12 October 2018 – By Nnamdi Oranye, Fintech Author and International Remittances Lead at Standard Bank Group
African economies are well positioned to benefit from rapidly accelerating technological change if they can harness the current open landscape for innovation.
Johannesburg – 04 October 2018 – Cash is still king in Africa, but the accessibility and acceptance of new digital payment channels is fast changing the ‘payment rituals’ of consumers across the continent.Cash is still king in Africa, but the accessibility and acceptance of new digital payment channels is fast changing the ‘payment rituals’ of consumers across the continent.
Johannesburg – 04 October 2018 – The digital revolution is turning the world into a global information hub and opening radical new business opportunities. This revolution requires a radical shift in the way banks enable and connect to clients and ecosystems.
Johannesburg – 26 September 2018 – Gender equality is a fundamental human right but remains a distant dream for many women worldwide. Africa’s largest bank by assets, Standard Bank today joins the powerful global UN movement, HeForShe, to champion change.
Johannesburg – 25 September 2018 – The days of drowning in paperwork and facing long delays when implementing a wealth plan are set to become a distant memory as new age technology like blockchain relieves traditional pain points in the industry.
JOHANNESBURG, 30 August 2018: Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC acknowledges receipt of a letter on 29 August from the Central Bank of Nigeria informing it of its decision in relation to the above matter.
30 August 2018 - Standard Bank to launch first of its kind social campaign on Twitter to show that inspiring and positive tweets can be turned into tangible educational tools
Sim Tshabalala, Standard Bank Group CEO says: “Our focus on Africa is – and will remain – our main source of sustainable competitive advantage.”
Standard Bank reports solid results for the six months ended 30 June 2018