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Standard Bank wins Gold Rank award

29 January 2023
Standard Bank wins Gold Rank award

Business Desk :
Standard Bank Limited (SBL) has been awarded Gold Rank for its Sustainability Report by the 'Asia Sustainability Reporting Rating (ASRRAT)-2022'. The National Centre for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR), Indonesia in collaboration with the Institute of Certified Sustainability Practitioners (ICSP) officially announced the results recently in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Md Touhidul Alam Khan, Managing Director & CEO (Current Charge) of Standard Bank Limited handed over the Gold Trophy to Kazi Akram Uddin Ahmed, Chairman of the bank through a function held at its head office recently. Executive Vice President & CFO of the Bank Md. Ali Reza, was also present at the moment, said a press release.
SBL has published its first-ever sustainability report using a set of ESG-linked indexes outlined by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), which is globally the most acclaimed sustainability reporting standards. The initiative by the bank was taken towards accomplishment of commitments of ensuring Shari'ah based sustainable banking.

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