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Last updated: April 2013
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Standard Chartered Bank (the “Bank”) is committed to maintaining a culture of the highest ethics and integrity, and in compliance with all applicable law, regulation and internal policy. As part of this commitment, the Bank has a ‘Speaking Up’ programme through which genuine concerns in this regard can be raised. Members of the public can securely raise Speaking Up concerns through this hyperlink, which is hosted on behalf of the Bank by a third party ‘InTouch’. Examples of concerns that can be raised through this website are concerns that relate to accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters and concerns relating to bribery or banking and financial crime. Concerns received will be forwarded to the Bank’s investigations team for review. Complaints relating to SCB banking services should not be raised through this site in the first instance, but through the SCB branch network, contact centres, Relationship Managers or the ‘Contact Us’ webpage.
Important Security Message – Heartbleed Bug
A security vulnerability has been detected in the commonly used OpenSSL 1.0.1a-f. The Open Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM), virtual private networks, etc.
Standard Chartered Bank websites and banking services are secure and not affected by this vulnerability. However, please remain vigilant and contact the Bank if you notice any suspicious activity in your account.