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Headquartered in London, Standard Chartered Private Bank is a British multinational services company that has more than 1,200 branches across 70 countries.
Standard Chartered currently employs around 85,000 people and has US$67.1 billion assets under management.
It has deep roots in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and provide consumer and corporate banking, institutional banking and other financial services to clients.
Standard Chartered is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.
Standard Chartered claims to help clients manage, protect and grow their wealth.
Standard Chartered's banking services are primarily divided into two categories:
1. Individual banking:
Standard Chartered claims to have a few options for clients looking for international banking, easy access and service. These include:
2. Corporate banking:
Standard Chartered provides banking solutions that supports business needs and provides services like employee banking, expert access to market insights, lending and other global services.
Additionally, Standard Chartered also provides Islamic banking and deep Shariah expertise.
Wealth management solutions:
Standard Chartered claims that their wealth management services help clients align their goals to their portfolio and their advisory team can provide insights and recommend investment strategies that are free of cognitive biases.
These wealth management services provided by Standard Chartered Bank include:
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Standard Chartered offers sustainable banking options to clients. This includes sustainable finance options for businesses, promoting responsible company operations and supporting inclusive communities.
Yes, Standard Chartered offers Islamic banking and Shariah-compliant banking.
Their international Islamic banking network spans across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
They also claim to have vast Shariah expertise and provide clients with great benefits and relationship management that puts values first.
Yes, Standard Chartered has offices in:
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Standard Chartered is a very large, top tier private bank with a very well-known brand, making them a good option for senior international investors.
However the traditional values you would expect from a private bank, such as trust and an uncompromising duty of care, are harder to achieve, the larger the outfit.
Standard Chartered is also not able to go to market to find you the best possible solutions, since it's only able to push its own products and services, which also makes it more expensive.
If you are already a private banking client of Standard Chartered, we would recommend a no-obligation Second Opinion to ensure you are on track to reach your ideal future.
Additionally, we are happy to review the financial plan that has led to the investment portfolio you currently have.