Standard Chartered Bank has a fully developed sustainability agenda with a clearly defined approach to social and environmental investment.
We've combined our fiduciary and sustainability expertise with independent specialists to create Investing for a better future – our philanthropy programme that offers you four distinct opportunities.
We've developed a selection of education and voluntary opportunities that allow you or your family members to become more involved and informed philanthropists. These opportunities vary from three-month to one-year voluntary positions on a project empowering women in Delhi. These positions help you learn about each specific charity sector and give you hands-on experience with everything from research to fundraising.
If you're looking to develop a strategic giving plan, our fiduciary experts and external partners offer individual profiling and advice, a personalised giving portfolio, bespoke structuring such as charitable trusts, and impact reporting. With our help, your philanthropic goals will be met and reviewed according to your wishes.
Leverage the expertise of our sustainability team and benefit from their experience. The team conducts consultancy sessions to help you learn corporate social responsibility best practices and successfully implement strategic sustainability initiatives for your business.
Seeing Is Believing (SIB) is a collaboration between Standard Chartered Bank and the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness to help prevent avoidable blindness. Standard Chartered Private Bank is funding three eye care projects over a five-year period to provide accessible and effective eye care services for the underprivileged in Kolkata, India, Sichuan, China, and Ibadan and Kano, Nigeria. You have the opportunity to contribute donations to our SiB programme with Standard Chartered matching each donation (up to the US$100 million target).
To find out more, get in touch with us now.
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October 2nd 2014
The Shellshock (or Bash Bug) vulnerability has recently been discovered by IT security researchers. This vulnerability could allow an attacker to gain control over an affected machine, access confidential information and perform unauthorised activities. The Bank has carried out investigations and found no vulnerability in our systems. We will continue to monitor our systems and the external environment to take necessary action if a threat is detected