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Saadiq Corporate & Institutional Banking

The large number of Muslim countries where Standard Chartered strategically operates also presents a great opportunity for Islamic trade finance and structured financing deals to be negotiated.

At Standard Chartered Saadiq, we partner with you to ensure your goals are achieved without disregarding the Shariah principles you value. You can rely on us to further your success.


Financing products

Standard Chartered Saadiq can help you build your business further with our Shariah-compliant financing products. We offer an array of products from working capital financing to asset acquisition to suit your business needs. Sound working capital management will ensure your business enjoys better liquidity in order to operate more effectively and efficiently.

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Islamic trade finance

Imagine a trading environment where you can be sure of timely payments from your buyers and minimise concerns about paying your suppliers. Think how much easier your business would be if your domestic trade ran smoothly, your exports were processed quickly and accurately, and your imports were cleared efficiently on favourable terms. Not to mention doing all this without foregoing the essence of the Islamic values. Our Islamic trade finance products offer you precisely these benefits.

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