|Type||Subsidiary of DBS Group Holdings Ltd|
|Founded||Hong Kong (July 21, 2003)|
|HKD11.9 billion (2018)|
|HKD5.1 billion (2018)|
|Total assets||HKD445.7 billion (2018)|
|Total equity||HKD38.0 billion (2018)|
|Parent||DBS Group Holdings Ltd|
DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited (Chinese: 星展銀行（香港）有限公司) is a licensed bank incorporated in Hong Kong. It is a subsidiary of DBS Bank headquartered in Singapore and it is also the seventh-largest bank in Hong Kong by total assets.
In 2003, DBS Bank merged the three banks, DBS Kwong On Bank Limited, Dao Heng Bank and Overseas Trust Bank, to form DBS Bank (Hong Kong).
Mei Foo Branch Incident
On October 5, 2004, DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited announced that, during the renovation of its branch in Mei Foo Sun Chuen, in Kowloon, when the bank attempted to remove more than 900 empty safety boxes from the branch, 83 safety boxes rented by customers and containing valuables were accidentally removed. The 83 boxes were subsequently sent to a scrapyard and crushed. The bank reported that 36 boxes were recovered, although the valuables contained inside were badly damaged.
- DBS Asia Capital Limited
- DBS Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited
- DBS Vickers Securities (Hong Kong) Limited
- DBS Vickers Securities (Singapore) Private Limited
- "DBS Hong Kong 2018 Annual Report" (PDF).
- "Banks in Hong Kong - Learn About Top 10 Hong Kong Banks". Corporate Finance Institute.
- "DBS Group in Deal to Acquire Controlling Stake in Dao Heng Bank". en.people.cn.
- "DBS' operations in Hong Kong legally merged to become DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited". hk.dbs.com. Archived from the original on 20 September 2008. Retrieved 12 June 2020.
- DBS Bank offers explanation on safety deposit box fiasco SCMP 2004-10-29