Enjoy up to 70% of net income offered as an overdraft.


Make It Happen with a Standard Chartered Overdraft

Seven days to pay day and it is one of those months where expenses have been unusually high. Have you wished for a bank account that allowed you to overdraw at the time of need and help tide you over the last few days of a difficult month? With the Standard Chartered overdraft (which is tagged to your salary account), you will always have access to cash when you need it.

Benefits and Features
  • The facility can either be used through a debit card or through a cheque transaction on your current account
  • Both Unsecured and Secured Overdraft facilities are available
  • Enjoy up to 70% of net income offered as an overdraft subject to a maximum of UGX 13,500,000


    • Salaried with a minimum gross salary of UGX 2,000,000 per month
    • For the overdraft facility, a salary account with Standard Chartered Bank is required


  •     Documents Required
    • Introduction letter from employer on company letterhead
    • Proof of income (certified copy of pay slip) and last 6 months bank statement
    • (for new accounts)
    • Copy of ID/passport
    • 1 passport sized photograph for new to bank customers

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