Standard Chartered Bank of Canada

The Standard Chartered Bank of Canada was the Canadian banking unit of the British Standard Chartered Bank. Standard Chartered bank was created by a merger of Standard Bank of British South Africa (1862) and the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China (1853) in 1969.[1] It quit Canada in the 1990s, selling its two retail branches to Bank of Montreal and its commercial branch to Toronto-Dominion Bank. Standard Chartered's separate metals services business Mocatta Metals was sold to Scotiabank in 1997 to form ScotiaMocatta.

Standard Chartered Bank of Canada
FateBranches merged into modern-day Bank of Montreal and Toronto-Dominion Bank, but retain advisory operations in Canada

Current OperationsEdit

Standard Chartered Bank currently operates two small offices in Calgary and Toronto through its acquisitions of Harrison Lovegrove & Co. and American Express Bank.

  • Toronto - Gryphon Partners Canada Incorporated (20 Adelaide Street East)
  • Calgary - Standard Chartered Corporate Finance (Canada) Limited (420, 635 8th Avenue SW, Hanover Place) (NO LONGER AT THIS LOCATION)

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