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Standard Chartered credit card named "Best Affluent Program in Vietnam"

Released at: 08:15, 29/03/2018

Standard Chartered credit card named "Best Affluent Program in Vietnam"

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WorldMiles Credit Card picks up MasterCard award for its exclusive benefits and privileges.

by Khanh Chi

Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam’s WorldMiles Credit Card has recently been named “Best Affluent Program in Vietnam” by MasterCard, recognizing the exclusive benefits and privileges cardholders enjoy across lifestyle categories.

“We always strive to ensure that our credit cardholders enjoy exclusive and bespoke benefits when they spend and travel,” said Mr. Harmander Mahal, Head of Retail Banking at Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam. “Clients sit at the heart of what we do, and we are constantly innovating to deliver a richer and differentiated banking experience.”

Launched in Vietnam in 2016 and targeting affluent frequent travelers, the WorldMiles Credit Card offers a host of superior travel and lifestyle benefits. The card is the first in Vietnam to offer total travel care worth up to $965,000 and the first to allow cardholders access to over 800 airport lounges worldwide using the Dragon pass app on their smartphone, without needing to present a physical lounge card. 

Cardholders are also entitled to enjoy complimentary green fees at the top six golf clubs in Vietnam, with the option of booking tee-off times using the bank’s mobile app “The Good Life” under the Concierge function. They can also use The Good Life to find the nearest offers among 3,500 outlets when they travel around Asia, with discounts of up to 50 per cent. For every $1.1 spent on the credit card, holders will receive up to 3 travel points, which can be redeemed for dining, hotels and resorts, airport services, and luxury experiences.

Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam was named ‘Best Foreign Bank in Vietnam” for three consecutive years, by the Global Banking & Finance Review in 2014 and 2015 and by Global Business Outlook in 2016.

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