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Laxmi Bank to run campaign ‘Save like a Champion’ during FIFA World Cup

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KATHMANDU: The countdown to the world’s biggest sporting event, the FIFA World Cup has begun and football craze and Nepali fans await with bated breath to witness the magic unfold on the green fields. To celebrate the event, Laxmi Bank is set to launch a campaign 'Save like a Champion' aimed at highlighting the universal nature of savings, drawing an analogy between the importance of a goalkeeper saving a goal to win a game and individuals who diligently save money to champion their own financial security. The campaign will encourage and promote the idea and power of saving to create a better future for both present and future generations. During the campaign from November 20 to December 31, 2022, customers or savers will be rewarded with exciting offers such as pre-approved credit cards, free lifetime green banking package comprising of Mobile Money and iBank (Laxmi Bank’s mobile banking and internet banking application), DEMAT account, MeroShare , Viber Banking, email solutions and piggy bank. In addition to the savings product offers, customers can also participate in exciting contests related to the FIFA World Cup 2022 to win exciting rewards. Laxmi Bank was incorporated in April 2002 as the 16th commercial bank in Nepal. The bank's vision is to be the Bank of choice for a growing, vibrant Nepal - reaching and enriching households, businesses, and communities. Today, through its branches and a host of IT-enabled channels, the bank serves a wide range of customers. Despite a relatively short history, Laxmi Bank has emerged as a major player across all business lines - retail, midmarket, corporate, infrastructure, and treasury. The Bank is widely recognised as one of the best-managed banks in Nepal with high corporate governance standards, organisational culture, risk-management systems, and strong technology. READ ALSO:  
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