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News 11 Apr 2024

Standard Bank sweeps the table winning 15 awards

Standard Bank emerged as the Best Regional Private Bank in Africa among its wins in several prestigious accolades at the recent 2024 Euromoney Global Private Banking Awards. The Bank scooped an incredible 15 awards for excellence in private banking across numerous geographies in which it operates, reaffirming its position as the biggest bank on the continent by assets.

The awards were largely focused in the private wealth and high net worth segments within private banking.

Standard Bank was recognised in the following categories:

Regional awards

  • Africa's Best Regional Private Bank
  • Africa's Best for Digital Solutions
  • Africa's Best for Family Office services
  • Africa's Best for High-Net-Worth
  • Africa's Best for Next-Gen


Country awards

  • South Africa's Best Domestic Private Bank
  • South Africa's Best for Family Office Services
  • South Africa's Best for Next-Gen
  • Ghana's Best International Private Bank
  • Ghana's Best for Digital Solutions
  • Kenya's Best International Private Bank
  • Kenya's Best for Digital Solutions
  • Nigeria's Best International Private Bank
  • Nigeria's Best for Digital Solutions
  • Zambia’s Best International Private Bank

“We are thrilled to be recognised for our efforts to consistently deliver value to our clients across the countries in which we operate. We continue to deliver on our strategy to provide tailored solutions that enable long-term growth, prosperity and fulfilment for our clients and their families. The accolades also affirm our ability to continue evolving client experiences through human assistance and digital expertise," says Funeka Montjane, Chief Executive of Personal and Private Banking at Standard Bank Group.

Euromoney has been evaluating the world’s leading financial institutions through performance data, surveys, and industry awards for over 30 years. Their annual awards programme recognises excellence across global, regional and individual country categories. 

The Standard Bank Group, also trading as Stanbic Bank in other markets, has a brand presence in 20 African countries and six international centres.