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Current Indian Depository Receipt headroom

Ordinary shares of Standard Chartered Plc ("Shares") may be converted into Indian depository receipts ("IDRs") subject to available headroom. The available headroom refers to the maximum number of IDRs available for release upon the deposit of Shares for conversion into IDRs. Ten IDRs will be released for every Share deposited for conversion. The available headroom for the month of MAR, 2017 is 229,054,130 IDRs. The available headroom is subject to change based on investor demand and you are advised to contact either Standard Chartered Bank, India or The Bank of New York Mellon (whose details are set out below) prior to requesting conversion of Shares into IDRs

Overseas Custodian:

The Bank of New York Mellon,
The Bank of New York Mellon,
101 Barclay Street,
New York,
New York 10286,
United States of America
Vinu Kurian
001 212 571 3050

Domestic Depository:

Standard Chartered Bank
Securities Services, Crescenzo
Floor 7, C-38/39, G-Block
Bandra Kurla Complex
Bandra (East), Mumbai – 400 051

Mr. Kaizad Tanttra
Tel: +91 22 611 57195
Fax: +91 22 611 57355 or 91-22- 300 57122

Mr. Aadesh Morey
Tel: +91 22 6115 7130
Fax: +91 22 611 57355 or 91-22- 300 57122

The available headroom is provided for information purposes only and is not intended to and does not constitute or form part of any offer or invitation to purchase or subscribe for, or any solicitation to purchase or subscribe for, Shares, IDRs or any other securities."

Significant Redemption/ Conversion transactions of IDRs

Report of Significant Redemption / Conversion of Standard Chartered PLC "SCPLC" ("the Company") Indian Depository Receipts (IDRs)

Serial No. Date of the Event Category (Redemption of IDRs into Shares & Conversion of Shares into IDRs) Percentage of Redemption / Conversion (10% or above of 240 million IDRs)
1 17th of June 2013 Redemption of IDRs NIL
2 11th of April 2014 Redemption of IDRs NIL
3 24th of April 2015 Redemption of IDRs NIL
4 30th of March 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL
5 29th of April 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL
6 19th of May 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL
7 29th of June 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL
8 July 2016 No such redemption in the month NIL
9 29th of August 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL
10 29th of September 2016 Redemption of IDRs NIL


The threshold for such significant reporting ( for any redemption from IDRs to SCPLC shares or reConversion from SCPLC shares to IDRs- falling under various categories ) will remain always as 10% or above of original size i.e. 10% or above of 240 million IDRs.

You are advised to contact below mentioned persons (whose details are set out below) in case any further clarification is required.

Group Corporate Secretariat:

Standard Chartered Bank
GCS, Crescenzo
Floor 3A, C-38/39, G-Block
Bandra Kurla Complex
Bandra (East), Mumbai - 400 051

Bhupesh Singh
Tel: +91 22 61157853
Fax: +91 22 26757733

Kanchan Bhave
Tel: +91 22 6115 7854
Fax: +91 022 26757733

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