Stanbic Bank Botswana continues to add value by providing innovative solutions and expertise to our clients, fostering an environment that facilitates their financial growth and success. 

 We are therefore pleased to announce the launch of Affluent and High Net Worth Clients, a value proposition that helps clients build, diversify and protect their wealth thus building a strong financial standing for them. This includes personalised relationship management, wealth management and investment solutions, offshore banking, premium insurance, lending solutions at preferential rates, lifestyle offers and access to an opulent Private Banking Suite.

 Stanbic Bank Botswana Head, Consumer and High Net Worth Clients, Portia Motshegare said, “At Stanbic Bank Botswana, we remain passionate about driving Botswana’s growth and improving lives. Our business exists because of our clients and we must place them at the centre of all that we do. We are excited to play a key role in unlocking possibilities through our Affluent and High Net Worth Clients offering. Launching this proposition will help address our clients’ financial needs and bring home that we are indeed a partner for life for our clients.”

 The Affluent and High Net Worth Clients offering has two transactional accounts, namely Private and Executive. These are loaded with a variety of cutting-edge benefits and features that enhance the banking experience for our clients. The two transactional accounts come embedded with convenient digital self-service platforms that include Internet Banking, the Stanbic Bank App, Mobile Banking and provide access to Automated Teller Machines (ATM). To enable clients to transact beyond traditional banking, the Bank also avails the Unayo and Shyft platforms in its suite of digital solutions.

 “As Stanbic Bank, we believe that dreams matter because they fuel growth and we will continue to create value for clients and the communities we serve by providing access to digital, financial, and related solutions that support sustainable growth,” concluded Motshegare.