Standard Chartered, Stanchart, Private Banking

Standard Chartered, Stanchart

StanChart says its US$100b AUM target is still on track

. @StanChart says its US$100b AUM target is still on track

1/4/2020 4:50:00 AM

. StanChart says its US$100b AUM target is still on track

STANDARD Chartered said it is on track to grow its private banking assets to US$100 billion in the next two to four years, even as the virus fallout continues to roil global markets, a senior executive from the bank told The Business Times. Read more at The Business Times.

BT PHOTO: GIN TAYSingaporeSTANDARD Chartered said it is on track to grow its private banking assets to US$100 billion in the next two to four years, even as the virus fallout continues to roil global markets, a senior executive from the bank told The Business Times.

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This comes as the bank has been... Read more: The Business Times »

StanChart sets aside US$1b to finance pharma firms, mask makers amid Covid-19STANDARD Chartered on Monday said it will set aside US$1 billion to finance companies that are providing goods and services to tackle the Covid-19 outbreak. Read more at The Business Times.

StanChart sets aside US$1b to finance pharma firms, mask makers tackling Covid-19SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - Standard Chartered on Monday (March 30) said it will set aside US$1 billion (S$.43 billion) to finance companies that are providing goods and services to tackle the Covid-19 outbreak.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore shares open higher tracking US gains; STI up 2.5%SINGAPORE shares opened higher on Tuesday after US stocks had closed higher overnight despite a sharp increase in coronavirus cases in the US and other major economies. Read more at The Business Times.

Trump says Putin to 'probably ask' for lifting of US sanctions on RussiaWASHINGTON (AFP) - US President Donald Trump said on Monday (March 30) he expects his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to request the lifting of US sanctions during an upcoming phone call.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Prince Harry, wife Meghan, do not need US help for security costs, spokeswoman saysThe comment is in response to US President Donald Trump's earlier tweet where he said the couple would have to pay for their own security protection in the country. LiberalsAreHypocrites. Why did a Woke Canada and racist BlackfaceTrudeau suddenly refuse to pay for their security?

Coronavirus: Fed will do 'whatever it takes' to help US economy likely in recession, says DalySAN FRANCISCO (REUTERS) - The Federal Reserve is ready to do more to help a US economy ground to a sudden halt as businesses shutter and people stay home to slow the coronavirus pandemic, San Francisco Fed president Mary Daly said on Tuesday (March 31).. Read more at straitstimes.com.