Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore is an integral part of an international Banking group as it is where the bank opened its first branch in 1859. After about 150 years, the bank is still adherent to its purpose which was to drive commerce and prosperity through its unique diversity. In October 1999, Standard Chartered Bank was amongst the first international banks to receive a Qualifying Full Bank (QFB) license which is an endorsement of the Group's long-standing commitment to its commitment in the business. The Bank has won numerous accolades in the financial sector including the Singapore Quality Class (SQC) certification and certification for Innovation and Service which represents its sustainable business performance and robust management system. Standard Chartered banking system is present in 60 markets having has 1,026 branches worldwide and employ more than 86,000 people around the world. It is also among the top 100 largest companies listed on the London Stock Exchange and also listed on two of Asia's largest stock exchanges.