More NewsStandard Chartered Voted ‘Best Stand Out Transaction Bank’ in Asia

Standard Chartered Voted 'Best Stand Out Transaction Bank' in Asia

A survey of Asia’s top corporations has voted Standard Chartered as ‘Best Stand Out Transaction Bank’. The survey was conducted in July by East & Partners, a specialist banking market research firm in the region. Standard Chartered also won the title in January. The transaction banking analysis benchmarks the performance of individual banks and markets across Asia (ex-Japan), and is a study of customer satisfaction covering cash management, payments, receivables, trade and e-banking. The East & Partners survey focuses on the transaction banking relationships of the top 90-95 corporates by annual revenue in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.

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