Supply Chain Finance

A BPO (Bank Payment Obligation) is an irrevocable undertaking given by one bank to another bank that payment will be made on a specified date after successful electronic matching of data according to an industry-wide set of rules (URBPO). For the first time ever, end-to-end trade finance transactions are being processed in a fully automated mode without the drawback of traditional trade. Standard Chartered Bank is proud to lead the market in pioneering the first ever fully automated BPO transaction leveraging on Straight2Bank, meeting our clients’ needs for a trade finance solution that combines security, speed and convenience.

Why Standard Chartered

Every year we are recognised for our achievements in banking and finance. Here are some of the recent awards we have won in China related to security services. Please click here to view the full list of our recent awards in China and click here to view our recent global awards.

  • Best Transaction Bank

    2014

  • eSolutions Partner Bank

    2014

  • Best in Treasury & Working Capital (MNCs/LLCs)

    2014

  • Best in Treasury & Working Capital (Non-Bank FI)

    2014

Other prestigious awards in China include:

  • CFO World
    - Best Corporate Internet Platform Award 2014

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