Stannic IBTC Bank launches rewards4 saving promo season 2


Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, a subsidiary of Stanbic Holding Plc, has launched the season2 of its savings campaign tagged Reward4 Savings Promo, as part of its continued commitment to promoting a savings lifestyle while rewarding its customers.

With the theme: Bigger and Better, the bank said the second edition of the campaign promises to be bigger and better than the second edition with more prizes to be won this season.

Chief Executive Officer of Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, Wole Adeniyi, stated that the reward4 saving promo season two would produce more millionaires across all regions in the country.

He said that during the monthly promo the bank will rewards 840 customers in the monthly draws, 10 customers each across seven zones will be rewarded with N100, 000 each for the next 12 months.

“We will also reward 28 customers, one customer per zone with one million naira in the quarterly draws and seven customers, one customer per zone with N2 million in the grand finale. Stanbic IBTC is committed to promoting savings culture in society, hence the camping. We seek to encourage people to develop the habit of saving for the rainy day.

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“As promised we will continue to introduce more incentives that will not only improve customers experience but also impact the lives of our customers,” he said.

Speaking on the importance of having reserve funds to cater for financial and personal needs, he added that Rewards4 Savings Promo season two is an avenue to further appreciate the bank’s esteemed customers while also promoting a savings culture.

Adeniyi, who said the bank encourages its customers by rewarding them for taking financial steps required to build up reserve funds, also urged customers to leverage the bank’s online account opening option on mobile App for the United States of America’s dollars.

The Rewards4 Savings Promo is in line with Stanbic IBTC’s unwavering commitment towards prioritising its customers’ financial wellbeing, as well as boosting a positive savings culture in the country,” he stressed.

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