Friday, October 30, 2020

Stanbic Bank connects its clients to the world of Private Banking

Stanbic Bank last week moved another step forward in its offering to high value clients with the launch of Private Banking.

Sabrina Mahlalela, the Head of Private Banking said the launch of Private
Banking is a milestone for the bank.

“We have always had a good service offering for all our clients, but as we move forward, it only made sense to enhance our offerings to meet and even exceed our client’s expectations in this highly competitive industry,” said Mahlalela.

“The products and services offered as part of the Private Banking package are carefully considered so as to complement the lifestyle of our clients whilst taking care of all their financial needs.”

Stanbic Bank Private Banking is designed to mould perfectly into the needs of the clients by providing them with the special attention that they need.

The Private Banking suite, which is situated at Kgale Branch (Game City), has a team which is trained in relationship management and will support and provide world-class banking solutions to the clients.

Craig Bower, the Head of Personal and Business Banking, added that as a bank their intention is to be a one-stop-shop for our clients. The launch of Private Banking is another step in our plans towards an improved retail banking offering from Stanbic Bank.

“We will be introducing more products and services in the near future that will enable us to connect our clients to their finances simply.”

The Private Banking product offering includes a platinum debit card, credit card, and a cheque book.

Lending and investment products in Pula and foreign currency, a range of insurance and wealth products are also included in the package.

In addition to this offering, the clients are afforded the opportunity to tap into the expertise of the Standard Bank Offshore, which is a significant player in the global investment arena.

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