The ageing phenomenon has been a dominant feature of Western economies over the past few decades, but Asian economies will age the most rapidly in the next phase, with China, Thailand, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong set to age fastest.
Standard Chartered Bank, a leading multinational banking and financial services company, has announced the launch of Islamic saving accounts for its corporate and institutional clients in the UAE.
The announcement was made at an e
Standard Chartered has appointed Mohamed Salama as head of banking, UAE. His appointment is effective immediately.
Salama will report directly into Sarmad Lone, head of banking, Menap with a reporting line into Julian Wynter, CEO,
Leading global bank Standard Chartered has appointed Mohamed Abdel Bary as the new chief financial officer for Middle East and Africa (MEA) region with immediate effect.
Mohamed has been with the bank for the last four years, havi
With the US economy likely late in its cycle, equity markets fully valued and increased volatility following the Brexit decision, there are significant risks to the outlook for global equities, an industry expert said.
Standard Chartered has appointed Simon Cooper as CEO, Corporate and Institutional Banking (CIB) from April 2016.
Cooper joins the Group from HSBC, where he is currently Group managing director and chief executive of Global Commerc
Standard Chartered has appointed Rehan Shaikh as chief executive of Standard Chartered Saadiq, the bank's global Islamic banking business, it said in a statement on Wednesday.
Shaikh moves from Dubai Islamic Bank, where he was
Standard Chartered has picked Julian Wynter, group head of internal audit, as UAE chief executive, two sources told Reuters on Monday.
Wynter is likely to take charge in August after the departure of current UAE chief executive Mo
Global economic growth of is projected at 3.1 per cent this year, with economies in Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Latin America contributing more than half of this growth, a report said.
The US and the euro area ar
A Standard Chartered Private Equity (SCPE) led consortium has invested $175 million for a significant minority stake in FINE, a leading integrated tissue manufacturer across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.