Standard Chartered Bank Singapore is part of an international banking group that provides services to clients for more than 150 years worldwide.
The Bank operates in Singapore for 160 years, when the first branch was opened in 1859. Standard Chartered received a Qualifying Full Bank (QFB) license in October 1999, as one of the first international banks in the country.
In Singapore, the bank serves individual and corporate clients by offering a full range of financial services in personal, priority and private banking.
Standard Chartered Bank Singapore has a network of 16 branches, 6 priority banking centres and 27 ATMs on the island.