Business Expansion

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Opportunities aren't given; they are created

  • While many entrepreneurs recognise the importance of planning for long-term growth, few understand the critical considerations when evaluating capital budgeting decisions to optimally fund business growth.

Committing to your business growth

  • Providing you with a host of fast and easy lending solutions, Standard Chartered is ready to help you create and make the most of business expansion opportunities with a full suite of short, medium and long-term financing solutions to help grow your business.
  • In business, you always want to be ready. Ready for expansion into a brand new office and more importantly, ready to seize business opportunities when they come your way. Let us help you unlock the potential of your business with competitively-priced loans and credit facilities.

Solutions

Business Instanlment Loan

A flexible financing solution that is easy to apply and collateral-free.
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Loan Against Property

Our property-backed term loan helps businesses finance fixed asset acquisition and business expansion.
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Orjon-BIL for Women

In Bangladesh the number of women-owned company continues to grow, and Standard Chartered Bank is dedicated in helping the women entrepreneurs to grow their business by offering competitive Business Loans specially designed for women.
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Disclaimer

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