Standard Chartered’s credit card wins award
Dubai, May 22, 2013
Standard Chartered Bank’s MasterCard Titanium Credit Card won the “Best New Credit Card in the Middle East” award during the Cards Middle East Forum 2013, a statement said.
The credit card has been recognised for offering cash back incentives and privileges on the every day spend of cardholders in the UAE. It also provides cardholders with up to 10 per cent cash back on purchases from all supermarkets in the UAE, all utility bill payments and even school fees payments.
Cardholders also get up to 50 per cent discount on all movie ticket purchases at VOX Cinemas and various dining outlets in the UAE, it said.
Khalid El Gibaly, regional head of consumer banking, UAE and Middle East, Standard Chartered, said: “The Titanium MasterCard Credit Card has been very well received in the UAE market. It comes as part of a series of value-added products that Standard Chartered is introducing to the UAE market this year. The ‘Best New Credit Card in the Middle East’ award is testament to the success of our customer-focused approach which aims to reward and add unique value to the specific financial needs of our customers.”
In addition to the cashback offers, Standard Chartered’s Privileges Program offers cardholders more than 600 offers at dining, retail and entertainment outlets, which can be accessed on an iPhone application.
The Cards Middle East Forum 2013 was organized as part of the Cards and Payments Middle East 2013, the region’s largest smart card, payment and ID event that showcased the next wave of innovation, products and technology from 200 world leading exhibitors. - TradeArabia News Service
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