StanChart re-opens Borrowdale branch

HARARE - Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe (StanChart) yesterday launched its refurbished Borrowdale Branch at Sam Levy Village.

The branch which was first opened on May 22, 1991 has been renovated to world class standard and houses the World Class Priority Banking Centre.

StanChart Head of Retail Banking Harton Maliki said the detailed finishes ensure that this branch matches global standards and will afford clients a pleasant and enjoyable banking experience while being proud to be part of a brand that values quality and excellence in customer service delivery.

“As a Bank, we regard our clients as the single most important asset to our business and we are committed to going the extra mile to ensure their needs are met in a way that conforms to the modern and digitised world — where convenience and client experience are key to continued existence,” he said.

The branch will also provide extended banking hours, closing at 1600hrs, to its esteemed clients.

“We also focus on building deep and long-standing relationships with our clients and constantly look to improve the quality of our products and services, thus demonstrating our brand promise — Here for good,” Maliki added.

StanChart Africa and Middle East, Head of Retail Banking, Jaydeep Gupta said the bank’s clients were in for a surprise following the launch of a new exclusive card to priority clients that will afford them a number of benefits, making life easier and more enjoyable.

“Once again, Standard Chartered is the first bank in the country to introduce this product to the market,” Gutpa said.

StanChart has been present in Zimbabwe for over 120 years, making it the oldest financial institution in Zimbabwe, and has maintained a strong and solid reputation of providing world class financial services across the country.

With robust systems, processes and policies in place, combined with state-of-the-art technology, Standard Chartered operates within a secure and sound environment.

The bank remains adequately capitalised and on track to meet the $100 million capital base requirement by 2020. The bank consistently maintains a strong balance sheet, which ensures that it is able to fulfil its mandate to its clients in terms of ease of transactions as well as wealth creation.

StanChart has set the industry benchmark on regulatory compliance and continues to operate within set guidelines and in line with the monetary policies.

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