Search results for '������������������������������:za31���24������ ������������ ������ ������/������ ���������������������������,������24������,������������������������,���������������������,���������������'

Showing results 1 - 20 of 248.
Filter this page's results by

Our 2016 Q1 Interim Management Statement

26 April 2016

…of our IMS >. Performance summary.  . 3 months ended31.03.16. 3 months ended31.12.15. 3 months ended31.03.15. Q1 2016 vs Q4 2015. Q1 2016 vs Q1 2015.  .  $million. $million. $million. Better /(Worse)%.  Better / (Worse)%. Operating income.  3,345. 3,262. 4,421. 3. (24). Operating expenses…

Financial results

). Full Year – IFRS 9 transition document (28 March 2019, PDF). 3Q. 3Q 2018 – Results (31 October 2018, PDF). 3Q 2018 – Webcast (31 October 2018, MP3). 3Q 2018 – Pillar 3 disclosure (31 October 2018, PDF). 3Q 2018 – Data Pack (31 October 2018, Excel). 2Q (Half year). Half…

Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index RGI rebounded by 3.1% m/m in January

9 March 2016

…in the RGI, possibly in H2-2016. On 24 February, the PBoC announced to open up China’s onshore interbank bond market – which covers 91% of all outstanding bonds – to nearly all foreign financial institutions. This is one of the most significant steps China has ever taken to open up its capital…

Richard Etemesi

…at Standard Chartered for 24 years in various role and locations, including Kenya, Singapore, Uganda, Zambia and the UK. Before joining the Bank, Richard worked as a financial management consultant with Coopers & Lybrand Associates, based in Kenya. He holds an MSc in Corporate Finance from Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, UK, and a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting from the University of Nairobi.…

Richard Etemesi

Based in Johannesburg, Richard has been at Standard Chartered for 24 years in various role and locations, including Kenya, Singapore, Uganda, Zambia and the UK. Prior to his current role, Richard was Chief Executive Officer for Kenya and Area General Manager for East Africa, with responsibility…

Case study: EUR 159 million ECA-backed financing to improve critical healthcare infrastructure in Côte d’Ivoire

…facilities and build new ones. This is of particular urgency, given the pandemic situation as well as to align with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 31 (SDG) concerning good health and well-being. One of the main areas of focus is the improvement of neonatal health. According to UNICEF…

Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index fell a record 5.3% m/m in November

8 January 2016

. DepositsDim Sum Bonds and Certificate of DepositsTrade Settlement & Other International PaymentsForeign Exchange Turnover. Markets. Hong KongLondonSingaporeTaiwanNew YorkParisSeoul. Investability. Non-tradable. Frequency. Monthly. Base value and date. 100 at 31 December 2010. Inception Date. 14…

Impact Matters – A Private Bank Publication

…issues and women’s empowerment. Latest Issue. Sustainable Investing Review 2021. At a tipping point to mass adoption. Find out more. Past Issues. Impact Matters – Issue 24. Impact Matters – Issue 24. Share. share this video on twitter. share this video on facebook. share this video…

We’ve appointed Alan Lin as Global Head of Cash for its Transaction Banking business

18 September 2017

…and will be a member of the Transaction Banking Management Team. His appointment is effective 18 September 2017. Alan is a banking veteran with 24 years of banking experience predominantly in Transaction Banking with Citibank. He is a seasoned leader with deep cash expertise and a strong client focus. Prior…

Sustainable buildings: Greening the real estate sector

Greening the buildings sector represents a USD24.7 trillion investment opportunity in emerging markets through the end of this decade. We are at the forefront of that opportunity, committing USD40 billion in infrastructure financing and collaborating with organizations to roll out certifications…

Instant payment

Instant Payments. What is instant payment. A real-time, 24×7 interbank electronic fund transfer service, giving greater convenience in receiving and making electronic payments. Download our report Cash Digitisation in ASEAN   for the latest trends on cash management  &nbsp…

Taming the flow monster in real-time payments

-to-bank transfers completed just as quickly. E-payments have not only created the need for 24×7 funds flows but also greater demand. As a result, payment and treasury departments can no longer adhere to batch and daily processes, and the need to move to real-time systems is urgent. While most…

Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index down 0.47% m/m to 2,395 in October

7 December 2015

Parameters. Deposits. Dim Sum Bonds and Certificate of Deposits. Trade Settlement & Other International Payments. Foreign Exchange Turnover. Markets. Hong Kong. London. Singapore. Taiwan. New York. Paris. Seoul. Investability. Non-tradable. Frequency. Monthly. Base value and date. 100 at 31

Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index recorded first annual decline

15 February 2016

…adoption. Index Parameters. DepositsDim Sum Bonds and Certificate of DepositsTrade Settlement & Other International PaymentsForeign Exchange Turnover. Markets. Hong KongLondonSingaporeTaiwanNew YorkSeoulParis. Investability. Non-tradable. Frequency. Monthly. Base value and date. 100 at 31 December…

Taming the flow monster in real-time payments

…payment scheme in October 2018, may see bank-to-bank transfers completed just as quickly. Such payments have not only created the need for 24×7 funds flows but also greater demand . As a result, payments and treasury departments can no longer adhere to batch and daily processes, and the need…

Instant payments: Fast track to opportunities

…on as close to a 24/7 basis as possible.2. IP opens up opportunities for corporates to create new business models that can improve competitiveness and customer service. For example, insurance companies could offer instant claims pay outs and accept premiums in real time, which can reduce their costs…

Our Renminbi Globalisation Index shows a dip in April

6 August 2015

…through to the RGI sub-components for deposits and Dim Sum bonds in April. Trade settlement and Dim Sum bonds outstanding contributed -0.34ppt and -1.24ppt, respectively, to the m/m change, resulting in an overall drop of 0.8% m/m. April was the ninth consecutive month that Dim Sum bonds subtracted…

Low Dim Sum issuances causes Renminbi Globalisation Index to dip in May

8 July 2015

Standard Chartered today announced that the Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index (Bloomberg: SCGRRGI <index>), or the RGI, fell 0.24% m/m to 2,145 in May from a revised 2,150 in April, the first time the index has contracted for a second consecutive month since its inception…

Subsidiaries Financial Results

Subsidiaries Financial Results. Read our latest subsidiaries financial reports and access our archive for all our results information and disclosures. 2020. Standard Chartered Bank Financial Reports. Full Year Results 2020 – Directors’ Report and Financial Statements – 31 December 2020…

Ajay Kanwal to step down as Regional CEO, ASEAN and South Asia

28 November 2016

…in businesses outside the Bank had no impact on our clients or the economic interest of the Bank. He has elected to put the Bank’s interests above his own and I respect his decision to step down. Ajay has had a 24-year long distinguished career with the Bank and has done an outstanding job as the Regional…