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'Get 12 times' the joy with HSBC

Continuing the success of "redefining your expectations" seasonal offer, HSBC unveiled "Get 12 Times" to its loyal credit card customers, in a bid to reward them 12 times more for purchases made during January 7 to March 7, 2013.

"Get 12 Times" would offer HSBC credit card customers the opportunity of entering into daily draws. Multiple transactions done on a particular day would enable multiple entries that will increase the chances of becoming the daily winner. All transactions made with an HSBC credit card at any merchant outlet in fine dining, premium shopping, home electronics, furniture or super markets, whether local, global or online, would be eligible for the promotion.

HSBC's new privileges promotion "Get 12 Times," will select a winner daily and winners will each receive their winning transaction value credited to their credit card account on a monthly basis for 12 months, with the maximum amount being Rs. 7,500. Whilst there will be no minimal transaction value for the draw, any winning transaction below Rs. 2,500 will receive Rs. 2,500 monthly, for 12 months. "We have been privileged to offer many best-in-class promotions to our HSBC credit card holders in the past. As such, this new promotion has been developed with you in mind. It will provide our customers the opportunity to have their winning transaction credited back to them monthly for 12 months. We hope you along with your family, colleagues and friends will use your HSBC credit card for all your daily transactions, to increase your chance of winning," Nilantha Bastian, Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, HSBC Sri Lanka said.

In addition, HSBC credit cardholders could enjoy fabulous discounts of up to 30 percent when indulging in a variety of sumptuous cuisines at Seafood Cove, Sheherezade, Hotel Galadari Coffee Shop, Colombo Courtyard, Mango Tree, California Grill, Flavors, Scarlet Room, Cloud Cafe and Jack Tree.

HSBC is also offering a host of deals at a wide range of popular hotels and resorts, namely, Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, Cinnamon Bay Beruwala, Chaaya Blu Trincomalee, Chaaya Village Habarana, Bandarawela Hotel, Cinnamon Citadel Kandy, Chaaya Wild Yala, Chaaya Tranz Hikkaduwa, Bentota Beach Hotel, Heritance Ahungalla, Uga Bay Passikudha, Jungle Beach Kuchaweli, Sail Sri Lanka, Ranna 212 Tangalle, Madu Ganga Villa Balapitiya, Ulahalla Resorts Anuradhapura, Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort Wadduwa, Camellia Resort and Spa Sigiriya, Green Paradise Ago Eco Hotel and Roman Lake Balapitiya. A further 25 percent saving on fresh meat, seafood, vegetables and fruits will be offered to customers visiting Keells Super and Super K outlets island wide from 4pm to 8pm with a spend over Rs. 4000.

Bella Vita, IMAN, Yamaha, 7 Stories/Ranjanas, Kamsins, Kids Unlimited, Vaishi and The Factory Outlet will partner the bank to offer an attractive 25 percent saving on shopping, whilst Abans, Don Carolis outlets, Singhagiri and Moolchands will facilitate a 20 percent saving on home electronics and furniture. In addition, HSBC's zero percent payment facility will be extended to purchases at all Abans and Abans Elite outlets for 6 and 12 months.

For more information customers could visit www.hsbc.lk


Spain's Telefonica hires ex-IMF head Rato

Spanish telecom giant Telefonica is hiring as an adviser the former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato, who appeared in court last month in a fraud case, the company said Friday.

Telefonica agreed to name Rato, 63, as a member of its advisory boards for Latin America and Europe, for his "experience and career path", it said in a statement. "He has no executive function and it is a job that does not require exclusivity," a Telefonica spokesman told AFP. "He will join in the coming days," the spokesman added, saying that Rato would earn a salary but declining to say how much. Rato served as Spain's economy minister between 1996 and 2004 and then as managing director of the International Monetary Fund until 2007.

AFP

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