By Confidente Reporter
BANK Windhoek this week launched the second edition of its #SoSolo magazine.
The #SoSolo lifestyle magazine for teens focuses on promoting a savings culture amongst existing and prospective Solo account holders.
In this edition special focus falls on how to plan for your matric farewell and also takes a look at Bank Windhoek’s recently launched Solo Bank for children.
Youngsters can also read more about the Bank Windhoek BizzKids competition and how to enter this entrepreneurial initiative.
Information on how to qualify and open a Solo account, as well as fun quizzes, makes for fun and informative reading.
“Understanding the importance of saving and learning how to manage and bank your finances from a young age, is very important for our children’s future financial wellbeing and financial independence. Bank Windhoek’s Solo account makes it easy and rewarding for children to save, with attractive interest rates, low costs and access to a range of free features such as free ATM withdrawals at Bank Windhoek ATMs and no monthly services fees,” said Riaan van Rooyen, Bank Windhoek’s head of Corporate Communication and Social Investment.
Another great feature of being a Solo account holder is that you get to keep your number for life. So when they want to switch to Bank Windhoek’s Vibe account once they have reached the age of 19 and enrol at a tertiary institution, there is no hassle in completing forms and remembering new account numbers
The #SoSolo magazine is free of charge and available at all Bank Windhoek branches. It can also be downloaded by visiting our website: www.bankwindhoek. com.na
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