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Standard Chartered provides banking products and services for individuals and companies. It’s engaged in operations in consumer, corporate and institutional banking, and treasury services.

TypePublic
Founded1853
HQLondon, GB
Websitesc.com

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)82,838(-3%)
Job Openings3,070
Revenue (FY, 2017)$21.1 B(+8%)

Key People/Management at Standard Chartered

David Whiteing

David Whiteing

Group Chief Operating Officer
Bill Winters

Bill Winters

Group Chief Executive
Pam Walkden

Pam Walkden

Group Head, Human Resources
David Fein

David Fein

Group General Counsel
Doris Honold

Doris Honold

Group Chief Operating Officer
Benjamin Hung Pi Cheng

Benjamin Hung Pi Cheng

CEO, Retail Banking, Regional CEO, Greater China & North Asia, and CEO, Wealth Management
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Standard Chartered Office Locations

Standard Chartered has offices in London, Yangon, Saint Helier, Riyadh and in 43 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
1 Basinghall Ave
Luanda, AO
R. Gamal Abdel Nasser
Retiro, AR
855 Av. Leandro N. Alem
Sydney, AU
345 George St
Manama, BH
Block 315
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 $21.11 b in FY, 2017 which is a 7.1% increase from the previous period.
USD

Revenue (FY, 2017)

21.1b

Revenue growth (FY, 2016 - FY, 2017), %

7.1%

Gross profit (FY, 2017)

14.4b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2017), %

68.3%

Net income (FY, 2017)

1.3b

Cash (31-Dec-2017)

58.9b

EV

29.5b
Annual
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

23.8b21.0b19.7b21.1b

Revenue growth, %

41%(12%)(6%)7%

Cost of goods sold

6.5b5.7b5.7b6.7b

Gross profit

17.4b15.3b14.1b14.4b
Half Year
USDH1, 2015H2, 2015H1, 2016H2, 2016H1, 2017

Revenue

11.5b9.3b9.6b9.9b10.0b

Cost of goods sold

2.7b2.8b2.6b2.9b2.8b

Gross profit

8.8b6.5b7.0b7.1b7.2b

Gross profit Margin, %

76%70%73%71%72%
Annual
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

97.3b65.3b70.7b58.9b

Prepaid Expenses

2.6b2.2b2.2b2.3b

Inventories

368.6b321.9b281.2b306.2b

PP&E

8.0b7.2b7.3b2.3b
Half Year
USDH1, 2015H1, 2016H1, 2017

Cash

77.3b66.2b76.9b

Prepaid Expenses

2.6b2.4b2.3b

Inventories

359.6b334.8b342.3b

PP&E

7.7b7.4b7.6b
Annual
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

2.7b(2.2b)(191.0m)1.3b

Cash From Operating Activities

52.6b(29.4b)8.4b(3.2b)

Purchases of PP&E

(189.0m)(130.0m)(195.0m)(165.0m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(4.2b)(13.4b)3.8b(4.0b)
Half Year
USDH1, 2015H2, 2015H1, 2016H2, 2016H1, 2017

Net Income

1.5b(3.7b)625.0m(816.0m)1.2b

Cash From Operating Activities

(18.6b)(10.8b)2.7b5.8b(2.3b)

Purchases of PP&E

(51.0m)(79.0m)(55.0m)(140.0m)(57.0m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(7.4b)(6.0b)3.9b(121.0m)1.7b
USDY, 2017

EV/CFO

-9.2 x

Revenue/Employee

244.1k

Debt/Equity

1.2 x

Debt/Assets

0.1 x

Financial Leverage

12.8 x
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Standard Chartered Operating Metrics

Standard Chartered 's Assets Under Management was reported to be $64.4b in FY, 2017. Standard Chartered 's Total Deposits was reported to be $401.5b in FY, 2017. Standard Chartered 's Total Loans was reported to be $360.5b in FY, 2017.
FY, 2014H1, 2015FY, 2015H1, 2016FY, 2016H1, 2017FY, 2017

Assets Under Management

$66 b$61 b$56.66 b$57 b$54.22 b$58.87 b$64.42 b

Financial Customers

9 m9 m

Total Deposits

$459.74 b$427.19 b$388.24 b$403.21 b$408.75 b$430.40 b$401.45 b

Total Loans

$368.59 b$359.61 b$321.85 b$334.84 b$325.33 b$342.35 b$360.48 b
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Standard Chartered Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
BM Dependents Limited
Chartered Financial Holdings Limited
FinVentures UK Limited
Pembroke Aircraft Leasing (UK) Limited
SC 0verseas Investments Limited
SC Leaseco
SCMB Overseas Limited
SC (Secretaries) Limited
SC Transport Leasing
Stanchart Nominees Limited
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Standard Chartered Revenue Breakdown

