Standard Chartered’s underlying profit in the third quarter beat analysts’ expectations after the bank managed to squeeze out more growth from Asian markets. Photo: EPA

Standard Chartered considers a simpler structure to control costs, will reveal plan with full-year result in February

  • London-based bank exploring how to free up liquidity and reduce funding expenses within its different legal entities
  • Lender makes bulk of its income from its China and North Asia businesses
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Standard Chartered’s underlying profit in the third quarter beat analysts’ expectations after the bank managed to squeeze out more growth from Asian markets. Photo: EPA
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