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Standard Chartered Zambia

Standard Chartered Bank (Zambia)
Type Public: LuSE: SCZ
Industry Financial Services
Founded 1906
Headquarters Cairo Road, Lusaka, Zambia
Key people Michael M Mundashi

Managing Director & CEO[1]
Products Loans, Checking, Savings, Investments, Debit Cards
Revenue IncreaseAftertax:US$25.8 million (ZMK:132.5 billion) (2011)
Total assets US$893 million (ZMK:4.586 billion) (2011)
Employees 650+ (2011)
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Standard Chartered Zambia (officially Standard Chartered Bank (Zambia) Plc) is a commercial bank in Zambia and a subsidiary of Standard Chartered. It is one of the 18 commercial banks licensed by the Bank of Zambia, the national banking regulator.[2]


  • Overview 1
  • History 2
  • Ownership 3
  • Branch network 4
  • Management Board 5
  • See also 6
  • External links 7
  • References 8


Stanchart Zambia is a large bank, serving large corporate clients, upscale retail customers and medium to large business enterprises.[3] It is one of the largest commercial banks in Zambia, by assets, controlling an estimated 20% of all commercial bank assets in the country, as of December 2007. In December 2011, the total asset valuaion of the bank was about US$893 million (ZMK:4.586 billion), with shareholder's equity valued at US$72 million (ZMK:373 billion).[4] In June 2012, Zambian press reports indicated that the bank's total assets had increased to US$902 million (ZMK:4,632 billion), with shareholders' equity of about US$78 million (ZMK:400 million).[5]


The bank was established in 1906. The shares of stock of Stanchart Zambia are listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE), where they trade under the symbol: SCZ.[6]


Stanchart Zambia is a subsidiary of the Standard Chartered Bank Group, an International financial services conglomerate, headquartered in London in the United Kingdom, with operations in more than seventy countries and a network of over 1,700 branches, employing in excess of 73,000 people.[7]

Branch network

As of October 2012, the bank maintains a network of branches at the following locations:[8]

  1. Head Office - Standard Chartered House, Cairo Road, Lusaka
  2. Buteko Branch - Buketo Avenue, Ndola
  3. Chililabombwe Branch - Chililabombwe
  4. Chingola Branch - Chingola
  5. Choma Branch - Choma
  6. Crossroads Branch - Crossroads, Lusaka
  7. Fallspark Branch - Fallspark, Livingstone
  8. Jacaranda Branch - Jacaranda Mall, Ndola[9]
  9. Kabulonga Branch - Kabulonga Shopping Center, Lusaka
  10. Kasama Branch - Kasama
  11. Kitwe Branch - Zambia Way, Kitwe
  12. Livingstone Branch - Livingstone
  13. Luanshya Branch - Luanshya
  14. Manda Hill Branch - Manda Hill Shopping Center, Lusaka
  15. Mazabuka Branch - Mazabuka
  16. Mongu Branch - Mongu
  17. Ndola South Branch - Ndola South, Ndola
  18. North End Branch - North End, Lusaka
  19. Solwezi Branch - Solwezi

Management Board

The Managing Director of Standard Chartered Bank (Zambia), is Mizinga Melu, a native of Zambia, who has been with the Standard Chartered Bank Group since 1994. She is the first Zambian Chief Executive Officer at the bank, since its founding in 1906 and is the first woman to hold that position. As of March 2011, she is the only female bank chief executive in all the thirteen subsidiaries which Standard Chartered Bank maintains in Sub-Saharan Africa.[10]

See also

External links

  • Standard Chartered Bank Zambia Homepage
  • Company Profile At Google Finance
  • Total Assets Nearly US$1 Billion In 2012
  • Website of Bank of Zambia


  1. ^ Mizinga Melu Is Managing Director And CEO of Standard Chartered Zambia
  2. ^ List of Licensed Commercial Banks In Zambia
  3. ^ Scope of Services Offered By Stanchart Zambia
  4. ^ Audited December 2011 Annual Report
  5. ^ Stanchart Meets Bank of Zambia Benchmarks
  6. ^ Listed Companies At Lusaka Stock Exchange
  7. ^ Homepage of Standard Chartered Bank Group
  8. ^ Branches of Standard Chartered Bank Zambia Plc.
  9. ^ Standard Chartered Zambia Opens Jacaranda Branch In Ndola
  10. ^ Standard Chartered Bank Appoints First Zambian CEO
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