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SECURITY ALERT: Beware of phishing and fraud scams. Standard Chartered does not have a retail banking presence in Australia and does not offer any retail investment products locally. 

If you receive any communication whether in writing or via phone call purporting to come from Standard Chartered Australia in relation to retail deposits or any other retail financial products or services we advise you not to respond to the communication.  Spoofing or Caller ID Spoofing is widely used by scammers. Stay alert to scam calls, emails and SMS messages and never share any personal information. Should you receive anything in writing we request that you forward a copy of the communication to our financial crime compliance team at . You can also write to the same address if you have further questions or concerns or contact us at (02) 9232 9315. 

For further details on how to protect yourself from industry wide phishing and scams attempts, please refer to ACCCACCC Scamwatch and Moneysmart websites.       

We offer specialised banking products in Asia, Africa and the Middle East to Australia wholesale clients. Standard Chartered Bank has nearly 60 years of banking experience in Australia. It entered the market in 1964. and holds an Australian Financial Services licence and is authorised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority as a Foreign Authorised Deposit-taking Institution.

Accelerating Australia’s net zero journey: The Melbourne Renewable Energy Hub

Standard Chartered acted as lead arranger for the project finance loan to Equis Australia, aimed at building the Melbourne Renewable Energy Hub (MREH). This landmark project will play a crucial role in helping the Victorian State Government achieve its ambitious renewable energy targets of 65% by 2023 and 95% by 2035. The MREH is more than just an infrastructure project, it represents a major step forward in our collective journey towards a sustainable future. For more information you can read the full article from The Australian here

Financing the redevelopment of Melbourne’s Frankston hospital

Standard Chartered was recently mandated as lead arranger and joint sustainability loan coordinator of a AUD1.1 billion facility for the redevelopment of Frankston Hospital in Melbourne. This financing will transform services at the hospital and deliver a new 12-storey clinical services tower and main entrance, 130 more beds, new spaces for mental health and oncology services and 15 new operating theatres. Watch how we strive to deliver our commitment to support the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being.