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Private Perspective

From Head, Private Banking

June, 2016

New Platinum Debit Cards
With the Stanbic Visa Platinum Debit Card we say welcome to a
world of exclusive privileges that befits your status. You enjoy
higher spending limits and have access to more privileges.
This card is issued in association with Visa. With your Platinum
card, you have access to cash from 1.9 million ATMs and over 20
million POS terminals in more than 200 countries and territories
wherever you see the Visa symbol.
Read More

Priority Pass
Start every journey with priority pass. With Priority Pass you have
access to over 900 airport lounges worldwide to suit your
particular travelling needs. Sign up now and enjoy the Lounge
Class experience before your next take-off
It is a great pleasure to bring to you the second issue of
our quarterly newsletter. I am particularly proud to let you
know our Private Banking Suite in Takoradi is now open.
Please visit the suite when you get the chance. There is
even more good news with Kumasi on course to open very
We recently had the pleasure of sponsoring the Executive
Women Network (EWN), a non-profit organisation for
women in senior management and executive positions in
private organisation/institutions and women
entrepreneurs of well established businesses. The insights
we gathered from the event were awesome.
In line with our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) the
Private Banking team supported the elderly in Somanya.
We truly wanted to give back to society.
We believe that those of you who have had the chance to
use our Platinum Card and Priority pass are really enjoying
the benefits. If you haven’t enjoyed these benefits yet,
why not try them? Contact your Private Banker to hear
more about these amazing offers.
In bringing the Private Banking value proposition to life,
and to serve our esteemed customers well, we have put
together a piece on the housing market in Ghana. Should
your appetite be whetted to invest in the sector, your
Private Banker will discuss how we can support you with
our Home Loans and Equity release offerings.
Please email your feedback to:

There’s no need to book, simply show your Priority Pass
membership card at the lounge reception to gain entry.
Then sit down, stretch out and enjoy:

Complimentary pre-flight bites and drinks, including
alcohol in most lounges
Space to work or relax in a place that feels like home
Free Wi-Fi in most lounges
Comfortable seats and quiet spaces
The latest magazines and newspapers
Power sockets to give your devices a boost
Conference rooms, showers, bed and spa facilities
available in selected lounges

Real Estate: A sector calling for harvesting
The global investor community has become aware of Ghana’s real
estate deficit and is directing funds here to contribute in closing
the gap while making good
returns for their
In the country’s golden
triangle of business – Accra,
Kumasi and Takoradi – the
real estate activities are a
sight everywhere and range

Private Perspective

June, 2016

from high-end residential apartments, executive lodges, and houses for the middle class to commercial property to serve the
growing demands by the day.
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Support for the aged in Somanya
In a bid to provide free basic health care to the doorsteps of the aged, the elderly at
Somanya in the Eastern Region have benefitted from free health screening
organised by Stanbic Bank. The initiative was in collaboration Onua Pa Foundation,
an NGO which advocates for better care for aged women and men. Read More

Stanbic backs Executive Womens' Network
We affirmed our support for the Executive Womens' Network (EWN), a group of female entrepreneurs fighting for gender
mainstreaming and women empowerment, when it held its first forum in the country.
The support was to officially launch Stanbic’s intention to groom women into renowned professionals who will take frontline
roles in the corporate world. Read More

Upcoming Events
Stanbic Jazz Festival

This year’s edition of the Stanbic Jazz Festival will be held at the Accra International Conference Centre, June 24 – 26. The
main act is smooth jazz exponent, Bob James. Also on the bill are a host of Ghanaian jazz greats such as Arkah Blay and
Kyekyeku. The event is gradually becoming a notable on the African Jazz scene. Previous editions hosted Earl Klugh and Peter

Stanbic Otumfuo Royal Invitation Golf Tournament
Avid golfers will descend on the Royal Golf Course in Kumasi for the Stanbic Otumfuo Royal Invitational Tournament. The 18hole tournament would be teed off by Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and Alhassan Andani, Chief Executive Stanbic Bank. It will be open
to golfers with handicap 24 and below is expected to attract golfers from Kumasi, Sunyani, Tarkwa and Obuasi. The
tournament has been running for about seven years and serves as a key platform for developing the sport in the country.


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