Baiduri Bank will organise its first roadshow at its new Headquarters at 1 Jalan Gadong on November 13 and 14 from 9am 6pm.
Themed around the bank’s refreshed brand promise of ‘Co-creating your future’, the roadshow aims to gather the bank’s stakeholders, from customers, business partners and the Bruneian community while taking a unique approach towards promoting financial literacy and inclusion to the public.
The roadshow is open to the public and free of charge. It is one of the bank’s efforts to reach out to a wider audience through an interactive platform and to update them on the latest offerings from the bank and its subsidiaries.
During the roadshow, licensed financial planners will be on hand to offer financial health checks and recommendations based on each person’s financial aspirations. Those who come for a consultation will be entitled to complementary refreshments, while those who sign up for a product will be entitled to an instant dip, where they can win prizes such as dining vouchers and a grand prize of a stay at a local luxury accommodation.
Baiduri Bank Head of Retail Banking Lim Kian Chiong said the roadshow is an opportunity for the bank to showcase its refreshed brand to the public and allow them to feel a new experience with the bank.
He said, “The roadshow is designed in a way that allows us to engage everyone and understand their personal financial goals in an informal setting. It is also the bank’s way of making financial planning and financial education more accessible in a fun and interactive way.
“This way, we can work with them and help them achieve financial success, no matter what life stage they are in – whether they are a fresh graduate looking to start their career, or a couple looking to finance their first house and start their own family.”
The roadshow will also have family-friendly games and activities such as tote bag designing, weaving demonstrations, cookie art decorations, as well as a mini zen garden workshop. The activities are in collaboration with local businesses.
In line with the Ministry of Health guidelines, the public is reminded to observe the social distancing rules during the roadshow, and take their temperatures as well as scan the BruHealth QR codes prior to entering the building.