Five BIBD Aspirasi 2 quarterly winners went home happy as they brought along a total of $50,000.
The reward campaign which took place on Friday afternoon at BIBD Connects at Taman Mahkota Jubli Emas in the capital, saw each quarterly winner received $10,000.
While 35 winners brought home $1,000 each as part of campaigns third monthly draw.
The lucky individuals were selected from customers who had subscribed to BIBD Aspirasi 2 with a minimum holding period of 90 days.
The quarterly winner prizes were handed by BIBD Deputy Managing Director Hjh Noraini Hj Sulaiman while BIBD’s Head of Shariah Division Hjh Hanifah Hj Jenan presented prizes to the monthly winners.
“Alhamdulillah, first of all the sustainability and success of this programme stems from the support and uptake from our customers,” said BIBD’s Acting Head of Retail Banking, Irwan Lamit.
“The more people participate, the more they will save. This means our winners understood the importance of this programme that while it is rewarding, it also inculcates the savings culture among Bruneians.”
He added that the establishment is proud to have introduced BIBD Aspirasi that supports the national agenda of creating a financially literate society.
“It’s never too late to begin saving to realise your aspirations as the programme only requires customers to start their savings as low as $250 and to keep their investment in BIBD Aspirasi for at least 90 days prior to each draw date.”
To be eligible for the grand draw, customers are required to subscribe to BIBD Aspirasi 2 for a minimum of 90 days prior to the draw. Those who haven’t subscribed are advised to do so.
The current BIBD Aspirasi 2 Rewards programme will conclude with a grand draw of B$250,000.
The first of its kind to be introduced to the country, BIBD Aspirasi has made the discipline of savings easier, more accessible and more convenient for its customers as subscriptions and redemptions can be made directly through the BIBD mobile application, BIBD NEXGEN Wallet.
This has helped customers create a savings discipline that the bank hopes will become a habit while elevating the nation’s savings culture that will be able to help them sustain their needs at every stage of their lives. – Rafidah Hamit
The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN