Standard Chartered Change of Address

Complete Your Standard Chartered Change of Address

Standard Chartered change of address

Standard Chartered Change of Address

If you’re moving home and bank with Standard Chartered you will want to complete a Standard Chartered change of address.

In this article we will cover:

  • o How to update your address with Standard Chartered
  • o How to update address with a Standard Chartered joint account
  • o How to update your address across all of your accounts and save hours of time
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So, with that in mind let’s jump straight in!

 

Standard Chartered change of address form

Standard Chartered change of address form​

Completing your change of address with Standard Chartered is simple. As we know, Standard Chartered Bank is a a British multinational banking and financial services company.

The first question to ask consider is whether or not Standard Chartered is the only company or organisation that you need to update your address with. If you haven’t informed your Council, TV Licence Energy, Waterloyalty cards, DVLA, HMRC etc… you might find it beneficial to use SlothMove’s free moving home platform.

So, If you’re moving home soon or have recently moved, to complete your Standard Chartered change of address follow this process:

  • o Head over to SlothMove’s moving home platform
  • o Enter your details (name, previous address, new address, date of move etc…)
  • o Select who needs to know you’re moving home (Lloyds, Council, Water, DVLA, Boots Advantage Card etc…)
  • o Select ‘complete’ and SlothMove will update your address automatically for you. And if there are any next steps, we will email you to complete them

How do I change my address with Standard Chartered?

How do I change my address with Standard Chartered?​

If you only need to update your address with Standard Chartered there are a couple of ways you can complete this. You can change your address with Standard Chartered in the following ways:

Option 1: Online Banking

  • o Log into your mobile app
  • o Select ‘personal & address details’
  • o Scroll to ‘Address Details’ and select ‘edit’
  • o Enter your new address
  • o Click save and you address will be updated

Option 2: By Post

  • o Make a letter out to Standard Chartered Bank
  • o You will need to provide:
    •      – The names of people moving home
    •      – Your previous address
    •      – Branch sort-code & account number
    •      – Your new address
    •      – Your signature
  • o Print the form out and post it to:  Standard Chartered Bank in England is situated at 1 Basinghall Avenue, London, EC2V 5DD
  • o Then relax, and let Standard Chartered complete the address change. They will be in touch if they require further information
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Option 3: In branch

You can update any of your contact details in branch (name, email address, contact number etc…). To complete a Standard Chartered change of address in branch you can simply:

  • o Use Standard Chartered’s branch finder by entering your post code to locate your nearest Standard Chartered,
  • o Head over to the branch with some ID (such as driving licence, passport etc…),
  • o And a member of staff will help you complete the Standard Chartered change of address

If you’re looking to complete your address with Standard Chartered and everyone you can click below.

Make your address update simple

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Standard Chartered Moving Home

If you’re moving home with Standard Chartered it’s really important that you keep them in the loop – as well as all of your other banks and institutions.

Firstly, Standard Chartered will send you important updates and notifications via mail to your address. This can include changes to interest rates, terms and conditions as well as important updates and offers. You don’t want to miss that information.

Also, there is a larger concern around your data. The last thing you want as a consumer is someone else having access to your mail. Research show that this is a key contributor to mail fraud. So, it’s important to take your ‘paper trail’ with you whenever you move home. And that involves completing your Standard Chartered change of address

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I contact Standard Chartered?

You can contact Standard Chartered in a number of ways.

You can call Standard Chartered on: +44 (0)20 7885 8888

You can also contact Standard Chartered via live chat on their website.

You can even contact via post, you can send correspondence to:

  • Standard Chartered Bank plc Registered Office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN 

Standard Chartered Change of address personal

  • o Go to SlothMove’s change of address service
  • o Enter your details (new address, old address etc…)
  • o Select who you’d like to inform about your home move (Standard Chartered, Council, Water, Tesco etc…)
  • o Click complete 
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SlothMove will update your address automatically and will email you for any next steps you need to complete such as with Barclays.

Standard Chartered change of address joint

You can update you address with Standard Chartered on a joint account in branch or via post. Unfortunately, this cannot be completed via telephone for security reasons.

Standard Chartered change of address in branch

You can complete a Standard Chartered change of address in branch by bringing some relevant ID and speaking to a member of staff.

Standard Chartered Change of Address & Moving Home​

Standard Chartered Change of Address & Moving Home

After completing this article on how to complete your Standard Chartered change of address you should have a clear view on how to let them know you’re moving. As we mentioned, it’s extremely important to keep your bank in the loop once you move. Making sure that your addresses are up to date minimises your exposure to fraud and helps with items like boosting your credit rating. And finally, make you sure you update your address across all accounts.

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