Standard Chartered launches new Priority Banking Program
MANILA, Philippines – A revitalized Priority Banking Program was unveiled last June 16 at the Marriott Hotel of the Resorts World Complex in Manila. It was a successful launch with a long list of valued clients and friends in attendance.
Highlighting the Bank’s long history of service to the nation was an inspiring audio-visual presentation which captured the Bank’s journey with the nation through its ups and downs.
The launch also served as an opportunity to let everyone know of the Bank’s strong commitment to social responsibility. Clients were serenaded by the inspirational songs from the visually-impaired singers from ATRIEV, a computer school for the blind which the Bank supports under its Seeing is Believing program – a global programme that tackles preventable and curable blindness.
As the oldest foreign bank operating in the Philippines for close to 140 years now, Standard Chartered continues its commitment to provide the best-in-class service. The unveiling of its new Priority Banking Programme is one of the many ways by which it aspires to upgrade its services to unparalleled levels. (advt)
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