Standard Chartered is a leading international banking group. It has operated for over 150 years in some of the world's most dynamic markets and earns around 90 per cent of its income and profits in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. This geographic focus and commitment to developing deep relationships with clients and customers has driven the Bank's growth in recent years. Standard Chartered PLC is listed on the London and Hong Kong stock exchanges as well as the Bombay and National Stock Exchanges in India. With 1,700 offices in 68 markets, the Group offers exciting and challenging international career opportunities for 89,000 staff. It is committed to building a sustainable business over the long term and is trusted worldwide for upholding high standards of corporate governance, social responsibility, environmental protection and employee diversity. Standard Chartered’s heritage and values are expressed in its brand promise, 'Here for good'.
Working at Citi is far more than just a job. A career with us means joining a family of more than 240,000 dedicated people from around the globe. At Citi, you’ll have the opportunity to grow your career, give back to your community and make a real impact. Citi connects millions of people across hundreds of cities and countries every day through our unparalleled global network. With varying businesses and functions at each location, there are an abundance of opportunities beyond the work you’ll do with your team. We are a dynamic, global organization fueled by talented individuals with diverse perspectives who work in a vast range of roles. Whatever your background, culture, role or experience, there is a place for you at Citi. Whether you’re at the start of your career or looking to discover your next adventure, your story begins here. At Citi, you’ll have the opportunity to expand your skills and make a difference at one of the world’s most global banks. To find out more about the roles available in your region and apply, please visit www.jobs.citi.com
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a leading financial services company that has approximately $1.9 trillion in assets, proudly serves one in three U.S. households and more than 10% of small businesses in the U.S. Wells Fargo is No. 47 on Fortune’s 2023 rankings of America’s largest corporations. In the communities we serve, the company focuses its social impact on building a sustainable, inclusive future for all by supporting housing affordability, small business growth, financial health, and a low-carbon economy. We ranked #2 on the 2023 LinkedIn Top Companies list – and #1 among financial services companies – as the best workplace “to grow your career” in the U.S. For more information, visit wellsfargo.com | Twitter: @wellsfargo
Standard Bank Group sets the standard for sub-Saharan banking. Standard Bank, South Africa's largest bank, offers a variety of retail and commercial banking, corporate and investment banking, investment management, and life insurance services through about 700 locations in its home country. The group also includes some 450 additional branches in 16 other African nations, where it operates as Stanbic. Beyond Africa, the bank has offices in more than 10 countries on five continents. It serves individuals and business and corporate customers. Standard Bank holds a controlling stake in South African insurance firm Liberty Group.
As a technology company in the global payments business our payments processing network, connects consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments, and businesses in more than 210 countries and territories.
Can Absa help with your banking needs in Africa? Absa-lutely! Serving nearly 12 million consumers, small businesses, and commercial clients, the company's Absa Bank is one of the largest retail banks and mortgage lenders in South Africa, with about 700 branches and 9,000 ATMs, most of them in that country. The bank and other subsidiaries offer deposits, loans, credit cards, insurance, investments, financial planning, brokerage, wealth management, and investment banking services. British bank Barclays owns about 55% of Absa Group, making it one of South Africa's largest foreign investors since apartheid ended in 1994.