Standard Chartered CEO Interviewed on Record Half-Year ResultsBy Standard Chartered Plc, PRNE
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
LONDON, August 3, 2011 -
Standard Chartered, the Asia-focussed bank, reported a rise in half-year profits of 17% and said that it was investing money in hiring new staff to continue to drive growth.
In an interview with financial broadcaster www.cantos.com, Standard Chartered CEO Peter Sands said: “We’ve once again demonstrated that we have a broad-based growth business with multiple engines of income growth.”
Finance Director Richard Meddings added the bank had already started to accelerate investment in the business to create a 1,000 new jobs.
“You’ll see us hiring more people, particularly in the frontline but also in some of the support functions,” he said.
The interviews and transcripts are available now on www.cantos.com/company/Standard+Chartered.
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