At Standard Chartered Private Bank, we provide you with portfolio solutions that take much of the complexity, effort and time out of investing.
Our fund selection team researches all of our funds thoroughly to ensure you’ll have a selection of best-in-class funds to choose from. We are one of the few institutions that only recommend funds we believe will outperform their benchmark over the next 18 months.
Our investment advisers help you make the best selection of funds to meet your investment objectives. What’s more, we conduct investment seminars on a regular basis so you can hear directly from portfolio managers and gain a better understanding of how your portfolio is affected by changes in the financial markets.
With all our expertise behind you, you can make the investment decisions that are right for you.
Our Signature portfolios are a range of discretionary portfolios that we can use to help you manage your wealth according to your investment objectives and personal aspirations.
The Signature portfolios, which consist of securities and mutual funds, are your gateway to global financial markets and a broad spectrum of managers, asset classes, geographies and sectors.The Signature range is made up of three categories – Signature Balanced, Signature Securities and Signature Funds.
Our Signature Balanced portfolios are offered across multiple categories and give you full transparency. Signature Securities portfolios focus on specific asset classes or geographic orientation, and Signature Funds portfolios give you exposure to different strategies, styles and mutual fund asset managers.
For Private Banking clients who prefer to take a more active approach to their portfolios, our wrap portfolios offer you the option of buying and selling funds from our selection as often as you want, without incurring a switching fee each time.
Our wrap option gives you all the benefits of our fund selection expertise, with the flexibility to rebalance your portfolio as and when you like.
To find out more, get in touch with us now.
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