Stan­Chart mi­grates its re­gional shared op­er­a­tion ser­vices in Nairobi to India

The Star (Kenya) - - News -

Stan­dard Char­tered Bank has re­lo­cated its Shared Ser­vice Cen­tre op­er­a­tions in Nairobi to its Global Shared Ser­vices Cen­tre in Chen­nai in India, the lender an­nounced yes­ter­day.

The cen­tre in Nairobi pro­vides op­er­a­tions ser­vices to the bank’s sev­eral sub­sidiaries, in­clud­ing Botswana, Zam­bia, Uganda, Tan­za­nia, South Africa.

CEO Lamin Man­jang said the mi­gra­tion is in line with the de­ci­sion made at Group level to cen­tralise all Shared Ser­vice Cen­tre op­er­a­tions glob­ally into the three Global Shared Ser­vice Cen­tres based in India, Malaysia and China.

“Stan­dard Char­tered Bank’s com­mit­ment to Africa and Kenya in par­tic­u­lar re­mains very strong. The Group has made sub­stan­tial in­vest­ments in Africa in the last year, and Africa is now at the front of the queue for fu­ture in­vest­ments,” Man­jang said.


Ju­mia Kenya MD Sam Chap­patte, Eq­uity Bank CEO James Mwangi and Juan Seco fi­nance man­ager. Ju­mia has part­nered with Eq­uity in dig­i­tal pay­ments

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