Standard Bank Malawi started in 2002 when Standard Bank acquired a 60% stake in Malawi’s Commercial Bank.
Standard Bank Malawi is enjoying strong growth in tandem with the evolving needs of our local and international clients. We service these needs through our universal banking offering, delivered by over 780 employees at 25 branches, along with 65 ATMs and our advanced online banking services.
Our Corporate and Investment Banking 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.
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We are a leader in commodity-related financial services and realise significant value for our clients in Malawi's agriculture and mining sectors. Standard Bank Malawi has the expertise, experience and connections to support all your financial service needs across:
With ongoing shortfalls in energy, greater investment is required in this area. Malawi has low penetration rates in the telecommunications sector, providing scope for further growth.
A greater focus is being placed on adding value to commodities, specifically in mining and agriculture.
Read more about Standard Bank Group’s sector specialism.
Standard Bank’s presence in Malawi forms part of Standard Bank Group, a leading African financial services organisation with a presence in 20 African countries and key financial centres. We represent one of the largest banking networks on the continent.
Core Banking System upgrade
Standard Bank will launch its new Core Banking system on 19th June 2017.
Standard Bank donated 25 computers worth K5 million to the Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development.
The Corporate and Investment Banking division provides banking, finance, trading, investment, risk management and advisory services to larger corporates, financial institutions and international counterparties in emerging markets around the world.