Byblos Bank has signed a cooperation agreement with the Order of Physiotherapists in Lebanon (OPTL) to introduce a new MasterCard Titanium Credit Card.

The new co-branded card allows OPTL members to benefit from privileges, including access to select airport VIP lounges in the Middle East and automatic enrolment in Byblos Bank Akram Program, a card loyalty program.

Apart from competitive interest rates, the credit card issued in Lebanese pounds is free for life. Cardholders will also support OPTL each time they use their card for purchases.

As part of Akram Program, cardholders will earn one Point/Mile for every dollar they spend, and can redeem the accumulated Points/Miles for travel tickets to the destinations of their choice even during high seasons.

Gilbert Zouein, assistant general manager and head of group products, segments, and marketing at Byblos Bank Group, said: "At Byblos Bank, we believe Lebanon cannot prosper without a true partnership between the different sectors, institutions and individuals.

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"This affinity card confirms our trust in the partnership culture and our commitment to build long-term relationships with different Lebanese orders and syndicates, their role being crucial in the economic and social development of the country."