Whatever your needs are, our Personal Loan gives you extra financial flexibility without any guarantor or collateral
To Apply for a loan and to Top Up an existing loan.
|• Be Salaried from approved companies. Salary should have been accruing to the account for 3 consecutive months.|
|• For new accounts, you will need to provide 2 months bank statements (previous bankers) supported by at least one salary credit through Standard Chartered Bank.|
|• Have a minimum net salary of ZWL25,000|
|• Have proof of income (latest original payslip)|
|• Have a copy of employment contract, valid work permit and residence permit (where applicable)|
|• Provide your Metal/plastic ID, Valid passport or Driver’s licence|
|• Show proof of residence (recent utility bill or letter from your employer)|
|• Be aged: 21-65 years|
|• Top up loan after 9 months consistent repayments from existing loan (36-48 months tenor)|
|• Qualifying amount: Minimum of ZWL41,000 up to a maximum of ZWL2,000,000|
All loans are granted to Zimbabwean residents and employees of companies approved by Standard Charted Bank Zimbabwe. All loans are granted at the sole discretion of Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe. All loans are granted to Zimbabwean residents and employees of companies approved by Standard Charted Bank Zimbabwe. All loans are granted at the sole discretion of Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe. Download our terms & conditions for more information.
For more information, call (04) 758078/9 or visit your nearest branch.
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