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The Weekly Nibble: Banking on DBS Group Holdings Ltd

Here’s a weekly roundup of some articles you may have missed this week.

2 Top Business Risks to DBS Group Holdings

DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) is one of the world’s most recognised banks, winning accolades such as the “World’s Best Digital Bank,” “Asia’s Best Bank,” and “Safest Bank in Asia.”

To be always on top of its game, the bank has embarked on many growth initiatives, including increasing its digital footprint. However, there are also some key risks to consider for DBS at the moment. Understanding such risks allows investors to have a holistic view when buying DBS shares.

3 Companies That Pay You Dividends Every 3 Months

From the first quarter of 2019, DBS has started paying a dividend every three months to provide “shareholders with more regular income streams.” Previously, the bank paid dividends only every six months. DBS joins other companies that pay quarterly dividends. What are some of those businesses? You can find out from this article.

3 Ways to Supercharge Your Dividend Income

Looking to increase your dividend income stream? There are three ways to do so, which Royston Yang discusses in his article.

What the DBS Global Income Note Says About Income Investing

Dividend investing is as popular as ever. Jump into this article from Tim Phillips to find out why.

Investing in Asia: Banking on Singapore

Join David Kuo and Chong Ser Jing as they talk Singapore banks in this new “Investing in Asia” podcast series.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. The Motley Fool Singapore recommends shares of DBS Group. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.