Standard Chartered (Stanchart)

Global Markets

Turning uncertainties into opportunities

Investors should play both defence and offence in an uncertain environment, says Standard Chartered's WM CIO for North Asia.

New appointments

Standard Chartered makes several appointments in its private banking business

The appointments are effective in January 2024 and December this year.

Cryptocurrency

Standard Chartered-backed digital asset firm Zodia Custody launches in Singapore

Zodia Custody will partner with banks to provide digital asset custody services. It raised US$36 million this April.

Banking & finance

StanChart trimming more than 100 roles as part of cost cuts

The bank has previously said it is targeting US$1.3 billion of savings from 2022 to 2024.

Sustainability

Standard Chartered and Wilmar close US$200 mil sustainability-linked trade finance facility

Shares in Wilmar closed 1 cent higher or 0.24% up at $4.15 on Jan 13.

Banking & finance

First Abu Dhabi Bank explored offer for Standard Chartered

The Abu Dhabi bank had been considering a full takeover of Standard Chartered, according to people familiar with the matter.
StanChart, FairPrice-backed Trust Bank officially launches, offers first-to-market numberless credit card - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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StanChart, FairPrice-backed Trust Bank officially launches, offers first-to-market numberless credit card

Trust offers rewards of up to 21% as a promotional launch rate on everyday spending at FairPrice’s touch points.

Banking & finance

StanChart plans buyback, targets cost cuts after profit miss

CFO Andy Halford said that the overall bonus pool had gone up "significantly."

Company in the news

Standard Chartered hit by bad loans including Hin Leong

Hin Leong and the other exposures only represent some of the highest-profile loans that could cause trouble for banks as pressures from the pandemic ripple through the financial system.

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StanChart continues to run with Asia

(Dec 9): These are certainly disquieting times for Asia, not least because of the protracted US-China trade tensions, slowing growth in the world’s second-largest economy and the prolonged unrest in Hong Kong.
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