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Our Profile

The Corporate and Investment Banking division of Standard Bank provides a full range of services to support the banking, finance, trading and advisory needs of corporate clients and institutions.

We have evolved continuously in order to provide clients with seamless banking solutions across a range of corporate and investment banking products and services. By maintaining a diversified earnings stream across key business areas, we are able to meet both the needs of our clients and maintain a steady performance as the top-rated bank in South Africa and further afield.

We pride ourselves on being the leading bank in our chosen markets, driven by a commitment to outstanding customer service and state-of-the-art systems and technology.

Our corporate structure ensures that we are able to provide customised products and services to both established customers as well as newer, entrepreneurial companies. By focusing on personalised solutions and ongoing financial product development, we are committed to delivering solutions that support our clients' success where it matters most.

We are deeply committed to Mozambique and to the transformation of our country and its economy.We believe in supporting social and cultural development by sponsoring and actively participating in projects that uplift our nation.

As part of the Standard Bank Group we have a vast reach with a strong presence throughout Africa, around the world.

Events & Social Responsabilities

NOTICE: Prohibition of external receipts via SWIFT MT103 in national currency

Please note that the Bank of Mozambique has communicated on the 10th June 2020 all commercial banks to not process inward payments in local currency, as they must be remitted to Mozambique in foreign currency, despite the beneficiary account being in MZN or in foreign currency.

Standard Bank plays leading role in Mozambique LNG financing

Standard Bank is one of the leading financial services providers involved in the financing of up to US $15 billion for the Mozambique LNG project, led by the French multinational Total, in the Rovuma basin, whose financing documents, confirming access to the senior debt, were signed on Wednesday, July 15.