Standard Chartered Bank has selected Euronet to provide global ATM network services along with ATM and card management services to the bank in Asia, Africa and the Middle East on a country-by-country basis. Under the master services agreement, Euronet and Standard Chartered Bank will identify and tailor services relevant to their local country’s unique requirements. Currently, Euronet is engaged with Standard Chartered Bank in ten countries. Euronet has finalized service arrangements with SCB Qatar, India and UAE. The Standard Chartered Bank Qatar project is live with Euronet providing ATM driving and card management services. Euronet’s processing solution also addresses Standard Chartered Bank Qatar’s Europay, MasterCard and VISA (EMV) compliance requirements.
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