Many option for investment instrument in Standard Chartered are there for you who wants to improve your financial ability for the bright future. In Standard Chartered, we do not only have complete product range, but also supported by trusted financial planning services in pursuing your financial goal. These are the briefs of our financial product, prepared for you.
Mutual fund is a pool of funds raised from public investors to be invested in a portfolio of securities managed by respective Investment Managers.
Overdraft is a lending product that uses fixed deposit, mutual fund, retails bond or bancassurance as the guarantee.
Forex and Structured Products
Foreign exchange transaction is buying − selling transaction between different currencies.
Bonds is Letter of Debt with a proof of agreement from the issuer of the Letter of Debt (Bonds) to pay-back the principal amount of borrowed funds along with the interest coupons to its investors in accordance to the terms and conditions agreed upon on the purchase of the Letter of Debt (Bonds).
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