Canadian man travels to Jersey to protest outside bank
He claimed he was told it would have no exposure to US Financial Institutions but was later called to say it had been lost after being invested in US bank Lehman Brothers.
A spokesman for Standard Chartered said they were satisfied with their conduct.
Mr Burrows said he was told there was nothing Standard Chartered could do.
He has been wearing a poster with what he said was a warning to customers.
He said: "I came over for two days basically to protest outside the bank in the hope that I could get some wider support and perhaps embarrass the bank into actually doing something."
Richard Ingle, the chief executive officer, said: "We are very sympathetic to any individual impacted by the financial crisis.
"In this particular case we have thoroughly investigated the matter, and we are completely satisfied with our conduct and are confident with the position we have taken."
Mr Burrow has contacted the Jersey Financial Services Commission and was told they had no powers to act in this case.