Australia and China

Standard Chartered Bank was form when the Standard Bank of British South Africa and the Chartered Bank India, Australia and China merges back in 1969. The Standard Bank was founded in the Cape Province of South Africa by John Paterson back in 1862, while the Chartered Bank founded by James Wilson following the grant of royal charter by Queen Victoria in 1853.

Standard Chartered Bank has been in Singapore for 155 years, ever since its first branch was opened back then in 1859. In October 1999, Standard Chartered Bank was one of the international bank to receive a Qualifying Full Bank license.

Standard Chartered Bank is the largest foreign bank in Singapore in terms of branch network, they offers a wide range of retail banking, support products and services to their clients, such as mortgages, personal loans and credit cards. Today, Standard Chartered Bank has over 7,300 employees, 19 branches, 7 Priority Banking centres and 32 ATMs in Singapore

A PESTEL Analysis and Porter’s 5 Forces will be provided from the viewpoint of Standard Chartered Bank Singapore to assess how the external environmental factors may impact the Bank’s business and how we could counter the problem faced.

Standard Chartered Bank was form when the Standard Bank of British South Africa and the Chartered Bank India, Australia and China merges back in 1969. The Standard Bank was founded in the Cape Province of South Africa by John Paterson back in 1862, while the Chartered Bank founded by James Wilson following the grant of royal charter by Queen Victoria in 1853.

Standard Chartered Bank has been in Singapore for 155 years, ever since its first branch was opened back then in 1859. In October 1999, Standard Chartered Bank was one of the international bank to receive a Qualifying Full Bank license.

Standard Chartered Bank is the largest foreign bank in Singapore in terms of branch network, they offers a wide range of retail banking, support products and services to their clients, such as mortgages, personal loans and credit cards. Today, Standard Chartered Bank has over 7,300 employees, 19 branches, 7 Priority Banking centres and 32 ATMs in Singapore

A PESTEL Analysis and Porter’s 5 Forces will be provided from the viewpoint of Standard Chartered Bank Singapore to assess how the external environmental factors may impact the Bank’s business and how we could counter the problem faced.

Standard Chartered Bank was form when the Standard Bank of British South Africa and the Chartered Bank India, Australia and China merges back in 1969. The Standard Bank was founded in the Cape Province of South Africa by John Paterson back in 1862, while the Chartered Bank founded by James Wilson following the grant of royal charter by Queen Victoria in 1853.

Standard Chartered Bank has been in Singapore for 155 years, ever since its first branch was opened back then in 1859. In October 1999, Standard Chartered Bank was one of the international bank to receive a Qualifying Full Bank license.

Standard Chartered Bank is the largest foreign bank in Singapore in terms of branch network, they offers a wide range of retail banking, support products and services to their clients, such as mortgages, personal loans and credit cards. Today, Standard Chartered Bank has over 7,300 employees, 19 branches, 7 Priority Banking centres and 32 ATMs in Singapore

A PESTEL Analysis and Porter’s 5 Forces will be provided from the viewpoint of Standard Chartered Bank Singapore to assess how the external environmental factors may impact the Bank’s business and how we could counter the problem faced.