Standard Bank Swaziland opened its doors in 1988 and today, it is a leading commercial bank in the country in terms of capital and assets.
Standard Bank Swaziland provides a full range of consumer, business, and corporate and investment banking services to clients who require a local banking partner with international reach. We service the evolving needs of local and international clients, delivered by over 430 employees at 13 branches, as well as 56 ATMs and our advanced online banking services.
Our Corporate & Investment Banking team combines an in-depth understanding of local market conditions and drivers with Standard Bank's experience in emerging markets to develop client-focused solutions, customised to each client's unique requirements.
Over the years, we have built a formidable reputation in corporate and investment banking. We have strong sector and product knowledge, and understand the unique character of business in Swaziland, from banking, transaction and regulatory requirements, to the players and opportunities.
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For more information on Standard Bank Corporate & Investment banking visit http://corporateandinvestment.standardbank.com/CIB/.
In Swaziland, we realise significant value for our clients in Swaziland’s manufacturing and agriculture sectors. Supported by the sector experts at Standard Bank in Johannesburg, where needed, we also work with key players in Swaziland across the sectors of mining and retail.
Our sector specialists provide insights into the conditions and challenges faced on-the-ground by our clients. We develop working solutions by understanding all players in the sector value chain, and coordinate and execute our clients’ financing and banking requirements within and across continents.
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Standard Bank Swaziland is part of Standard Bank Group, a leading African financial services organisation with a presence in 20 African countries and key financial centres. As one of the largest banking networks on the continent, we provide a range of cross-border solutions to regional and international investors and organisations.
For more information on Standard Bank Corporate & Investment banking visit http://corporateandinvestment.standardbank.com/CIB/
Standard Bank Group has acted as joint lead manager on the National Treasury of South Africa’s debut Sukuk in the international capital markets.
Standard Bank Group has been awarded the prestigious Global Finance award for 2013 Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Africa. Standard Bank Group was also named the Best Foreign Exchange Provider in four African countries: South Africa, Nigeria, Botswana and Zambia.
Standard Bank Group has been appointed as financial adviser and mandated lead debt arranger by Sundance Resources in a USD3.5-billion project to build port and rail infrastructures for the Mbalam-Nabeba Iron Ore Project in Central Africa.
MBABANE - There is something to get excited about next month as Standard Bank will unveil a new and more innovative E-Banking platform. From 9th November 2015, we will be moving forward in the technological sphere to make your banking experience better, more convenient and seamless.
Caterpillar Financial Services (Dubai) Limited (Cat Financial), an indirect subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. and a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, the largest financier of Cat® machines worldwide, and Standard Bank Group, Africa's largest banking group, have entered into a collaboration agreement through which Standard Bank Group will provide a range of financial services to Caterpillar customers in six African countries.
Emeafinance Achievement Awards
Global trade review (GTR)
Global Finance World’s Best Emerging Markets Banks