Standard Bank: Investing in economic progression

Standard Bank has expertise in industry sectors most relevant to real growth and development in Africa.

30 April 2019 | Banking

Standard Bank Namibia is fully committed to boosting investment and job creation through facilitating win-win smart partnerships that speak to managing economic headwinds, delivering on developmental infrastructure, promote social transformation, investing in education, health care and information as well as information communication technology.

We are the ideal partner of choice for governments looking to push economic progression, trade and export.

As a strong player in the economic market, Standard Bank is committed in moving Namibia forward by upholding high standards of corporate governance, advancing principles and practices of sustainable development as well as enhancing our country’s national developmental objectives under the Namibian government’s 5th National Development Plan, Harambee Prosperity Plan and Vision 2030.

Coupled with our stable and strong presence in Namibia, Standard Bank’s vision has always been to understand its clients and stakeholders better through its capable expertise of 1700 employees countrywide and strives to move Namibia and its population forward towards economic industrialisation and prosperity. Standard Bank is not only a key financial player in the local banking industry but regionally and internationally as well.

Expertise

Standard Bank has expertise in industry sectors most relevant to real growth and development in Africa. We customise our leading banking capability to local needs and conditions, informed by on the ground knowledge. Our ability to connect our clients to opportunities is strengthened by strong relationships with government, regulators, key industry players and investors in all the countries in which we have a presence.

We also service the financial needs of national and multinational clients in sectors such as diversified industries and the public sector, automotive industries, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and international development groups. This extends to advising and financing both corporate and public sector clients in public private partnerships.

As public institutions face ever-increasing challenges, Standard Bank understands the importance of providing financial solutions to help you meet these challenges and fulfil your obligations to the people of Namibia.

Through transactional banking, risk management and advisory services, we’re able to assist every step of the way. If you want to focus on the bigger picture while we take care of the details, please contact [email protected] or [email protected], tel 061 294 2367/2782

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