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Standard Chartered Bank Bangladesh has recently won the 'Best International Bank' Asiamoney Awards 2019 ceremony held in Hong Kong, China.
Asiamoney recognized Standard Chartered Bangladesh for being "hands down the best foreign bank, operating in Bangladesh." The award citation added: "Corporate and institutional clients, including many of the world's biggest firms, automatically turn to StanChart in search of products including trade finance, cash management, foreign exchange, lending, securities and debt capital markets. Every piece of raw data bolsters its claim to be Bangladesh's best foreign bank."
Commenting on the win, Naser Ezaz Bijoy, Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bangladesh said, "We would like to profusely thank our clients, regulators and the communities we work with for their continued support and confidence in us. It has been our privilege to drive commerce and prosperity for Bangladesh for over 114 years, and we remain committed to be a part of the amazing growth story of our nation."
He added, "Beyond supporting the nation's economic progress and development through our core business of banking, we are also proud to work with grassroot communities across Bangladesh, and we are delighted our work has received international recognition in recent years."

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