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Standard Bank Group Ltd (SBKJ.J)

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Thu, Dec 14 2017

BRIEF-Standard Bank Group Names Lungisa Fuzile As CEO Of SBSA​

* STANDARD BANK GROUP - ‍APPOINTMENT OF LUNGISA FUZILE AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED ("SBSA") WITH EFFECT FROM 15 JAN 2018​

Standard Bank drops Mckinsey amid South Africa scandal

JOHANNESBURG, Oct 30 South Africa's Standard Bank has dropped the services of McKinsey, spokesman Ross Linstrom said on Monday, weeks after the global consultancy apologised for errors it made while working with state power utility Eskom last year.

UPDATE 3-South Africa's Standard Bank reviews ties with SAP, McKinsey

* KPMG South Africa promises to reform (Adds McKinsey no comment)

South Africa's Standard Bank appoints Tshabalala as sole CEO

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 12 Standard Bank, Africa's largest bank by assets, has appointed Sim Tshabalala as its first black chief executive after four years of sharing the role, the company said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Standard Bank says ‍Ben Kruger steps down from role of joint chief executive

* ‍BEN KRUGER STEPS DOWN FROM ROLE OF JOINT-GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT​

UPDATE 1-South Africa's Standard Bank lifts first-half profit by 11 percent

JOHANNESBURG, Aug 17 Standard Bank, Africa's No.2 lender by market value, reported an 11 percent rise in half-year profit on Thursday, as a rebound in commodity prices boosted demand for loans from clients in the oil and mining industry.

South Africa's Standard Bank lifts H1 profit by 11 percent

JOHANNESBURG, Aug 17 Standard Bank, Africa's No.2 lender by market value, reported an 11 percent rise in half-year profit on Thursday, as a rebound in commodity prices boosted demand for loans from clients in the oil and mining industry.

Former Etisalat Nigeria, 9mobile, appoints Citi, Standard Bank to find new investors

LAGOS, July 25 9mobile, formerly Etisalat Nigeria, has appointed Citigroup and South Africa's Standard Bank to manage a sale process for the telecoms company and has received interest from three investors, a banking source close to the deal said on Tuesday.

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