Stanbic IBTC has recently upgraded its mobile App to encompass six financial modules, which are: My Bank, @easewallet, Pensions, Insurance, Mutual Funds and Stocks. Asides transacting business seamlessly with My Bank and @easewallet, customers can also subscribe to, and withdraw from, mutual funds, apply for insurance policies, as well as manage their stockbroking and pensions accounts, regardless of their operating a functional Stanbic IBTC Bank account.

The newly upgraded App is tagged “Super App”, reflecting how, for the first time in Nigeria’s banking history, customers can transact across the range of end-to-end financial services, including managing mutual funds, pensions, insurance and stockbroking accounts.

Through the Super App, investors can easily access their mutual fund accounts. They can now view their Dollar and Sharia Fixed Income mutual fund accounts, top-up and make redemptions directly from the App. The App also enables investors request their statement of accounts, set up new mutual fund accounts, reset passwords and reset security questions. 

With the Pension feature, customers can enjoy the benefits of making inquiries, signing-up for e-statements, and viewing their Retirement Savings Account (RSA), Approved Existing Scheme (AES) and Voluntary Contribution (VC) balances. They can also request registration certificates, and customise their log-in profiles.  

Stanbic IBTC has also introduced insurance brokerage solutions as a new feature on the Super App. This functionality enables customers of Stanbic IBTC Insurance Brokers view the status of their insurance policies, view their transaction history, renew insurance policies, report claims and upload claims-related documents and pictures.

Indeed, the Stanbic IBTC mobile app is more than just the ordinary; it is a Super App!

The newly upgraded Super App can be downloaded on Google Playstore for Android phones as well as App Store for iOS phones and from the Stanbic IBTC website. Also, existing customers can register with their internet banking login credentials on the super app and non-internet banking users can use their debit card details to register.

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