BY OWN CORRESPONDENT FIRST Capital Bank Limited (FCB) has launched a six-month retail banking campaign with three customers set to walk away with brand-new Toyota Rush SUV vehicles.
This comes in the wake of their launch of the #BelieveInTheBigBank thematic promotion, with the aspiration to enable people to achieve the extraordinary through their unique and diverse service offering.
Under this campaign, qualifying customers will be required to maintain an average balance of $20 000/US$100 in their account per month which will constitute a point and the competition will run for six months.
The campaign, which began on Friday last week and will run up to September 30, 2022, is structured so as to include all customers in order to maximise opportunities.
“We are excited to start a new quarter by launching this remarkable campaign that serves as our special way of rewarding our customers for their loyalty and patronage. Our objective is to achieve incremental growth across our businesses to maximise value from our firm’s operational foundations that have been achieved over time,” FCB managing director Ciaran McSharry said at the launch of the campaign at the bank’s First Street branch.
FCB has been on a journey to being the Big Bank through various initiatives that speak to its strong network, products and services.
These include a new corporate look, recent launch of HelloPaisa, product and service enhancement coupled with a solid financial performance.
“We proactively seek opportunities that will enhance our overall offering to our customers even when we are operating in an environment that is of an unpredictable nature. Banking with us should yield results for all stakeholders in a mutually beneficial way that inspires both organisational and personal growth. I encourage all our customers to develop a savings culture through this unique campaign,” FCB consumer banking director, Angela Kamhiriri said.
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The bank has reshaped the landscape by launching initiatives of this nature while adding various elements that cut across its customer segments. It has begun the year on a solid note through innovative interventions.
FCB Zimbabwe is part of FMBcapital Holdings PLC, which has banking operations in Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The bank offers a comprehensive range of corporate, commercial and retail banking services.
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