Standard Chartered Bank (Nigeria) has announced the launch of its Premium Banking segment in Nigeria, designed to cater to the financial needs of the emerging affluent providing a wide variety of services and solutions.

 

According to the launch, the service caters to clients between the ages of 25 and 45 years old who are typically graduates, start-up entrepreneurs, SMEs, new working professionals etc and in addition the individuals who are technologically/digitally inclined requiring minimal personal contact, the statement reads.

 

While commenting on the offering, Head of Retail Banking, David Idoru, said: “As a bank, we believe in building long term relationships with our clients and having the Premium Banking segment enables us to do so more strategically with our clients within this age bracket. This is one of the many ways we continue to demonstrate and reiterate to our clients that we are “Here for good.’