LankaBangla Finance’s new deposit schemes “Swasti” and “Protiva” with Life Insurance coverage
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-06-23 03:58:50 || Updated: 2020-06-23 03:58:50
LankaBangla Finance introduces two unique deposit schemes “Swasti” and “Protiva” with life insurance coverage at free of cost in Bangladesh. The main objective of these two landmark deposit schemes is to build regular savings habits with an assurance of getting full maturity value for any unanticipated incident. LankaBangla Finance will pay the premium on behalf of the customers.
“Swasti” – “Money Builder” (DPS) scheme is a saving scheme where the customers will get dual benefits. Any Bangladeshi or Bangladeshi staying abroad (18 to 65 years) can receive various benefits from this scheme.
“Protiva” – “Money Builder” (DPS) scheme for the new generation to explore a new horizon. Exclusively designed for the children (under 18 years) to get full maturity value in case of any unanticipated incident of the guardian.
In this regard, Senior Executive Vice President & Head of Retail Business, LankaBangla Finance Limited, Mr. Khurshed Alam said, “Thinking about the future of the customers, we come up with two innovative and new deposit schemes, “Swasti” and “Protiva” with insurance coverage. We are hopeful that the “Swasti” deposit scheme will ensure a carefree life for the customer and the “Protiva” deposit scheme will ensure the safety of future generations.”
Other features of these two schemes are – flexible tenure between 24 and 60 months, scheme size as low as BDT 500, tax rebate, loan facility, flexible monthly payment system and multiple payment channels.
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