The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters
The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters

Standard Chartered aims to triple income from Greater Bay Area in five years

  • The bank plans to increase its headcount in the mainland Chinese cities of the bay area from 1,400 now to 2,500 in 2023
  • Wealth management, retail banking, corporate banking and green finance will be the focus

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The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters
The lender is investing US$40 million in a new bay area centre in Guangzhou, and aims to have more than 1,600 staff there by 2023. Photo: Reuters

Corrected [12:00pm, 8 Mar, 2021]

  • [12:00pm, 8 Mar, 2021]

    Story has been updated to reflect that Standard Chartered aims to triple its income in the Greater Bay Area

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