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Standard Chartered PLC is an international banking company. The Banks's segments include Corporate & Institutional Banking, Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, and Private Banking. Its Corporate & Institutional Banking segment supports clients with their transaction banking, corporate finance, financial markets and borrowing needs across markets. Its Retail Banking segment serves individuals and small businesses. It provides digital banking services with a human touch to its clients, with services spanning across deposits, payments, financing products and Wealth Management. It also supports its clients with their business banking needs. Its Commercial Banking segment serves local corporations and medium-sized enterprises in markets across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Its Private Banking segment offers a full range of investment, credit and wealth planning products to grow, and protect, the wealth of high-net-worth individuals.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)7.67bn
  • Net income in GBP1.29bn
  • Incorporated1969
  • Employees83.60k
  • Location
    Standard Chartered PLC1 Basinghall AvenueLONDON EC2V 5DDUnited KingdomGBR
  • Phone+44 207 885 8888
  • Fax+44 207 885 9999
  • Websitehttps://www.sc.com/en/
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