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Singapore bank DBS says services disrupted for second day

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November 24, 2021

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – DBS Group Holdings Ltd, Southeast Asia’s largest bank, is facing disruptions in its online banking services for the second consecutive day on Wednesday after service outages began on Tuesday morning.

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“Services were restored early this morning. Unfortunately yesterday’s digital banking issue has recurred and this has affected our services,” Singapore-based DBS said on its Facebook page on Wednesday.

The disruption in its online services is the biggest faced by DBS in about a decade.

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DBS did not elaborate on the cause of the disruption.

Users reported outages as early as 5 am Singapore time (2100 GMT) on Wednesday, with more than 700 reports lodged by 9.46 am local time, showed outage monitoring website Downdetector.

(Reporting by Chen Lin in Singapore; Editing by Anshuman Daga and Christopher Cushing)

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