Standard Bank Malawi hosts cultural diversity night

To celebrate cultural diversity with its Customers, Standard Bank hosted cultural diversity night for its clients and employees at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.

celebrating culture through music
Simwaka speaking during the event

Speaking during the event Standard Bank Acting Chief Executive Temwani Simwaka said the event accords the bank an opportunity to interact with its customers.

“The Cultural Diversity Night gives the bank  a rare  opportunity to interact with customers from diverse backgrounds, cultures d nationalities,” said Simwaka.

Simwaka said said the bank embraces and values cultural diversity which are pillars of any society.

“As a truly Pan–African financial service provider, Standard Bank customers and employees represent different cultures. Through culture we are governed by norms and customs, which are the pillars of any society,”she said.

Moving forward the Acting Chief Executive said assured its customers of better business in 2018

“Our teams are committed to continue in strides aimed to deliver excellence coupled with unwavering support, we promise to continue excelling in the provision of tailored and structured solutions to all our customer segments,” said the Acting Chief Executive.

The Cultural Diversity Night was attended by customers from Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia,  Namibia, , Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, DRC, Angola, United Kingdom, China  and India among others.

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GOT AN IDEA
GOT AN IDEA
4 years ago

High bank charges are synonymous with standard bank, please slow down. You have mastered a pricing culture which is perpetrating poverty and will kill the very cultural diversity you intend to promote.

7777999
7777999
4 years ago

After repossessions it’s time to party! Clients suffering

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