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  • Price (ZAX)67.00
  • Today's Change5.00 / 8.06%
  • Shares traded100.00
  • 1 Year change--
  • Beta0.8416
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About the company

Standard Bank Group Limited is a South Africa-based bank. The Bank offers transactional banking, saving, borrowing, lending, investment, insurance, risk management, wealth management and advisory services. It operates through three business units: Personal and Business Banking; Corporate and Investment Banking, and Liberty Holdings Limited (Liberty). It offers fixed income and currencies, commodities and equities to the global market. It offers Investment banking services, such as advisory, debt products, structured trade and commodity finance, debt capital markets and equity capital markets. It offers real estate finance and principal investment management to the real estate sector. Its transactional products and services include transactional banking, investor services and trade finance. It offers market access and risk mitigation products to its clients to support their business requirements, including foreign exchange, commodity, credit, interest rate and equity instruments.

  • Revenue in ZAR (TTM)62.86bn
  • Net income in ZAR16.02bn
  • Incorporated1969
  • Employees50.69k
  • Location
    Standard Bank Group LtdStandard Bank CentreFl 9th, 5 Simmonds StreetJOHANNESBURG 2001South AfricaZAF
  • Phone+27 116361781
  • Fax+27 116318580
  • Websitehttp://www.standardbank.com/
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Institutional shareholders

1.69%Per cent of shares held by top holders
HolderShares% Held
Janus Capital Management LLCas of 22 Feb 2019135.00k1.69%
Data from 30 Jun 2020 - 30 Jun 2020Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc.
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