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Standard Bank established its Luanda representative office in 2006. We obtained our universal banking license in 2009, shortly followed by the opening of our first branch.
Standard Bank de Angola is enjoying rapid growth in tandem with the evolving needs of local and international clients. We service their needs through our universal banking offering, delivered by over 540 employees at 28 branches along with 28 ATMs and our advanced online banking services. We continue to expand our operations to support our clients in key centres and regions.
Our team combines an in-depth understanding of local market conditions and drivers with Standard Bank's experience in emerging markets to develop client-focused solutions, customised to each client's unique requirements. We leverage Standard Bank's extensive presence to create cross-border solutions, supported by our global network of experts with world-class risk and capital management systems.
Read more about Angola and our corporate and investment banking offering.
Read more about corporate and investment banking solutions for your business.
For more information on Standard Bank Corporate & Investment banking visit http://corporateandinvestment.standardbank.com/CIB/.
Our sector specialists provide insights into the conditions and challenges faced on-the-ground by our clients. We develop working solutions by understanding all players in the sector value chain, and coordinate and execute our clients’ financing and banking requirements within and across continents.
We are a leader in commodity-related financial services, and are able to realise significant value for our clients in Angola's energy and mining sectors.
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Please view the Balance Sheet for the second quarter of 2014
The Standard Bank Angola recorded in the first quarter of this year, a net profit of 468 million Kwanza, which corresponds to an increase of 210 percent, says a press release from the institution that reached Angop on Monday in Luanda.
The country's economic development is awakening the interest of foreign investors into the Angolan capital market, Angop learned Wednesday in Luanda.
Emeafinance African Banking Awards
Euromoney Awards of Excellence
Global Finance World’s Best Securities Services Providers 2017