Standard Bank Group, the continent’s largest bank by assets, said on Wednesday that it has undertaken a restructuring that has led to the creation of new divisions in a move designed to more adequately prepare it to pursue its strategy of becoming “future ready”.

In probably the biggest change, the group has reorganised itself by pulling elements from its two key consumer-facing divisions, personal and business banking, and corporate and investment banking, to create three new divisions...

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