Financial Data
Updated 21 Nov 2017


Botswana

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Transactional requirements

Opening a Business Account:

Documentary requirements and general information

All types of legal entities
  • Original signed application form
  • Certified copies of valid passports for the signatories and directors
  • Two passport photos for each signatory
  • Proof of residential address for signatories and directors (document must not be more than three months old) (original or certified copy)
  • Proof of business address.
Please note

All documents needs to either be originals or certified copies unless otherwise stated

Foreign companies
  • Certificate of compliance from registrar of companies
  • Letter of introduction from main branch – respective head office
  • Memorandum and articles of association
  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Register of directors
  • Board resolution appointing Stanbic Bank as your bankers and the delegation of authority
  • Shareholders documents.
Please note

All documents needs to either be originals or certified copies unless otherwise stated

Shareholder documents
  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Certificate of registered office
  • Register of directors
  • Memorandum and articles of association
  • Proof of business address.

 


Note: All documents must be originals or certified copies unless otherwise stated

Please note

All documents needs to either be originals or certified copies unless otherwise stated

Contact us

For further information or assistance, contact africainfo@standardbank.co.za or our in-country Banking Heads

In-country contact 
Business Banking Head: David Rose
David.Rose@standardbank.co.za
Commercial Banking Head: Chiko Manokore
Chiko.Manokore@standardbank.co.za
Tel no: +267 361 8285
Address: Stanbic Bank Botswana, Plot 50672, Off Machel Drive, Fairgrounds, Gaborone

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