UOB Asset Management (UOBAM) Referral Promotion

Robo-investing, your way

Receive S$10 in your UOBAM Invest account, when you:

  1. sign up with the referral link,
  2. start investing with a minimum sum of S$1
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What is UOBAM?

UOB Asset Management (UOBAM) is a leading Asia-based asset manager with its headquarters in Singapore. It was established as a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Overseas Bank in 1986, and have grown extensively across Asia with a presence in nine markets, namely Malaysia, Brunei, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Facts and Figures

  • Over 30 years of Investment Experience
  • SGD 37.7 billion of Assets Under Management
  • More than 292 awards won regionally since 1986
  • 90-strong team of Investment Professionals
  • Presence across 9 Asian Markets
UOBAM awards in 2021
UOBAM awards in 2021

How is UOBAM Robo-Invest different from other robo-advisors?

  1. Hybrid Active/Passive investment strategy
    • UOBAM Robo-Invest is the first to offer both actively managed funds and ETFs within a single robo-advisory portfolio.
  2. Support companies with strong sustainability performance
  3. Low advisory fees from 0.6% p.a.
  4. Access institutional grade fund management expertise

My experience

Issues with the app


When I installed the app, I granted all the permission it wanted but it still said there was an error with the permissions. I resolved it by killing the app and restarting.


When I tried to fund my account via PayNow, the app presented me a QR code. There was a button to download the QR code and upload it from a banking app to perform the PayNow transfer. However, I tried on both the DBS mobile banking app and Google Pay app but the downloaded QR code doesn’t seem to work.

What worked was me taking a screen capture on my mobile of the QR code instead of using the downloaded version.

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