• Competitive Auto loans
  • Islamic Banking offer

Manama – Bahrain:– Standard Chartered Bank has introduced a range of exclusive offers to its clients during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

This includes Standard Chartered Bank’s competitively-priced Auto Loans, 10% cashback when shopping with the Standard Chartered credit card across all branches of Lulu Hypermarket and additional rewards on Standard Chartered Bank’s Shariah-compliant financing solution, Saadiq Personal Loan.

Kunal Varma, Head of Retail Banking Middle East (except UAE) at Standard Chartered Bank said: “the spirit of giving is one of the fundamental elements of the Holy Month of Ramadan. As such, we are delighted to offer exclusive promotions to our Standard Chartered customers in order for them to enjoy as they see fit within their lifestyle.  Staying close to our customers is key and especially during the Holy Month of Ramadan.”

Through the Auto Loan offer, customers can apply for a loan amount of up to 100% of the vehicles value which will be granted to new vehicles or second hand vehicles not older than 10 years from the year of manufacture. Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain will provide a quick approval process and loans with tenures up to 84 months.

Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain has also partnered with Lulu Hypermarket to offer 10% cash back for customers paying for their purchases with their Standard Chartered Bank credit card when shopping at any Lulu Hypermarket branch in Bahrain.

New and existing Standard Chartered Bank customers can also apply for Saadiq Personal Finance loans, which is a world class Shariah compliant financing solution. When applying this Ramadan customers will receive a BD 50 shopping voucher from Lulu Hypermarket and 2 months instalment deferral. Customers must apply for a minimum finance amount of BD 8000 in order to be eligible for the rewards.

The Standard Chartered Bank Bahrain Ramadan promotions will be valid till June 10. For more information on Standard Chartered Bank’s Ramadan promotions, kindly call 17531532 or visit www.sc.com/bh .


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