Standard Chartered Customer Care

Standard Chartered Customer care number                    

Toll Free Number

Waiting Time

  • 2-3 minutes

Hours of Operation

  • 24 Hours 7 Days of Week (24/7)

Customer Service Number (Others)

Need to open new savings account for yourself and therefore need to know about the minimum balance limit and also the various types of savings account that are currently on offer? Planning to open a Demat account for the trading of stocks and shares, and therefore need to know about the terms and conditions? Want to apply for a housing loan and thus want to know the entire application process? Wish to complain about unauthorised transactions being made in the name of your bank account, and want the Customer Care to freeze your bank account temporarily? Fret not. SCB Customer Care will help you make the right decisions in the world of banking and will ensure that you get the best customer service support as well.

About Standard Chartered

Standard Chartered PLC or commonly known as just Standard Chartered is a banking organisation based in the United Kingdom, which engages in providing various types of banking and financial services to its customers. The headquarters of the company is based in London, England, United Kingdom. The current chairman of the bank is Jose Vinals, while the group executive of the bank is Bill Winters. The bank provides various types of services, from consumer banking to investment banking, to wealth management, to even provide mortgage loans as well. The bank has over 1200 branches all over the world, in about 70 different countries and serving more than 87,000 people worldwide.

Standard Chartered Head Office

  • Address: Crescenzo, 6th Floor, C-38/39, “G” Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), G Block BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
  • Phone No: 022 2675 7826​
  • Founder: ​​Scotsman James Wilson
  • Established in: ​1858
  • Key People: Zarin Daruwala (CEO)


Standard Chartered PLC was founded in the year 1969. The company has been operational for more than 50 years now. It has been reported that almost 90 per cent of the bank's revenue comes from the customers based in Asia, Africa and also the Middle East as well. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $14 billion. As of the year 2017, the bank has a market capitalisation of more than 24 billion UK Pound.

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