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Standard Chartered Picks Second Draw Winners

Oct 28, 2009, 4:52 PM

Standard Chartered Bank, one of the leading and the most innovative financial entities has picked its prize winners in the second of 5 draws, under its 'Dreams Come True' campaign.

The prizes for the second draw will be presented to the winners during the third monthly draw, slated for next month.

In fulfilment of the bank's promise of rewarding its customers with exciting prizes, the prizes won during the first draw last month were also presented to the winners.

The second draw which was also successfully conducted drew a lot of engagement from both new and existing customers of the bank, including relationship managers who were eager to see their cherished customers win the promised rewards.

Speaking at the draw, Mr. Ousman Njie, Acting Head of Consumer Banking for Standard Chartered Gambia, said "The 'Dreams Come True' campaign confirms our commitment to reward our customers for their loyalty and business." 

"As the Right Partner, we will continue to lead the way in delighting our customers by offering them the best-in-class innovative products and services. We remain committed to being the Best International Bank, leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East," he stated.

The Standard Chartered Bank 'Dreams Come True' campaign is a first-in-market deposit mobilisation campaign for both existing and new to bank customers.  The campaign was launched in August 2009 and is expected to run through to the end of the year with 5 promised monthly draws. The first draw was held on Friday, September 25, 2009, at the bank's banking hall in Banjul.

The bank has pledged to reward the winner of the final draw with a small and medium business set up worth GMD500, 000. All customers with total deposits of GMD200, 000 and above, i.e. a minimum of 20 coupons are qualified for the final draw.

Standard Chartered is an award-winning bank in product innovation and has a pedigree of rolling out innovative products in both Consumer and Wholesale Bank.