Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution BMI Bank’s successful Ayadi Savings Scheme recently concluded its second monthly draw of 2013 giving away a shared prize pool of US$ 80,000 to 54 lucky winners. This month, Sayed Abdulla Alawi and Fatima Sahwan were the top two winners of US$ 10,000 cash prize each in the Ayadi ‘value-added returns’ savings scheme. Additionally, Reem AlBastaki and Shaima Meer were declared “Ayadi for Students” winners and were awarded a cash prize of US$ 5,000 each while 50 additional winners also got lucky with cash prize of US$ 1,000 each.
Sayed Abdulla Alawi, one of the top prize winners of US$ 10,000, an ex-employee of the Ministry of Finance where he served for over 20 years.
“I feel extremely blessed to have won this unexpected prize money with Ayadi – I now firmly believe the savings scheme is for ‘real’ and you actually win big with your investment. I am planning to re-invest my prize money in Ayadi and will urge my friends to invest as well so they too, can greatly benefit with Ayadi as I have.”
“Through Ayadi, we aim to encourage all our customers and now even students to become more financially responsible while giving them an incentive to win ‘life-changing’ prizes through their own invested savings. We hope to empower more and more customers over the course of this year through our enhanced prize pool of US$ 1.8 million and our grand prize of 4 Diyar Homes Villas,” Mazen Sater, Assistant General Manager and Head of Retail Banking, BMI Bank said.
BMI Bank offers its customers a refreshed scheme with a bigger prize pool of US$ 1.8 million in 2013. Customers of the Ayadi Saving Scheme now have a chance to win more unique and exciting prizes with 4 Grand prizes in addition to 416 monthly, 30 winners during Ramadan and 24 special cash prizes of USD 5,000 each introduced to benefit students, to be given out throughout the year.
To be eligible for the prize draw, customers can open an Ayadi Savings Account at any BMI Bank branch in Bahrain with a minimum deposit of BD 50. The Ayadi Savings scheme draws are conducted in presence of representative from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MOIC) along with the internal and external auditors and in accordance with Bahrain Banking and Chamber of Commerce laws.