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Standard Chartered Private Equity Invests in Smoothies Korea
SCPE, the private-equity arm of Standard Chartered PLC, said Smoothies Korea will use funds to buy New Orleans-based Smoothie King.
Private Equity's Smoothie Path
A South Korean cultural wave is sweeping the world, with interest surging in areas ranging from the country's pop music to cosmetics to television dramas.
Templeton targeting Muslim wealth
Standard Chartered Plc and Kuala Lumpur-based CIMB Group Holdings Bhd. said this month they plan to roll out new private-banking services to target wealthy Muslims.
Awards for Excellence 2012
Peter Sands, the chief executive of Standard Chartered, was named banker of the year. “Peter has overseen one of the few and great banking success stories of the past five years.
Marcus Agius 'did not know about Libor rigging until 2010'
RELATED VIDEO. Bob Diamond. Diamond's evidence 'lacked candour'. 18 Aug 2012. A person is silhouetted in a window in a pedestrian overpass outside the Standard Chartered Plc · Damian Reece: Politics is behind Standard Chartered scandal. 07 Aug ...
Asia's Next Booming Economy
“If people are already looking at Asean integration with caution, they will take the Mekong subregion with even more skepticism,” says Tai Hui, Singapore-based head of Southeast Asian research at Standard Chartered Plc. Europe's debt crisis will test ...
Qatar eyes dual-tranche Islamic bond
Market sources in the Gulf said demand for a sukuk from Qatar, one of the highest-rated regional credits as well as one of the world's wealthiest nations, would be high, allowing the state to print a large deal.
EIB eyes $500m sukuk
Emirates NBD Capital, Credit Agricole, Dubai Islamic Bank, HSBC Holdings and Standard Chartered Plc are bookrunners on the transaction.
Standard Life revamps offshore bond ahead of RDR
Standard Life has announced plans to revamp its retail international bond product in preparation for the RDR. The provider will facilitate adviser charging either before or after a client's money has been invested in the bond.
Martin Taylor: I should have sacked Diamond ages ago
Taylor made his own giant faux pas in investment banking in 1998 when he sold off BZW, Barclays's venerable and excellent house, to Standard Chartered after telling anyone who would listen that he was wedded to keeping and developing it. He seems to ...
Bringing Ethics Back to Business Through Effective Management  Huffington Post (blog)