Khushhali Microfinance Bank (KMBL) has introduced a special saving scheme for senior citizens, pensioners, widows and juniors that would help them in planning a prosperous and secure future with exceptional offering of profits up to 13%. Always striving towards financial inclusion Khushhali Microfinance Bank has especially tailored this scheme for these segments as a much better alternate to national saving certificates and committee style saving system for them to achieve their financial objectives.
Khushhali Microfinance bank with a history of providing innumerable platforms of prosperity to millions for the last 16 years with excellent credit ratings,backed by solid local and foreign investments has always ensured higherreturns for its customer. To facilitate senior citizens (aged 55 and above), widows, pensioners and juniors (below 18) this saving plan alsooffers them an ATM card facility with monthly profit withdrawal option.
President Khushhali Microfinance Bank, Ghalib Nishtar stated that this scheme is to assist and care for the elderly, pensioners and the juniors:”This scheme is highly beneficial for senior citizens, pensioners, widows and children because it helps them save with a 13% profit for a more secure future. The scheme would be extremely beneficial for Pakistan’s economy as well because getting the unbanked segment into the banking systemwill lead to greater financial inclusion.Also with Junior accounts (for 18 & below)this scheme would help the nation raise financially literate people capable of making sound financial decisions for themselves in future.”
Widowed, Asifa Khan, who has been investing money in several committees, expressed a sigh of relief saying that the scheme will be beneficial to her and many others like her, “Unlike committees, I will be able to withdraw my monthly profit and my money would be more secure with Khushhali Microfinance Bank.AlsoWith this savings product I will receive a higher profit then other alternatives available while getting introduced to the many benefits of banking.”