By Modupe Gbadeyanka
New exciting features to enable seamless transactions for its customers have been added to the mobile app of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc.
The newly upgraded Stanbic IBTC Super App offers quick log-in capability with facial and fingerprint biometric options, strong customer data protection and voice banking features.
It also contains features such as instant soft loans for customers through the instant cash advance/EZ cash, bills payment, and funds transfer.
A statement from the lender stated that the one-stop mobile app consists of the entire range of the Stanbic IBTC Group products such as My Bank, Mutual Funds, Pension, @Ease, Insurance and Stockbroking.
Other features in the Super App of the Nigeria’s leading end-to-end financial services provider include Automated Teller machine (ATM) cardless withdrawals, loading of prepaid cards and payment of multiple beneficiaries, amongst others.
The banking app of Stanbic IBTC, a member of Standard Bank Group, also provides more self-service options such as unfreezing of account and password reset option.
Other functions of the Super App include the customers’ ability to subscribe to and withdraw from mutual funds; application for insurance policies and management of their stockbroking and pensions accounts, regardless of having a functional Stanbic IBTC Bank account.
The chief executive of Stanbic IBTC Holdings, Dr Demola Sogunle, stated that the upgraded mobile app was a restatement of the organisation’s commitment to providing seamless and unique banking experiences to its customers.
He said, “The upgrade of our mobile application is in furtherance of our digitisation agenda. This is driven by our desire to drive optimum satisfaction amongst our numerous customers.
“The super app offers our clients the opportunity to transact across the range of financial services we offer, ranging from core banking transactions to managing mutual funds, pensions, insurance and stockbroking accounts.”
He stated further that, “Our upgraded app is revolutionary and a first in the Nigerian market. Being a universal financial services organisation, we continually explore avenues of easing financial transactions. Our customers and clients will indeed find the additional functionalities invaluable.”
The Stanbic IBTC Mobile App can be downloaded on Google Play store for Android phones as well as App Store for iOS phones and from the Stanbic IBTC website https://www.stanbicibtcbank.com/nigeriabank/personal/ways-to-bank/Appyness.
Existing customers with their internet banking login credentials can register with the same on the super app while non-internet banking users can use their debit card details to register.
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