Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Standard Chartered Bank

Standard Chartered may restart ‘shareholder returns’ next year as third-quarter profit beats estimates

  • Emerging markets lender will evaluate reinstating shareholder returns, such as dividends, in early 2021
  • Underlying pre-tax profit was US$745 million, well above a consensus estimate of US$502 million

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Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, like many of his banking rivals, is considering whether to restart the bank’s dividend payments. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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