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Standard Chartered revenue breakdown by business segment: 7.8% from Central & Other Items, 9.3% from Commercial Banking, 33.9% from Retail Banking, 45.5% from Corporate & Institutional Banking and 3.5% from Other

Standard Chartered revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 19.3% from Africa & Middle East, 39.3% from Greater China & North Asia, 11.2% from Europe & Americas, 26.8% from ASEAN & South Asia and 3.4% from Other

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Standard Chartered News and Updates

Essar Steel lenders said to mull higher payout to Standard Chartered

Essar Steel lenders to consider a ₹3,000 crore payout to Standard Chartered and other operational creditors.The move by the lenders is part of an attempt to complete Essar Steel's sale to ArcelorMittal by end of March

Standard Chartered Private Bank names head for Middle East, North Africa operations

Standard Chartered Private Bank on Thursday appointed Ali Hammad as the market head of private banking in Middle East and North Africa.

Standard Chartered sets up digital business platform for Indian SMEs

Standard Chartered is to launch a standalone technology company catering to the needs of small and m...

Standard Chartered resets growth strategy with cost cutting, divestment plans

Standard Chartered PLC on Tuesday said it would cut $700 million in costs and exit smaller businesses as part of a three-year strategy overhaul aimed at boosting growth and possibly doubling dividend payments.

Standard Chartered to cut costs, divest businesses in fresh growth strategy

Standard Chartered PLC on Tuesday said it would cut $700 million in costs and exit smaller businesses, as part of the lender's new three-year strategy overhaul to boost growth.

Standard Chartered sets aside $900 million to cover U.S., British fines

Standard Chartered PLC (StanChart) has set aside $900 million to cover fines resulting from investigations by regulators in Britain and the United States, it said on Thursday, sending its shares down 1 percent.
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Standard Chartered Blogs

Infographic: China’s road to capital markets liberalisation

Since the early 1990s, China has been making a concerted effort to try to make its capital markets more appealing to international investors. From the introduction of new technologies to regulatory changes, the aim is to bring more foreign money into China's equity and bond markets, which have a com…

China investment: a new age of open access

Since China began opening up its capital markets in 1992, the country’s concerted approach to liberalisation has gradually won the confidence of international investors.The latest example of China’s commitment to financial reform is the awarding of a domestic fund custody license to Standard Charter…

I feel like the skills I offer are taken seriously

I vividly remember the day I joined Standard Chartered in 2003. I was nervous but excited. Nervous because I didn’t know what to expect, and excited to meet and work with new people. Here I am 15 years later, working in a team responsible for headcount management in Chennai, and I couldn’t feel more…

Belt and Road shines through the US-China trade dispute

Launched just five years ago, the Belt and Road Initiative (B&R) has come a long way in a short time. While the rising risk of a prolonged US-China trade dispute looks set to reshape the global trade and investment landscape, we believe that it could fuel B&R’s growth and make it even more i…

How I found my work-life balance: Evangelos’ story

We all have highs and lows in our lives, and there are many reasons we might struggle to find the right work-life balance. For Evangelos (our Head of Client Services and Change Delivery, Private Banking CSM), the joy of his daughter Enni's arrival was soon followed by sadness, as his mother was diag…

Embracing disruption: the future of banking

How is AI going to redefine how you manage your wealth? Could chatbots really learn to talk to us as other humans would? Is blockchain the answer to all our transaction efficiency problems? We caught up with our Group Chief Information Officer, Dr Michael Gorriz, to find out how key tech trends are …
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Standard Chartered Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Standard Chartered founded?

    Standard Chartered was founded in 1853.

  • Who are Standard Chartered key executives?

    Standard Chartered 's key executives are David Whiteing, Bill Winters and Pam Walkden.

  • How many employees does Standard Chartered have?

    Standard Chartered has 82,838 employees.

  • What is Standard Chartered revenue?

    Latest Standard Chartered annual revenue is $21.1 b.

  • What is Standard Chartered revenue per employee?

    Latest Standard Chartered revenue per employee is $254.8 k.

  • Who are Standard Chartered competitors?

    Competitors of Standard Chartered include HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.

  • 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, Yangon, Saint Helier, Riyadh and in 43 other locations.

  • How many offices does Standard Chartered have?

    Standard Chartered has 59 offices.