Standard Chartered Bank, a leading multinational banking and financial services company, has completed three shipping finance deals worth over $1.6 billion, for clients in Asia and the Middle East.
These transactions highlight Sta
GE, Trade Bank of Iraq (TBI) and Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) have signed a financing memorandum of understanding (MoU) to accelerate the development of power and infrastructure projects in Iraq.
The agreement also underlines the
Ithmaar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank, announced that it achieved exceptional operational efficiency in 2014 to earn an excellence award from Standard Chartered Bank.
The bank was awarded the ‘Straight Through Pr
Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered plans to cut up to 100 retail branches in 2015, or 8 per cent of its network, to help save $400 million a year to improve profitability.
The bank is under pressure to improve performance after
Bahra Advanced Cable Manufacturing Company, a leading cable manufacturing company in Saudi Arabia, has received an Islamic financing of $265 million from Standard Chartered bank.
The company will utilise $200 million as a short-term Isl
Standard Chartered Bank has received written confirmation of its licence to provide custody services for clients in Jordan.
The move makes Standard Chartered the leading international custody services provider in the region and th
Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain has elected its first 14-member employee Engagement Council (EC), which has been designed to have fair and objective representation from each of the functions and departments in the bank.
Standard Chartered launched the industry's first Islamic Euro Nostro account, enabling Islamic banks across the world to earn Sharia-compliant profits on their account balances at the bank's branch in Frankfurt.
A Nostro a
Standard Chartered Bank has announced that it has facilitated the first end-to-end automated trade finance transaction with the bank payment obligation (BPO) through its Straight2Bank platform.
The transaction was carried out between BP’s
Standard Chartered Bank's commodities trading unit may post a double-digit growth in 2012, as it boosts its share in the Asian market while the global financial crisis forces rivals to pare down operations in the region, a senior executive sai