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Budget 2023: Bulk of revenue hike comes from higher GST collection
Tax collection will grow 1%.
IWG, Standard Chartered launch co-working space within bank branch
Spaces@SCB is located within the bank’s Serangoon Gardens branch.
Headline inflation to reach 5% in 2023: Standard Chartered
Core inflation will reach 4.4% for the year.
Wilmar International bags US$200m sustainability-linked trade finance facility
It sealed the deal with Standard Chartered.
Standard Chartered upskills 8,000 Singapore employees through diSCover
The portal offers over 400 courses in specialist areas.
Weak external outlook to affect 2023 GDP growth: analyst
Standard Chartered expects GDP growth to ease to 2.0% from 3.6% in 2022.
3 ways Singaporean investors are battling inflation
Investors said inflation is the main challenge in pursuing their new goals.
StanChart unveils first-of-its-kind affluent deposit account in Singapore
The new product is only available to its Priority Banking segment.
3 motivations pushing the wealthy to sustainable investments
About 24% of investors have more than 15% of sustainable investments in their portfolio.
How Singapore banks are closing the gender gap
Most banks have already exceeded the 2021 regional average of 18.5% employed women per firm.
OCBC, Standard Chartered complete 30-year SORA OIS trade
The 30-year SORA OIS trade was the first transaction cleared by LCH.
Standard Chartered launches sustainable account solution for SG corporates
Corporates can allocate their surplus cash to support the net zero agenda.
Workplace 3.0: Transforming work environments to support innovation and meaningful work
The race to gender equity for Asia’s startups
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