Help save the planet by signing up for electronic statements.

Choose the simple, hassle-free and convenient way of receiving your Credit Card statement & Account statement via email. With Standard Chartered Credit Card e-Statement & Account e-Statement, you can view your statements easily anytime at your convenience. Best of all, this service is free for all Standard Chartered Credit Cardholders & Account holders.

This e-Statement service is subject to all applicable terms and conditions


  • Secure

    eStatements delivered to your registered email address are now encrypted with a unique password. That will be provided in the eStatement email.

  • Simple

    View, save and print your eStatements through Online Banking at your convenience.

  • Fast

    Receive eStatements quicker than paper statements, and access online for up to 12 months.

  • Free

    eStatements are delivered to your registered email address at no additional cost.

Go Green and Eco-friendly

  • Reduce the use of paper - Eliminate unnecessary paper clutter.
  • Save trees - Every 200 eStatements save a whole tree.


What is an eStatement?

An eStatement is an electronic version of your paper statement.

For which accounts can I receive eStatements?

Current/Savings accounts and Credit Cards.

What types of eStatement services are available?

We offer the "Email statement".

What is the "Email eStatement" Service?

The "Email eStatement" service is a free service where your eStatement will be sent directly to your registered email address in an encrypted PDF format.

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Call our 24 hours/day Phone Banking Team for further information.

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