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Tuesday, 26 January 2010 10:04

SGB provides a range of youth banking solutions that are tailored towards each specific age group...
From babies to toddlers, children to teenagers and finally into young adults. Children grow fast and their needs grow even faster!
To help get a head start in life, we offer a range accounts and services for every stage of youth, supporting their needs and providing a solid foundation for their future.
It’s never too early to start teaching your children about money

Childrens Account
Perhaps you want to teach your children how to save and keep track of their money from an early age.
Or perhaps you want to keep a separate account for their allowances or pocket money. Either way, the Children’s Account is a great option to get your child started on a path of success.
This savings account offers a cash gift, free education insurance cover, a personal account card.

Youth banking
It’s time for a little more of everything – a personalised ATM card giving you greater independence, easier saving options and even loans for laptops and tuition. Taking control means more freedom too – the fun part is the range of discounts and benefits we offer.

Student banking
As a university student, you’re well on your way to true independence. You need an account that looks after all your practical banking needs, but also offers real perks and benefits. Our student accounts offer this and more – plus an opportunity to be an interim at SGB and work with us after you graduate!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:02