Standard Chartered Bank will be hosting existing and prospective clients of the Bank the first of its virtual concert tagged Turn Up with Burna Boy.
Speaking on the event, Dayo Aderugbo, Head, Corporate Affairs, Brand and Marketing said,
‘We recognise that it has been a particularly stressful past couple of months for many of our clients and what better way to help them unwind than with music from Africa’s finest, Burna Boy. Technology has been a significant enabler in the continuous service of our clients throughout the COVID19 pandemic. It has ensured our SC Mobile Bank remains accessible 24/7 to our clients, giving them access to all our products, platforms and solutions at the touch of a button.
It’s great to see that we can equally leverage technology to also extend our appreciation to our esteemed clients through this pan African virtual concert. This virtual concert will be available exclusively to Standard Chartered Bank customers, however interested friends and family can also attend once they simply download the SC Mobile Nigeria app from their mobile app store, open and fund their account with any amount – and that’s it.!
The concert will also feature great performances from some of the continents finest artists including Han-C from Botswana and Pompei from Zambia and will be streamed live across the continent on Friday, February 12 2021.
Standard Chartered Bank announced the launch of its Digital Bank in Nigeria in December 2019 with the SC Mobile 2.0 app.
The Digital Bank offers savings accounts, current accounts, fixed deposits (with the option of joint accounts) along with Lending and Wealth Management solutions.
For both existing and new to bank clients, various benefits to be enjoyed on the app include Zero charge on all interbank transfers; Zero charge on SMS Notification, Zero charge on ATM withdrawals, Performing funds transfer without adding beneficiaries and Generating a soft token for all transactions, Free bank card delivery nationwide and account management and service request.