Planning for future financial well-being vital – Stanchart

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IT is vital for people to invest in the right solutions to grow, protect and transfer their wealth, says Standard Chartered Bank Zambia Head of Wealth Management Olusegun Omoniwa.

Mr. Omoniwa said one of the bank’s key priorities was to partner with its clients over the long-term to help them to prosper and protect their legacy.

“That is why we have invested into the development of a range of solutions and partnerships to help our clients grow and protect their wealth,

 “Our Investment offering includes access to a range of over 150 Bonds and Mutual Funds from globally renowned investment managers; we offer both local and offshore bonds in multiple currencies which give our clients access to a well-diversified portfolio,” he said

Speaking on the bank’s range of investment products and solutions, Mr Omoniwa said his bank offered clients a means to protecting their wealth through the long- term insurance policies in partnership with Sanlam Life Insurance.

“Through the Priority Banking proposition, our aim is to create value for clients through holistic investment solutions, information and advice that will empower them to make the right decisions about growing their wealth and protecting their families,” he said

Mr Omoniwa said that as the first bank in Zambia, Standard Chartered had been operating in the country for 113 years now.

That long history and deep-rooted experience of the Zambian market gave the bank a competitive edge to help clients to not only prosper, but also be empowered to carefully plan, invest for their future wealth and financial well-being.

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