Fidelity Bank rewards savings account holders
Fidelity Bank Plc has rewarded its personal savings accounts customers with N3.25 million, in efforts to deliver on its promise of offering innovative products and services that drive financial inclusion, entrepreneurship development and ease of transactions, through technology.
It had earlier in the last eight months distributed N1.5 million in cash prizes to some of its customers, before it gave out another N1.75 million, making it N3.25 million.
Two beneficiaries of the recent largess Adeyemi Adeyinka and Onyenagoro Florence, who won N500,000 each under the Fidelity Personal Saving Scheme (FPSS) and five others who got N150 each under the SWEETA Loyalty Reward, however expressed gratitude.
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Fidelity Bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo, represented by the Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Chijioke Ugochukwu, noted that the bank is happy to enrich its customers through its reward schemes.
“We are well known for our institutionalized approach in all that we do. We shall continue to find more unique and exciting ways to entice more Nigerians and businesses to the banking fold, and for those who have already sowed on our ideas, to give them more reasons to bank more with us.
“The economy is not perfect but its improving every day, getting stronger and robust and we stand ready and proud through our reward systems, promo and SME services, to contribute more than our fair quota to the growth of the Nigerian economy,” he said.
The President Lagos chamber of commerce, Chief Nike Akande, in her remarks at the event commended the bank’s advancement of SMEs as the engine hub of Nigeria’s economy.
She noted that the LCCI through its specially packaged programmes is set to meet the aspirations and interest of government agencies, domestic investors, financial institutions like Fidelity Bank, foreign investors and bilateral trade agencies.
Akande maintained that the chamber is drawing attention to the need for consistency in the ongoing reforms driven to achieve industrialization, boost non-oil export, attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) and create a more conducive business environment.
She urged financial institutions to consider credit to enterprises involved in manufacturing, food processing and non-oil export as a form of reducing our dependence on imports and to drive our diversification agenda towards achieving sustainable growth.
The Chairman, Trade Promotion Board, LCCI, Sola Oyetayo, commended the CEO Fidelity Bank on his support over the years which has contributed immensely to the sustenance of the recent LITF which has added value to trade promotion, private sector empowerment and commerce in the past 31 years in Nigeria and the West African region.
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