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12.05.2019 General News

Standard Chartered to Celebrate Mothers at Savannah Tea Garden

Standard Chartered to Celebrate Mothers at Savannah Tea Garden

Standard Chartered will be treating mothers to a special tea party at the the Savanna Tea Garden in Accra. The package involves an afternoon of relaxation, great conversation featuring global teas and sweet and savory cuisine.

Standard Chartered’s Head of Corporate Affairs, Brand and Marketing, Asiedua Addae said “Mothers are an invaluable asset to every family, organization and nation. They deserve to be celebrated and honored and that is why we are giving our clients this opportunity to share this special day and moment with their mothers”.

The app has been designed with continuous feedback from clients, incorporating innovative technology to allow clients to execute all banking activities from a mobile device. The Bank’s digital services are available by downloading the SC Mobile App. New clients can open a bank account and provide all verification documents by uploading to the application and completing the onboarding process within minutes. The process comes with free debit cards which entitles clients to the Bank’s 360’ rewards loyalty programme. The debit cards will be delivered to the client via Ghana Post making it a complete digital onboarding process without clients interfacing with a branch.

The new solution comes with an increased number of billers and is mobile money enabled. Clients can execute all their banking transactions right from their mobile device. Additionally, the Bank has digitised 70 client services from being branch-led to the mobile platform.

The event is an exclusive to the Bank’s clients who are signed in to the Bank’s Innovative mobile banking app - SC Mobile

Cecil Ato Kwamena Dadzie
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