Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia awarded Sahabat Negara SME for 11th consecutive year

4 December 2015, KUALA LUMPUR – Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia received the Sahabat Negara SME Award at the SME Recognition Awards (SMERA) 2015 ceremony at Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre on 4 December 2015. The event, organised by SME Association of Malaysia, was graced by YB Dato' Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, Minister of Finance II.

This is the 11th consecutive year that Standard Chartered has been recognised in this award category, for its role promoting and developing small & medium enterprises in the country.

Alina Grace Tan, Director of Business Development, Priority Clients (second from right) receiving the Sahabat Negara SME 2015 award on behalf of Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia from YB Dato' Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, Minister of Finance II (third from right). Looking on are Michael Kang, National President of SME Association of Malaysia (far left) and Chey Onn Wah, Chairman of Working Committee, SME Recognition Awards 2015 (far right).


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