Bandar Seri Begawan - Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) is delighted to have the opportunity to celebrate Divali, the festival of lights, with over 60 Priority Banking customers at the CEO's residence in Jalan Kota Batu.
The CEO of Standard Chartered Bank, Lai Pei-Si was on hand to welcome guests alongside other senior managers and Priority Banking Relationship Managers.
The event was also attended by Mr Lalduhthlana Ralte, the High Commissioner of India to Brunei Darussalam.
In her welcoming remarks, Lai Pei-Si, said, "We are an international bank operating in over 70 markets and embrace the cultural diversity of each. It is important to us to be able to recognise what you value and be involved in what matters to you. Sharing in celebrations is a great way for us to get to know one another better."
During the event, guests mingled with one another whilst enjoying a buffet of traditional Indian delights.
Special events from seminars to social events are regularly organised for Priority Banking customers.
Some features that benefit Priority Banking customers include Priority services - an increased accessibility to Relationship Managers and a dedicated service team, remote account opening, International Banking and global recognition of their Priority Banking membership wherever they are in the world, Priority Benefits - in depth banking relationship with Total Relationship Rewards and Household relationship which enable customers' spouses and children to enjoy the same privileges as a Priority Banking customer, including access to the Bank's Priority Banking centres, Priority Solutions - a dedicated, tailored and expert wealth advisory and lending solutions for their every need and priority.
The Relationship Managers are supported by a team of investment, insurance and property investment specialists to meet their total banking needs.
Standard Chartered Bank has a dedicated team of Relationship Managers, supported by highly specialised financial experts armed with global and regional market research and information to give individuals only the best investment solutions and market information for that added advantage when choosing investment products.
The public can find out more about Priority Banking privileges and benefits by calling the Priority Banking service line at 244 4555 or visit any of SCB's Priority Banking Centres in Bandar Seri Begawan, Gadong or Kuala Belait.
--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin