Societe Generale Unveils ‘Unlock Your Dreams’ Loans Promo

Executives of Societe Generale Ghana in a pose after the launch

Societe Generale Bank Ghana Limited has launched the 2017 edition of its flagship loans promotion dubbed, ‘Unlock Your Dreams.’

‘Unlock Your Dreams 2017,’ according to the bank, which is one of the leading financial institutions in the country, is a follow-up to the Unlock Your Dreams and Unlock Your Dreams Reloaded promotions, which were launched in 2016.

Speaking at the launch of the promotion at the head office of the French-owned bank, Head of Retail Banking at Societe Generale Ghana, Kweku Tweneboa-Kodua said, “Unlock Your Dreams 2017 gives customers the chance to open a world of life-changing opportunities with amazingly low interest rate loans, in fact among the lowest on the market.”

“This year, we believe Unlock Your Dreams will be the biggest loans promotion that will attract new discerning customers, who need the extraordinary financial help this promotion seeks to provide and want to be with a bank that demonstrates a true concern for the welfare of its clients,” he added.

Under the promo, salaried customers can borrow up to GH¢120,000 without security based on the loan product that they choose and up to five years repayment period. Terms and conditions apply, according to the bank.

Head of Marketing Analytics of Societe Generale Ghana, Frederick Addy, indicated that the promotion seeks to assist more customers “to make their dreams come true by offering a range of competitively low interest rate loans, which includes Relief Credit Loan, School Fees Loan, Happy Chat Loan, Happy Home Loan, Happy Auto Loan, Cash Covered Loan and Finance Leasing.”

“During the promotional period, which is from now until 30th June 2017, relief credit loans, specifically, the most popular with our clients, will be at a fantastically low interest rate of 29 percent,” Mr. Addy said.

According to him, “Unlock Your Dreams 2017 is open to both existing and new Societe Generale Ghana customers, who are salaried workers. Salaried account holders who have accounts with other banks can enjoy the benefits of this promotion by opening a current account with the bank, having one salary processed at Societe Generale Ghana and providing six months statement from their previous bank.”

“Existing customers, who have loans with Societe Generale Ghana, can enjoy top-ups to their existing loans without being required to bring financial statements from their employers provided the bank has received recent financials from the employer in the last year,” he said.

Societe Generale Ghana is one of the leading banks in Ghana with 42 networked branches across the country.

The bank provides retail and corporate clients with products and services aimed at satisfying customers’ needs.

By Melvin Tarlue