Bandar Seri Begawan - Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) is offering attractive interest rates for Singapore Dollar (SGD) Fixed Deposits as an investment option for all customers from now till September 26.
Brenda Low, General Manager, Consumer Transaction Banking for Standard Chartered Bank said, "We are pleased to offer customers this great promotion where they can enjoy potentially higher returns and have the opportunity to grow their wealth with our Foreign Currency Fixed Deposit. Customers should expect their money to work hard for them and at Standard Chartered, we continuously aim to provide customers with products and financial solutions that allow them to achieve that goal by earning attractive interest rates."
Customers can enjoy great promotional interest rates as high as 0.5 per cent per annum when they open a SGD Fixed Deposit account with a minimum deposit of SGD50,000. The promotional rates apply to tenors of one month, three months, six months, nine months and 12 months.
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.
Interested customers can approach the bank for a complimentary financial health check and investment suitability assessment. The latter will determine the risk profile of the customer by establishing customer's investment objective, return expectation, loss attitude and knowledge and experience on investment products.
This will ensure recommended products are well suited to customer risk profile. At the same time, the Bank's trained Relationship Managers throughout all of the bank's seven branches will also be able to offer financial advice towards achieving one's financial goals.
To find out more about investment opportunities, call the bank's 24-hour Phone Banking Centre at 265 8000 that operates seven days a week or visit any of our seven branches.
--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin