Two mountaineers have set a world record by being the first to use a mobile banking app on Mount Everest.
Standard Chartered is to redefine the phrase 'armchair banking' by conducting mobile transactions with two mountaineers as they attempt to scale Mount Everest.
Euroclear Bank announces today that assets for mutual clients held at Standard Chartered will now be available for use as collateral - via Euroclear's global "Collateral Highway" - to meet collateral requirements in triparty deals managed by Euroclear Bank.
Clearstream and Standard Chartered Bank are to cooperate on developing a customised collateral management solution for their mutual clients.
Tradition has launched ParFX, a spot forex trading platform with the backing of 11 major banks, including Barclays and UBS.
Standard Chartered Bank has unveiled a new standard for its global consumer banking websites with customers in India the first to experience the Bank's redesigned online sales and service channel.
Standard Chartered Bank today signaled its ongoing commitment to talent development in financial services technology by announcing the 2013 Mobile Ventures Fellowship (MoVe) programme.
As part of a combined $327 million settlement with federal and local government partners, the US Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today announced a $132 million agreement with Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) to settle its potential liability for apparent violations of U.S. sanctions.
Standard Chartered says it expects to pay $330 million to settle with US regulators for breaching sanctions against Iran.
Standard Chartered Bank's Singapore unit has unveiled a payment card featuring an embedded security token for online transactions.
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