An African-focused, client-centric, digitally enabled, integrated financial solutions provider…
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Client centricity places our clients at the centre of everything we do …
Total assets R2.5 trillion / market capitalisation R208 billion as at 31 December 2020…
With a market capitalisation of approximately R206 billion (USD14 billion) as at 30 June 2021, Standard Bank offers a range of banking and related financial services across sub-Saharan Africa.
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Quarterly disclosures in accordance with the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision…
How we impact on the societies, economies and environments in which we operate…
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Financial results for the six months ended to 30 June 2021
Standard Bank is committed to driving sustainable and inclusive economic growth, as reflected in our purpose – Africa is our home, we drive her growth.
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1H20: R7 541 million
1H20: 474 cents
1H20 11 265 cents
1H20 0 cents
1h20: 169 bps
29th November 2021 at 17h00 SAST
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Source: JSE LTD
The first six months of 2021 were another exceptionally difficult period for many of our clients, staff and stakeholders but we are now hopeful that the worst phase of the pandemic is behind us. Notwithstanding these continuing strains, some early signs of recovery are evident in the Standard Bank Group’s financial results for the first half of 2021 (1H21). Our underlying business has strong momentum and, relative to this time last year, we have seen a recovery in client activity, an improved outlook and lower impairment charges.
The successful execution of our strategy will deliver a robust business capable of creating sustainable value for all our stakeholders over the long term.
An African focused, client-centred, digitally enabled integrated financial solutions provider, which drives Africa’s growth and creates value for all our stakeholders.
These work together to ensure we offer our clients everything they need in the most effective way possible. This is the way we work and the way we win.
Presence in 20 sub-Saharan African countries, offices in five key global centres, offshore financial services and a strategic partnership with ICBC.
We continue to focus on our key performance indicators ensuring we measure what matters most in delivering our strategy.
Our latest reports, disclosures and presentations
The full 2020 suite
SBG Management Pre-close call recording 29 November 2021
SBG Management Pre-close call transcript 29 November 2021
SBG 2021 Interim Results SENS Announcement
SBG 2021 Interim Result Booklet_singles
SBG 2021 Interim Results Booklet_double page spread
SBG 2020 Annual Financial Statements
SBG 2020 Annual Integrated Report
SBG 2020 Environmental, Social and Governance Report
SBG 2020 Report to Society
SBG 2020 Report to Society website
SBG 2020 UN Principles for responsible banking, reporting and self-assessment
Standard Bank Group - JP Morgan Conference - 8 December 2021
Standard Bank Group - UBS SA Financial Services Conference 2021
Standard Bank Group - 2021 Strategic Update Event
SBG 2021 Interim Results Presentation