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Standard Chartered is a company that provides banking products and services to individuals and enterprises. It operates in two segments: Corporate, Commercial, and Institutional Banking (CCIB) and Consumer, Private, and Business Banking (CPBB). Standard Chartered specializes in investments, risk management, debt capital, securities services, structured and project financing, cash management, payments and transactions, trade finance products, portfolio management, deposits, savings, mortgages, credit cards, personal loans, etc.
HQLondon, GB
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Employees (est.) (Dec 2020)83,657
Job Openings3,869
Revenue (FY, 2020)$20.9 B(-16%)
Share Price (Jun 2021)£4.9
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Standard Chartered

Bill Winters

Bill Winters

Group Chief Executive
John Peace

John Peace

Andy Halford

Andy Halford

Group Chief Financial Officer
David Fein

David Fein

Group General Counsel
David Whiteing

David Whiteing

Group Chief Operating Officer
Michael Gorriz

Michael Gorriz

Group Chief Information Officer
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Standard Chartered Office Locations

Standard Chartered has offices in London, New York, Luanda, Buenos Aires and in 57 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
1 Basinghall Ave
Luanda, AO
Avenida 4 de Fevereiro Marginal de Luanda Distrito Urbano da Ingombota
Buenos Aires, AR
Av. Leandro N. Alem 855 – 32nd Floor
Sydney, AU
345 George St
Manama, BH
Building 180, Road 383, Block 315, Government Road
Dhaka, BD
67 Gulshan Ave
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Standard Chartered Financials and Metrics

Standard Chartered Revenue

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Standard Chartered's revenue was reported to be $20.9 b in FY, 2020 which is a 16% decrease from the previous period.

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Standard Chartered's current market capitalization is £15.4 b.
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Standard Chartered Operating Metrics

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$382.11 b$391.01 b$408.49 b$405.36 b$428.85 b$452.73 b

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$255.1 b$317.97 b$260.25 b$268.52 b$268.79 b$326.05 b


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Standard Chartered Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Shanghai Siyanli IndustrialFebruary 05, 2017$224 m
Gryphon Partners Advisory Pty Ltd.September 07, 2011
Gryphon Partners Canada Inc.September 05, 2011
American Express BankFebruary 28, 2008$823 m
Union Bank LtdAugust 09, 2006$413 m
Nakornthon BankSeptember 13, 1999$312.9 m
BM Dependents Limited
Chartered Financial Holdings Limited
FinVentures UK Limited
Pembroke Aircraft Leasing (UK) Limited
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Standard Chartered Revenue Breakdown

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Standard Chartered revenue breakdown by business segment: 9.5% from Commercial Banking, 34.0% from Retail Banking, 48.9% from Corporate & Institutional Banking and 7.6% from Other

Standard Chartered revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 13.0% from Europe & Americas, 40.7% from Greater China & North Asia, 29.6% from ASEAN & South Asia, 16.0% from Africa & Middle East and 0.7% from Other

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Standard Chartered Cybersecurity Score

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Standard Chartered Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

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Standard Chartered News and Updates

Standard Chartered jumps into crypto trading after HSBC darts away

Standard Chartered is hopping on the crypto trading bandwagon. The British banking giant today announced that its innovation unit, SC Ventures, will launch a digital asset brokerage and exchange platform for institutional clients in Europe. StanChart is establishing the venture alongside BC Technol…

Standard Chartered and BC Group plan European digital asset trading platform

Standard Chartered is joining forces with BC Technology Group to build a digital asset brokerage and exchange platform for institutional and corporate clients in the UK and Europe.

Standard Chartered to offer escrow-as-a-service in tandem with tazapay and Proxtera

Standard Chartered has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with payments startup Tazapay to deliver digital escrow services to buyers and sellers looking to trade globally on Proxtera, a business-to-business marketplace network.

DBS, SGX, Standard Chartered and Temasek team on carbon exchange

DBS, Singapore Exchange, Standard Chartered and Temasek are creating a global exchange and marketplace for carbon credits.

DBS, SGX, Standard Chartered and Temasek to take climate action through global carbon exchange and marketplace

DBS, SGX, Standard Chartered and Temasek to develop a carbon exchange and marketplace, Climate Impact X; providing organisations with high-quality carbon credits to address hard-to-abate emissions Climate Impact X will use satellite monitoring, machine learning and blockchain technology...

Standard Chartered Targeted By Greta Thunberg’s Fridays For Future Activists

The activists staged a fake press conference for the bank in a bid to draw attention to its record of backing big fossil fuels.
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Standard Chartered Blogs

The USD15 trillion infrastructure gap: what are the opportunities for investors?

Public amenities - from clean tap water to well-functioning electricity and internet connections, roads and bridges – often referred to as infrastructure by economists – are critical for the world’s economic and social development.COVID-19 has thrown a spotlight on the deficiencies in global infrast…

Net-zero by 2050: Half of companies not transitioning fast enough

The world is in danger of missing the goals laid out in the Paris Agreement – aimed at staving off climate change – unless immediate action is taken.Under the agreement, the world must transition to net-zero carbon by 2050, to curb the worst effects of global warming. Yet, despite the target being l…

How tech and principles-based thinking can change HR

Tanuj Kapilashrami, our Group Head of Human Resources, spoke to Gallup recently to talk about technology and new ways of thinking in the HR space. This article was originally published by Gallup.“In HR, we’re actually product managers,” says Tanuj. “And employment is our product.”That view led our H…

Keeping children safe: Our work with ICMEC on cryptocurrency

While bringing obvious benefits for both individuals and financial institutions, cryptocurrency could be used as a means of payment in commercial child abuse and sexual exploitation.While the use of credit cards to purchase child exploitation material has declined, cryptocurrency – which is often pe…

Taking biases out of investment decisions

One of the biggest challenges investors face is their own cognitive biases, which can prevent them from making the most objective and optimal decisions for their portfolio.An average human is influenced by more than 180 cognitive biases, ranging from authority bias – where you tend to listen to perc…

How our COVID-19 Fund is supporting communities across the world

COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the lives of people all over the world. For children, it has meant disruption to learning.Thirteen-year old Effat usually studies at Milestone School in Dhaka, Bangladesh. But in 2020, the pandemic meant that  attending in person was no longer possible. Her class…
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Standard Chartered Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Standard Chartered founded?

    Standard Chartered was founded in 1969.

  • Who are Standard Chartered key executives?

    Standard Chartered's key executives are Bill Winters, John Peace and Andy Halford.

  • How many employees does Standard Chartered have?

    Standard Chartered has 83,657 employees.

  • What is Standard Chartered revenue?

    Latest Standard Chartered annual revenue is $20.9 b.

  • What is Standard Chartered revenue per employee?

    Latest Standard Chartered revenue per employee is $249.8 k.

  • Who are Standard Chartered competitors?

    Competitors of Standard Chartered include Bank of America, NatWest Group and Deutsche Bank.

  • Where is Standard Chartered headquarters?

    Standard Chartered headquarters is located at 1 Basinghall Ave, London.

  • Where are Standard Chartered offices?

    Standard Chartered has offices in London, New York, Luanda, Buenos Aires and in 57 other locations.

  • How many offices does Standard Chartered have?

    Standard Chartered has 67 offices.