Financial Data
Updated 23 Feb 2017


Malawi

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Transactional requirements

Opening a Business Account:

Documentary requirements and general information

All types of legal entities

Checklist

  • 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)
  • Proof of business address.
Please note

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

Foreign companies

Checklist

  • Certificate of change of name (if applicable)
  • Certificate of registration of memorandum of external company
  • Complete set of statutory documentation as applicable in the country of incorporation
  • Proof of listing, if listed on a foreign stock exchange
  • Agent acting on behalf of external company (must be Malawian citizen)
  • Proof of trading addresses for foreign holding company
  • Proof of trading addresses for Malawian-based company
  • Shareholders documents.
Please note

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

Shareholder documents

Checklist

  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Certificate of registered office
  • Register of directors
  • Memorandum and articles of association
  • Proof of business address
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: Edward Kilian
Edward.Kilian@standardbank.co.za
Commercial Banking Head: Roselyn Thupa
Roselyn.Thupa@standardbank.co.za
Tel no: +265 182 0144
Address: Standard Bank Malawi Limited. Cnr Glyn Jones Road & Victoria Ave, Blantyre

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