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Standard Chartered Bank Quiz Questions

1)  Where is the Standard Chartered Bank's headquarters located?
A) London
B) Japan
C) Korea
D) US
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2)  When was the Standard Chartered Bank founded?
A) 1959
B) 1969
C) 1973
D) 1989
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3)  How many branches does the Standard Chartered Bank have in over 70 countries?
A) 1500
B) 1115
C) 152
D) 1200
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4)  What is the Government of Singapore-owned company that becomes the largest shareholder of Standard Chartered Bank?
A) Temasek Holdings
B) Temasek Inc.
C) Temasek Bank
D) Temasek Company
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5)  What are the two banks that formed the Standard Chartered Bank?
A) National Stock Exchange of India and The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China
B) The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China and Temasek Holdings
C) Bank of Tokyo and United Bank of Arizona
D) The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China, and Standard Bank of British South Africa
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6)  Where did the Standard Chartered sell its metals division in 1997?
A) United Bank Of Arizona
B) Scotiabank
C) Bank of Tokyo
D) Union Bank
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7)  How much did the Standard Chartered Bank lose due to the fines and provisions charged in a scandal that broke out in 1992?
A) 30 million Euros
B) 35 million Euros
C) 350 million Euros
D) 300 million Euros
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8)  What year did the Standard Chartered's Asian investment banking operations close down?
A) 2001
B) 2010
C) 2000
D) 2001
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9)  What was the newspaper that reported an executive in the bank's metals division had bribed officials in Malaysia and the Philippines to win business?
A) London's Sunday Times
B) Time
C) California Today
D) London Today
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10)  Who was the Malaysian-born property tycoon that purchased 5% of the bank's shares in 1986?
A) Khoo Teck Pat
B) Khoo Teck Puat
C) Temasek Puat
D) Soo Teck
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11)  What was the bank acquired by Standard Chartered in 2000?
A) American Express Bank
B) Bohai Bank
C) PermataBank
D) Grindlays Bank
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12)  Who is the current chief executive of Standard Chartered as of 2016?
A) Khoo Teck Puat
B) JPMorgan Cazenove
C) Dow Jones
D) Bill Winters
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13)  When did the Standard Chartered Bank announced to become main sponsor of Liverpool Football Club?
A) September 2010
B) December 2009
C) September 2009
D) September 2010
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14)  Who was the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1990 to 1997 that became an employee of Standard Chartered in 1965?
A) JPMorgan Cazenove
B) Dow Jones
C) Bill Winters
D) John Major
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15)  What is the women's group where Standard Chartered is a member and works with a consortium of banks to deliver financial services to women?
A) Global Banking Alliance for Women
B) American Express Company (AXP)
C) Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
D) Barclays PLC
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16)  What is the mobile banking application for the iPhone & iPad of the Standard Chartered Bank?
A) Standard Chartered iBreeze
B) Standard Chartered Breeze
C) Standard Chartered App
D) Standard Chartered iApp
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17)  How many divisions does the Standard Chartered Bank have?
A) three
B) one
C) two
D) none
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18)  How much was the Standard Chartered Bank's fine to the New York Department of Financial Services for breach of money-laundering compliance in 19 August 2014?
A) $30 million
B) $300 million
C) $350 million
D) $50 million
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19)  What was the charity that aims to aims to eliminate preventable blindness in developing countries founded by Standard Chartered, along with the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB)?
A) Standard Chartered Foundation
B) Seeing is Believing (SiB)
C) Bill Winters Foundation
D) Standard Chartered Charity Organization
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20)  When did Standard Chartered Bank and the Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) strengthened their strategic partnership?
A) 17 June 2011
B) 17 June 2000
C) 17 June 2010
D) 17 June 2012
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