Towards enhancing its Children’s Savings offering with value additions, Amãna Bank has tied up with Bata Sri Lanka to offer a 15% discount for the Bank’s Children’s Savings Account holders to purchase ‘B.first’ brand of shoes coinciding with the reopening of schools which were closed for over 5 months owing to the pandemic.
Commenting on this special offer, the Bank’s Vice President Retail Banking and Marketing Siddeeque Akbar said “Our partnership with Bata is very timely with the recommencement of schools and I am thankful for Bata Sri Lanka for coming forward to offer this discount which will be a great value addition to our Children’s Savings Account proposition.”
Sharing his views on partnership Bata Sri Lanka’s Managing Director/Country Manager Clive Rodrigo said “It is indeed a great opportunity for us to tie-up with Amana Bank to offer a special discount for their Children’s Savings account holders. Bata Sri Lanka is being serving the Sri Lankan customers since 1950 and we will always be responsible for a quality foot wear to our customers.”
Being a hallmark product of the Bank known for its value additions, Amãna Bank Children’s Savings Accounts offers parents a host of benefits to nurture the habit of savings from an early age including gifting a pre-loaded balance of Rs 1,000/- to all new accounts opened for children under the age of 2 years and rewarding accounts which received a continuous monthly standing order with a year-end bonus equivalent to their standing order amount up to Rs 10,000/-.
Known for its looks, comfort and durability, ‘B.first’ school shoes are a popular choice for many kids and is available in both black and white colours with the option of purchasing either lace type or Velcro strap type.
Amãna Bank PLC is a stand-alone institution licensed by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange with Jeddah based IsDB Group being the principal shareholder having a 29.97% shareholding of the Bank. The IsDB Group is a ‘AAA’ rated multilateral development financial institution with a membership of 57 countries. Amãna Bank does not have any subsidiaries, associates or affiliated institutions, other than the ‘OrphanCare’ Trust.