Sustainability

Why bank with us?

Standard Chartered is focused on building a sustainable business and creating long-term value for our clients, investors and society.

Here are some of the projects we support.

  • Seeing Is Believing

    Seeing Is Believing

    Seeing Is Believing (SiB) is a collaboration between Standard Chartered Bank and the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness. SiB works to help tackle avoidable blindness.

    Standard Chartered Private Bank is working with our clients to help fund three eye care projects under SiB.

  • Living with HIV

    Living with HIV

    Our Living with HIV programme aims to reduce the spread of new infections by giving people the facts to make safe lifestyle choices.

    We run face-to-face workshops that cover the basic facts about the virus. We also work with external organisations to help them develop tailored workplace education programmes and train volunteers inside the organisations to be peer educators.

  • Goal

    Goal

    Goal is our global community programme aimed at empowering adolescent girls from deprived areas with the skills they need to make informed life choices.

    We partner with global development charities that are experts in developing confidence, leadership and teaching life skills to young adults. Playing sports gives them a break from the stresses of their home lives and teaches them important social skills. The girls also learn key life skills, including how to stay healthy and manage their money.

Seeing Is Believing

Seeing Is Believing

Seeing Is Believing (SiB) is a collaboration between Standard Chartered Bank and the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness. SiB works to help tackle avoidable blindness.

Standard Chartered Private Bank is working with our clients to help fund three eye care projects under SiB.

Click here for our annual sustainability report or find out more about our philanthropy services that support your efforts to give back.

If you'd like to find out how our way of banking can help you, 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