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Temasek digs into a big bite of Standard Chartered | Banking Insight

The Singapore Government’s International investment fund, which bought into some Chinese banks and Citi and Stan Chart during the crisis is having serious rethink of its investment in Emerging market … Continue reading

October 3, 2012

US Morning Report: The Pound winds down, Stanchart pays with $15B in Market Cap and Facebook gets ready for extreme supply

The Pound Sterling fell to more comfortable levels in Asia and for once London did not have to go against the grain of the trade in the pre US open … Continue reading

August 7, 2012

Bank Results Season: Standard Chartered effectively neutralised in Asia? (Q1 2012)

The Temasek controversy apart ( Aside: This is not much of a controversy really, The investor wanted to hold $10 bln worth of Stan C shares and we assume and … Continue reading

May 2, 2012

Bank Results Preview: Standard Chartered remains highly profitable in key markets

Again, with so much data at hand and so many gamechangers in play , all of HSBC, JP Morgan and the Emerging Markets Prince Standard Chartered would be posted in … Continue reading

February 29, 2012

The Top 500 Bank Brands Pt 2 , Biggest Winner, Biggest Losers

The Banker put the Top 500 brands list for Banks to use in the February 2012 issue, showing everyone how Bank of America lost the most brand value from 2010 … Continue reading

February 9, 2012 · 2 Comments

Political Crises threatens Standard Chartered in Africa

Even a sJo Biden visited the fastest growing emerging markets of Mongolia, trouble’s brewing up in the fifth continent. The Kenyan arms of Barclays and Standard Chartered were clubbed with … Continue reading

August 19, 2011

This Bank subsidiarisation thing: It makes sense, right?

A caveat for some of the global readers who may not want the Indian example for their purposes and game plays. I understand, I have a different India blog but … Continue reading

January 26, 2011 · 2 Comments