Velocity@ocbc (Business Internet Banking)

We are upgrading our system to serve you better. Please note that Velocity@ocbc access will not be available from 10.30pm on 26 November 2015 (Thursday) to 2.00am on 27 November 2015 (Friday). We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

You will have access after this time. Please refresh your cache as follows:

Windows users: Press [CTRL]+[F5]
Mac users: Press [Command]+[R]

To clear your Java and browser cache, follow the steps here.

Please be aware of phishing emails as malicious software can be hidden within the emails as attachments / hyperlinks. Please click here to find out more.

-updated on 21-Aug-2015

Oracle has released a new version in Java 8 update 60.  If you are unable to log in to Velocity@ocbc with this new version in your computer, a quick fix is to uninstall it and install Java 8 Update 51. To know more, please click <here>.

For queries, please call our Business Banking Commercial Service Centre at 1300 88 7000 (within Malaysia) or 603 8317 5200 (outside Malaysia) from 9.00am – 6.00pm (Mondays – Fridays).

-updated on 24-Aug-15 

You might receive a message stating your Java version is out-of-date when you try to access Velocity via Windows 8 and Java version 7. If so, please follow the steps *<here>

Please call our Customer Service Officers at 1300 88 7000 if you continue to encounter difficulties. Thank you.

- updated on 18-Nov-14

  1. Never log in via email links.
  2. Always use the domain name of OCBC Bank ie to log in to OCBC Bank’s website.
  3. Do not use any other website links that redirects you to OCBC Bank Group.
  4. Before input your User Name and Password in any website, check to ensure that the website belongs to OCBC Bank (See point 2)
  5. Protect your computer with anti-virus software and keep it updated with the latest anti-virus signature.

Please click here to find out more.

If you wish to use Internet Explorer 11 with Velocity@ocbc, you must first add and in the browser compatibility view settings.

It’s easy – click here on how to do this.

-updated on 30-Dec-14

Recent reports indicate that the Dridex Banking Malware (Dridex) is targeting internet banking websites. This malware steals customers’ login information such as Organisation ID, User ID, Password and One-Time-Password or Security Code. Please click here to find out more.

-updated on 23-Dec-14

If you have problems logging into Velocity@ocbc, please follow the steps <here>.

updated on 15-Dec-14

Click here for assistance on Velocity@ocbc 2.0.

updated on 12-Oct-15

  • Manage your cash flow with easy access to account information
  • Pay bills, process payroll and transfer funds online
  • Transfer funds overseas without the hassle of paper forms