Going for gold

Selekt Gold offering launched

12 September 2019 | Banking

Last night, Bank Windhoek launched their Selekt Gold offering with the aim of providing the market with a relevant, holistic financial solution.
The Selekt Gold offering delivers bundled or Pay-as-you-Go transaction fee structures, access to a team of personal bankers, personalised SelektSaver Accounts at tiered interest rates, free life, legal and funeral cover and value added services such as the Hey Jude for Bank Windhoek Lifestyle App.
In consultation with personal bankers, customers will be able to choose the loan products that are best suited to them, be it a Personal Loan, Gold Credit Card, an Overdraft Facility, Vehicle Financing, or Selekt Bond.
A unique feature is the “My Savings” aspect, which comprises access to all investment products within the Capricorn Group, as well as having as many complementary SelektSaver Accounts as the customer would like, linked to their Selekt Gold Account, at no extra cost to the customer.
Another unique feature is the “My Cover” addition, which includes free legal access of up to N$30 000; access to estate planning; free life cover of N$32 300; free travel insurance of up to N$2 500 000 when paying for your travel using your Bank Windhoek Selekt Gold Debit or Credit Card; and free funeral cover of N$30 000 for the main member, N$30 000 for a spouse and funeral benefits for children, depending on their age.
“Our Selekt Gold offering puts customers at the centre of product development and takes into account their dreams and aspirations,” said the banks MD, Baronice Hans. “In delivering the Selekt Gold Account, our focus is on personalised service and advice, innovative digital solutions and added value offerings – attributes that make us leaders in the market.”
In addition to conducting daily transactions on the mobile app, the bank also offers features such as being able to turn Debit and Credit Cards off and back on again, as well as the feature where daily limits can be increased or decreased.

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