Jersey Important Legal Notice

Legal Terms and Disclosures

Standard Chartered Bank, Jersey Branch ("SCBJ") is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission. Copies of the latest audited accounts are available from the registered office and principal place of business in Jersey: PO Box 80, 15 Castle Street, St Helier, Jersey JE4 8PT.

Standard Chartered Bank is incorporated in England with limited liability by Royal Charter 1853 Reference Number ZC18. The Principal Office of the Company is situated in England at 1 Basinghall Avenue, London, EC2V 5DD. Standard Chartered Bank is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. The Jersey Branch of Standard Chartered Bank is also an authorised financial services provider under license number 44946 issued by the Financial Services Board of the Republic of South Africa.

Please note Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom and when you conduct business with SCBJ and other Standard Chartered Group offices outside the United Kingdom you will not be eligible for (a) all or most of the protections provided under the United Kingdom's Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 ('FSMA') or (b) compensation under the United Kingdom's Financial Services Compensation Scheme (the 'Scheme').

The Jersey Branch of Standard Chartered Bank is a participant in the Jersey Bank Depositors Compensation Scheme. The Scheme offers protection for eligible deposits of up to £50,000. The maximum total amount of compensation is capped at £100,000,000 in any 5 year period. Full details of the Scheme and banking groups covered are available on the States of Jersey website ( or on request.

The marketing and sale of the products and services detailed in this website may not be permitted in some countries under local laws. This website does not constitute an offer, solicitation or invitation to transact business in any country where the marketing or sale of these products and services would not be permitted under local laws. If you are resident or domiciled in countries where fiscal or exchange control regulations may impinge on foreign or offshore investments, you should seek advice before proceeding.

With any investment the value may fall as well as rise and in some circumstances you may not get back the full amount invested. You are not certain to make a profit, and may lose money or make a loss. Changes in rates of exchange may cause the value of an investment to go up or down. Past performance should not be seen as an indication of future performance. The levels, rates and bases of, and reliefs from, taxation are those currently available and may change in the future.

In relation to the products and services detailed in this website additional Terms and Conditions may apply. You should obtain details of these Terms and Conditions before proceeding. These Terms and Conditions and our communications with you will be in English.

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Speaking Up

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.


Please note that this hyperlink will bring to you to another website on the Internet, which is operated by InTouch, an independent company appointed by the Bank to support its Speaking Up programme. Please be mindful that when you click on the link and open a new window in your browser, you will be subject to the additional terms of use of the website that you are going to visit.