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2013 UK- MALAWI CONFERENCE. March 2013. Standard Bank Group Footprint. Pan African bank rooted and focused on Africa Largest African bank by assets, earnings and market capitalisation (ZAR 94,000,000) 150 years of banking experience

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2013 uk malawi conference

2013 UK- MALAWI CONFERENCE

March 2013


Standard bank group footprint

Standard Bank Group Footprint

  • Pan African bank rooted and focused on Africa

  • Largest African bank by assets, earnings and market capitalisation (ZAR 94,000,000)

  • 150 years of banking experience

  • Representation in 18 African countries including Malawi and selected emerging markets including London, Beijing, New York

  • Licensed in London, with a fully fledged office that connects our presence in Europe to the rest of the world

  • Listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange


Standard bank malawi

Standard Bank Malawi

Overview

  • The financial sector in Malawi is made up of 11 commercial banks

  • 4 listed on the MSE – Standard, National Bank, NBS bank and First Merchant Bank (FMB)

  • Standard Bank, NEDBANK, Ecobank and ICB are international

  • Standard Bank is one of the two major banks in Malawi

  • Standard Bank boasts 43 years of Banking Experience in Malawi

  • Listed on Malawi Stock Exchange, share price rise of 127% in the last five years

  • Voted the Best Bank in Malawi since 2007 by The Banker Magazine

  • Voted Best Investment Bank in Malawi since 2011 by EMEA Finance

  • Voted Best Financial Services Employer in 2011 (Malawi Congress of Trade Union)

  • Voted Best Equal opportunity Employer in 2011 (Women Of Distinction Awards)


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Transactional Products & Services (TPS)

Global Markets Treasury

Investment Banking

Corporate Banking, including International Development Group

Standard Bank Malawi

We Are a Universal Bank

Personal & Business Banking (PBB)

Customer Service Channels

Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB)

  • 26 Branches

  • 59 ATMs & 24/7 Internet Banking

  • 24/7 New Business online with global access

  • Dedicated Relationship Managers with Global Sector Specialist back up

  • Personal Banking

  • Business Banking

  • Private and Wealth Management


Sector focus

Sector Focus

  • Facilitation of Investment (Linking with all key players)

  • Trade & Investment Finance

  • Transaction Advisory Services

  • Facilitation of Reforms in Key sectors

Mining & Metals

Power & Infrastructure

Oils, Gas & Renewables

  • Main Bankers to Paladin Africa which is the biggest mining operation in Malawi

  • Funding of USD 27.6 million towards development of uranium mine in Malawi

  • Provided USD10 million towards the establishment of Letters Of Credit for the rehabilitation of hydro power plants

  • Standard Bank in Conjunction with Ministry of Energy, MCA and World Bank will be hosting a Power Conference II

  • Arrangers of USD 250mn guarantee towards Mota Engil’s construction of the Vale railway line

  • Petroleum Importers Limited USD 25mn Standby LC in 2011

  • Key Bankers to Surestream currently exploring for Oil in Lake Malawi


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Sector Focus

  • Facilitation of Investment (Linking with all key players)

  • Trade & Investment Finance

  • Transaction Advisory Services

  • Facilitation of Reforms in Key sectors

Agriculture

Telecommunications & Media

Manufacturing

  • USD40 million Maize Buy-back facility in 2011

  • USD100 million Tobacco Financing in 2011

  • USD 55mn Financing for Fertilizer under Fertilizer Import Subsidy Program 2012

  • Lead syndicate Bank for TNM Limited’s USD30mn Bond issue

  • Arranged MK790 million towards MTL’s Fibre Optic project

  • Carlsberg Limited - USD16mn MWK equivalent expansion financing


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