HNB Singithi announces ‘Singithi Jumbo Avurudu’ promo with exciting new offers
In celebration of Avurudu this year HNB PLC announced the launch of the ‘Singithi Jumbo Avurudu’ campaign for its minor savers, with a wide range of exciting presents and gift vouchers.
Commencing from the 23rd of March until the 30th of April 2021, HNB is offering an array of benefits for all HNB Singithi and Teen account holders below 16 years of age.
“We’re extremely pleased to share the joy of Avurudu by supplementing our Singithi Savings scheme for our young savers. With these promotions, we’re able to encourage the youth on their path towards a financially secure future, while providingexciting gifts that will boost their academic journey.In the coming years, we’re hoping to look at expanding the scope of these schemes so we can continue supporting our young savers,” HNB Head of Deposits Viranga Gamage said.
In addition to encouraging the continuous academic progressofSingithi account holders, the bank also provides an exciting array of gifts for its young savers. These range from items such as pen-holders and caps for deposits of Rs. 5,000, to umbrellas or school bags for deposits of Rs. 10,000, to a whiteboard fully equipped with accessories for deposits of Rs. 25,000.
Additionally, Singithi savers who make deposits of Rs. 50,000 will receive either a sports bag or a voucher worth Rs. 1,500. HNB will also provide Singithi account holders with vouchers valued at Rs. 5,000 for deposits of Rs. 100,000, and Rs. 20,000 for deposits of Rs. 500,000.The vouchers can be redeemed at outlets of any of HNB’s partner merchants, including Abans, Arpico Supercentre, DSI, Mallika Hemachandra Jewellers, Nithyakalyani Jewellery, Stone ‘N’ String, Sarasavi Bookshop, VijithaYapa, and Zuzi.
In this manner, the bank aims to enhance financial literacy among Sri Lanka’s youth and provide the next generation with valuable gifts and a sense of responsibility for their savings accounts, which in turn will guarantee a stable and robust foundation for a bright future.
As the first to introduce a branded minor savings account in 1991, HNB is committed to protecting the interests of Singithi account holders. Consequently, working in partnership with HNB Assurance, the bank launched a special insurance scheme which will operate on standing orders issued from parents for Singithi and Teen savings accounts. Notably, parents are only required to set up a standing order between a minimum of Rs. 1000 –Rs. 25,000 to avail themselves of the insurance facility, and no additional premium will be charged. Encouraging parents to establish consistent funding for their children’s savings accounts, the insurance scheme will guarantee that in the event of a parent’s demise –either a natural or accidental death – HNB will continue tofund monthly standing orderto the child’s account. Customers with standing orders up to the value of Rs. 25,000 are eligible to receive this benefit from HNB free-of-charge.