Standard Bank

Standard Bank

The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited is one of South Africa's largest financial services groups. It operates in 30 countries around the world, including 17 in Africa.

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Grindlays Bank - History - National and Grindlays
... the name National Overseas and Grindlays Bank, renamed National and Grindlays Bank (NGB) in 1959 ... In 1961, NGB exchanged a 25 per cent share in NGB for Lloyds Bank’s Eastern Division, an operation which included the celebrated Cox’s Bank, "par excellence bankers to the British Army" ... In 1968 National Provincial Bank sold its shareholding to Lloyds Bank and in 1969, Citibank took a 40 per cent stake in NGB ...
Stanbic Bank (Uganda) Limited - History
... The bank was founded in Uganda as the National Bank of India in 1906 ... After several name changes, it became Grindlays Bank ... In 1991, Standard Bank bought the Grindlays Bank network in Africa ...
Commercial Bank Of Malawi
... The Commercial Bank of Malawi now known as Standard Bank Limited is a national bank in Malawi ... The bank registered as a commercial bank on 15 March 1969 ... In December 2001, Standard Bank, through its subsidiary Stanbic Africa Holdings, acquired a 60.18% interest in the bank and became the majority shareholder ...
Standard Bank Young Artist Award
... The Standard Bank Young Artist Awards were started in 1981 by the National Arts Festival to recognise emerging, relatively young South African artists who have ... Standard Bank became the title sponsor of the awards in 1984 and have presented Young Artist Awards in all the major arts disciplines, as well as posthumous and ...
Standard Bank - Bibliography
... Amphlett, George Thomas (1914) ... History of the Standard Bank of South Africa ltd ...

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