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Standard Chartered’s Priority Banking unveils flagship centre


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Standard Chartered’s Priority Banking unveiled its flagship centre at 22A Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha, Colombo 7 at a ceremony graced by clients and staff. The centre optimises Standard Chartered’s network presence in Colombo and will be the exclusive focal service point for the bank’s Priority Banking clients. Standard Chartered Chief Executive Officer Jim McCabe said: “Our Priority Banking Proposition strives to make global banking simpler. I am confident that our dedicated relationship managers will continue to ensure that we deliver a personalised approach to solutions that will complement the investment objectives of our clients, from this specially dedicated space - a 360° service to match our 360° rewards program.”

Standard Chartered’s Priority Banking offering is available to clients with a banking relationship of Rs. 5 million or equivalent in any other currency in a savings or fixed deposit account or to those who draw a net monthly salary of Rs. 400,000 minimum. 

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