A treat for FNBB private clients

SHARE   |   Monday, 21 September 2015   |   By Ontametse Sugar
FNBB CEO Steven Bogatsu [C] with his executive team and delegates during the partnership launch with Camelot Spa FNBB CEO Steven Bogatsu [C] with his executive team and delegates during the partnership launch with Camelot Spa

First National Bank Botswana (FNBB) private clients are being offered a treat at the Camelot Spa at the Grand Palm Hotel.

To someone who does not own the FNB private client black card it might be a little bit pricey but to them definitely it is not that much of a big deal, and on top of that they will be getting a 15% discount for the services that they will indulge themselves in. For someone to qualify as a black card holder they have to have a gross salary of P50 000. Head of Private Clients at FNB Moitsisi Otukile said these are just some of the few benefits that the private clients got to enjoy because they also get advice on a lot of things regarding their finances.

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FNBB Director for Retail Boitumelo Mogopa said the innovation came as a token of appreciation for their clients. “This value-add is another important way we wish to bring more to our clients’ experience beyond their everyday banking,” she said.

The Camelot Spa Brand Ambassador, Tshepo Ntshole, noted that the spa is delighted to see the partnership with FNBB come to fruition. She expressed her excitement on the partnership with FNBB because it will provide them with an opportunity to pamper their clients. “We provide a generous variety of treatments that we hope FNBB Black Card holders will enjoy with each visit,” said Ntshole. Camelot Spa offers a range of spa treatments and therapies to de-stress re-energise and transform the body, mind and soul into a phase of rejuvenation and wellness.