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Stanbic takes customers on a new journey

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Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief Executive Charles Mudiwa, right, and Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukandi Chibesakunda, second right, with draw winners at the Stanbic travel expo.
Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief Executive Charles Mudiwa, right, and Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukandi Chibesakunda, second right, with draw winners at the Stanbic travel expo.

Bank urges customers to make full use of its services during the holiday season

Stanbic Bank Zambia joined forces with leading tourism and travel companies last week to offer its premium customers an exclusive insight into the latest domestic and international holiday options for this season.
“Our clients have a particular lifestyle and as a bank we endeavour to provide convenient and dependable banking that allows them to can carry on with their other activities without having to worry about their banking as well,” said Stanbic Head Personal and Business Banking Mukwandi Chibeskunda.
Mrs Chibeskunda was speaking at the Stanbic Travel Indaba and Wine Tasting held at the bank’s head office, where some of its top clientele got to sample some of Zambia’s best holiday destinations as well as network.
The expo and cocktail organised in collaboration with Voyagers Zambia brought together customers and suppliers from the tourism sector and also saw some lucky ones walk away with two return air tickets to Mauritius and Mfuwe courtesy of Air Mauritius and Proflight Zambia as well as two nights at Chichele Presidential Lodge and Flatdogs Camp courtesy of Sanctuary Retreats and Flatdogs Camp respectively. Other prizes included wine and wine coolers from The Wine Guys and Delta as well as a coffee table book on Zambia from The Bush Camp.
“We hope to add value by providing comprehensive and more meaningful financial services to our customers in partnership with relevant stakeholders – because we strongly believe in partnerships. This travel indaba has been an opportunity to network as well as get feedback and we hope to create more of such in the future,” added Mr Chibesakunda

Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief Executive Charles Mudiwa, centre, and Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukandi Chibesakunda, second left, with Chichele Presidential Lodge prize winner Rodney Sikumba, Voyagers Manager Molly Care, Stanbic Public Relations and Communications Manager Chanda Chime-Katongo, right.
Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief Executive Charles Mudiwa, centre, and Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukandi Chibesakunda, second left, with Chichele Presidential Lodge prize winner Rodney Sikumba, Voyagers Manager Molly Care, Stanbic Public Relations and Communications Manager Chanda Chime-Katongo, right.

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