Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Kenya has rolled out a new credit card on Visa platform to cater to the needs of wealthy clients in the country.
Dubbed the Standard Chartered Visa Infinite, the credit card offers a range of benefits as well as best-in-class privileges to affluent Kenyans.
The cardholders will be able to access more than 900 airport lounges and can bringone free guest every visit at airports across the globe.
Additionally, the card-members will be offered a free round of golf per month at Karen Country Golf Club, one of Kenya’s top golf courses.
Furthermore, the cardholders will earn reward points when shopping using the credit card. The reward points can be exchanged at a retail store, both locally or globally.
Other benefits available for the cardholders include travel insurance up to $2.5m and 5% cashback on fuel and dining of up to KES1000 every month.
Standard Chartered Bank CEO Kariuki Ngari said: “We are constantly working towards bringing to our clients the highest quality of services available on the global market.
“The launch of the Visa Infinite credit card shows our bank’s commitment to bringing payment solutions that meet and exceed the expectations of our ever-expanding clientele.
“As a leading issuer of credit cards in Kenya, we continually look at ways of becoming more customer-centric.”
Recently, Standard Chartered launched the new look of the Falconflyer credit card in collaboration with Bahrain’s national airline Gulf Air.
In September, the Indian arm of Standard Chartered Bank launched its DigiSmart credit card for millennials.