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Second HSBC Premier Centre opens in city
FE Report
3/29/2006
 

          The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) Ltd in Bangladesh opened its second HSBC Premier Centre at the bank's Dhanmondi premises Tuesday.
HSBC Bangladesh Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Banner opened the centre at a simple ceremony.
"Our clients enjoy a wide variety of additional and exclusive privileges including a preferential tariff structure, access to the exclusive Premier lounge with reserved car parking facilities, travel and emergency services and exclusive offers from top quality local restaurants and boutiques," said Steve Banner.
In addition, HSBC Premier clients receive a higher ATM (Automated Teller Machine) limit of Tk 100,000 per day, commission-free encashment of HSBC-issued travellers' cheques, free foreign exchange services, free endorsement of foreign currency for the clients and spouses, he added.
HSBC clients across the world receive the same level of exceptional service at all HSBC Premier centres.

 

 
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