HFC Bank introduces Christmas loan package

HFC Bank introduces Christmas loan package
Source: Ghana| Myjoyonline.com | Abubakar Ibrahim
Date: 01-11-2017 Time: 05:11:55:pm

HFC Bank Ghana, a subsidiary of Republic Financial Holdings Limited has announced a special loan package at a low-interest rate.

The rates range from 15 to 17 percent, which is one of the least in the market, depending on the income profile of applicant. 

The Christmas Loan Sale is opened to all public sector as well as private sector workers and offers ten times their monthly net income as a loan.

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High Net worth customers could get up to twelve times their net income as a loan.

According to the General Manager for Retail Banking for HFC Bank, the HFC Christmas Loan Sale has been tailored to meet the various income earners’ profiles during the festive season and beyond.  

“We all know that the best way to finance Christmas is to plan ahead and save for it, however, sometimes it’s not always possible.

“That is why we have introduced this Loan Sale at this time of the year so you can take advantage of it and achieve your wish list during the festive period,” she added. 

As part of the Christmas loan Sale, the Bank is also offering a car loan at reduced rates depending on the income profile of the applicant.

The General Manager further indicated that the Package also offers applicants the opportunity to transfer their loans from other Financial Institutions to HFC Bank.

The Bank has therefore urged salaried employees of public and private sector, high net worth individuals, Chief Executives, Directors, and Professionals to take full advantage of this offer whiles it last till the end of December 2017.

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