- Country Chief Executive Officer: Jeremy Awori
- Local time: GMT +3 hours
- Language: English (official), Swahili (national), 42 local languages
- Population: 40 million
- Currency name: Tanzanian Shilling
- No. of branches: 7
- Established: 1911
Standard Chartered aspires to be the best international bank in its markets by being the right partner for its stakeholders and leading by example. The Bank reopened its doors in Tanzania in 1993, making it the first international bank after independence to operate in the country. Currently the Bank has 7 branches located in Dar es Salaam (IHP, NIC, Shoppers and Kariakoo) Arusha, Mwanza and Moshi .The bank’s headquarters is located at International House building and employs over 380 staff
SCBT the first Bank in Tanzania to introduce the Automated Tele Machine (ATM) thus creating for itself a niche as a Bank that creates convenience and accessibility for its customers. The Bank has continued to lead the way in Tanzania in financial performance, service, innovation and sustainability and thus receiving many awards and accolades.
In Tanzania, Standard Chartered has built up a base of more than 20,000 customers, and we aim to offer innovative products and excellent service, which compete with the best in the world. Our consumer business focuses on up-scaling individuals and their businesses. We have expanded our range of products and services, to include Import and Export Finance, Structured Trade solutions, and foreign exchange risk management.
Standard Chartered has built up a significant capital base and developed a strong Client Relationships business, establishing relationships with major international corporations, local businesses, donor agencies, Government and parastatal organisations.
Principal Office Address - Headquarters
1st Floor, International House
Corner Shaaban Robert Street/Garden Avenue
P. O Box 9011, Dar es Salaam
Fax: +255 222113770
For more information
(022) 2164 999