In its continuing commitment to bring the BetterBanking experience to its valued customers, Security Bank hosted another top-notch Customer Appreciation Night for its most valued clients. Top accounts from the bank’s corporate and commercial banking businesses were treated to two separate events to watch the phenomenal musicale, ‘Les Misérables’ at The Theatre at Solaire. Premiere seats were reserved for clients and their guests and lavish cocktails were served before the show.
This is one of the series of customer events that Security Bank regularly hosts to build closer relationships with clients beyond business hours.
Taking the lead in welcoming the guests from Corporate Banking was Security Bank Chairman Abet Villarosa who expressed his gratitude for the continuing confidence of valued clients and business partners. He said, “We had a remarkable year and it is because of our clients that we have been able to grow bigger and better. They have been part of our journey and we look forward to many more years with them as our partners in success. This is our way of thanking them and reaffirming our commitment to work even harder in delivering our brand promise of BetterBanking.” Also on hand to welcome the Corporate Banking clients were Wholesale Banking Segment Head Edu Olbes, Corporate Banking Group Head Isay Arcilla and her entire team.
Meanwhile, Security Bank President and CEO Yogi Salcedo personally welcomed clients from the commercial banking segment with Banking Centers Group Head Jorge Lindley Ong, Jeanette Keh and the Banking Centers team. Bigwigs from the corporate world and business owners were seen interacting with each other and enjoying the special evening. Some clients shared their sentiments that they were very impressed with how Security Bank works hard to make every customer feel valued through well-organized and memorable events.
Security Bank celebrates its 65th anniversary in June this year with more events and activities in store for its customers to let them know that through the years, Security Bank just keeps getting better.