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  •   Improved Online Banking experience coming soon 25 Oct 2016

    A world class digital offering is on its way that will help carry out your everyday financial needs

  •   Imbube King's Marathon 26 Sep 2016

    Celebrating the 21st Anniversary of its partnership with Swazi Slojos Athletes Club, Standard Bank Swaziland this year joins with the Swaziland National Provident Fund to host the inaugural Imbube King’s Marathon. The marathon is divided into three legs – a 10km family fun run, the 21km Standard Bank Slojos half-marathon and the 42km SNPF Slojos marathon. The routes take runners and other participants through a journey of Swaziland’s history as they will go past several historical landmarks including the Parliament Building, the capital city and central business district. The race is also expected to bring together several athletes from across the Southern African region. Top runners stand to win prizes worth E200 000. Are you ready to “Push your limits?” Then keep “Moving Forward!”. Click here for registration details and more info.

  •   A hike to recognise worth and beauty 01 Apr 2016

    The day for hiking and appreciating the scenery that comes with walking the Mahamba Gorge hiking trails is scheduled for 3rd April 2016.

  •   Coming Soon: Reimagined, Redesigned new Standard Bank E-Banking 23 Oct 2015

    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.

  •   Standard Bank Group leads on largest Sub-Saharan Africa Sukuk 23 Sep 2014

    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 in massive rail and port project in Africa 12 Jun 2014

    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.

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