Standard Chartered India Contact: Find below customer care details of Standard Chartered Bank in India, including phone and address. You can reach the below contacts for new banking accounts, deposits, loans, debit/credit cards, internet banking or other queries or complaints.
Standard Chartered Head Office (India)
Standard Chartered Bank,
Crescenzo – 7/F, C-38/39, G Block,
Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East)
Standard Chartered Customer Care
Phone: 3940 444 / 6601 444
Phone: 1800 345 1000
To access Standard Chartered India online banking click here.
Click here to pay your phone bills, utility bills, insurance premium or credit card bills online. The same can also be made at Bill Pay Kiosks and select ATMs.
Click here to locate a locate a Standard Chartered bank or ATM nearest to your address. Addresses can be searched by city or area.
About Standard Chartered (India)
Standard Chartered is a UK-based financial services company that was formed with the merger of Chartered Bank and Standard Bank. The bank employs over 90,000 people worldwide and had revenue of US $16 billion in 2010. In India, Standard Chartered traces its history to 1858 when Chartered Bank opened its first branch in Kolkata.
Standard Chartered in India has close to 100 branches in some 37 cities. The international bank has over 2 million retail customers and more than 2,000 corporate and institutional relationships. Standard Chartered in India is currently headquartered in Mumbai.
Some of the bank's products and services include current accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, debit and prepaid cards, loans (home loans, personal loans, loan against property, mortgage loans), NRI banking, insurance (general insurance, life insurance..) and investments. Standard Chartered also offers preferred banking, priority banking, private banking, SME banking, wholesale banking and corporate banking.
For questions on new account opening or to check account balance; request statement; pay credit card bills; or to log complaints or suggestions, visit a local branch or speak with a Standard Chartered customer care representative. Read More