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EFCC storms Standard Chartered bank, lender describes visit as baseless
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), yesterday, stormed the headquarters of Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria Limited, a development that created panic among passers-by and fuelled speculations. An eyewitness, who would only want to be known as Richy, told The Guardian that the operatives, about 20 in number, came in a white coaster…
Standard Chartered Bank disputes indictment in $8.13tr illegal transfers
Barely two weeks after a Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) report indicted Standard Chartered Bank Limited for illegal transfers, with a fine of N2.47b, the bank has declared its readiness to contest the findings, saying it is innocent. The bank, which penalty for the alleged breaches had been deducted by CBN, described the apex bank’s…
Standard Chartered unveils new sustainability framework
The Standard Chartered Bank has unveiled a new Sustainability Philosophy, which sets out how it integrates sustainability into its organisational decision-making and how it will work with its clients, suppliers, NGOs and governments in its markets.
SCB gets multiple awards
Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Nigeria has emerged the Best Overall Bank for Cash Management in Nigeria by Global Finance.Global Finance in its rankings released for the 18th yearly Best Treasury and Cash Management Banks and Providers by category, region and by country, saw the lender coming out tops.
SCB urges investors to weigh equities, bond options in 2018
As the global economy is gradually rebounding, with the direction pointing towards reflation for some major economies, Standard Chartered Bank has advised investors to manage downside risks, with preference for equities and corporate bonds. Emerging Market bonds, preferably the Asian dollar-denominated bonds, are expected to outperform those of the U.S. and Europe on the back…
‘Failure to comply with ethical standards bane of Nigeria’s leadership’
The failure of professional bodies to comply with laid down rules, regulations and set standards in the public and private sectors, has been identified as the bane of leadership in the country.
Standard Chartered launches brand campaign
Standard Chartered Bank has launched a brand campaign titled “No.1 Bank: Power Your Ambitions” in a move to highlight its recent achievements and reiterate commitment to the Africa and Middle East (AME) region.
Standard Chartered pursues ten smart-branch plans
Standard Chartered Bank Group has opened the fourth in a series of 10-smart branch plan in Lagos, due by the end of June this year.
How lack of vision worsened Nigeria’s economic crisis, by ex-minister
For Nigeria to overcome its current economic recession, the Federal Government must initiate policies and programmes to boost the confidence of investors.