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Retail Term Finance Certificates (TFCs)

Standard Chartered Bank offers fixed-rate Retail Term Finance Certificates (TFCs) through its distribution channels, if any on offer, to individual and as well as institutional investors. A TFC, like bonds, are structured to provide regular income in the form of coupons and the TFC is given a credit rating by either JCR-VIS or PACRA before they are available for issue.

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