an Official from the Singapore High Commission/Embassy of the Republic of Singapore (for Singaporeans) or a Notary Public. A Notary Public is a state appointed officer who can witness and authenticate documents.
When documents originate from or are signed in another country, it is common for most institutions to require them to be notarised before they can be used for official purposes. This is a matter of prudence to ensure that the person signing the documents is actually who he purports to be. The Notary mainly acts as an impartial and legally trained witness. You can locate a registry of notaries by conducting a search on the internet.
If you have difficulty in obtaining this official witness, you may submit the documents here (Select “Manage” → "Request for waiver of notarisation").
Please submit your completed bonus encashment form with a copy of your Singapore NRIC or a valid Passport and bank statement (dated within last six months). If your identification document or bank statement does not contain your address, please provide an additional document which shows your residential address (e.g. a utility/credit card bill issued within the last six months).
If you do not have a bank account in Singapore, you can request for a telegraphic transfer (TT) of bonus encashment proceeds to your personal bank account overseas. Your TT request is subject to approval and bank charges will have to be borne by you. TT may take up to 14 working days, from the day we receive complete information from you.
We need the below information to facilitate the TT. We may contact you if additional information is needed.
|Intermediary Bank for remittance in SGD|
|Name of Account holder|
|Bank Account number|
|BSB code (for Australia only)|
|Fedwire/CHIPS Universal ID/CHIPS Participant ID or ABA (for USA only)|
|IFSC code (for India only)|
|Country and State|
- *SWIFT code: It is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and a unique identification code for a particular bank. You may contact your bank to obtain the SWIFT code.