TAJBank Ltd, a number one non-interest hank, has continued its service and monetary inclusion drive with the opening of a brand new, technology-powered department in Wuse2, Abuja.
The opening of the brand new department brings the lender’sgrowing department community to 22 inside its first two years of operation.
Talking through the occasion, which was witnessed by scores of merchants and small enterprise house owners desperate to do enterprise with the non-interest monetary providers supplier, the Managing Director/CEO; Mr. Hamid Joda, stated the opening of the Wuse 2 department aligned with the administration’s technique of deepening monetary inclusion by taking banking services and products to tens of millions of unbanked and undeserved populace within the grassroots.
Joda defined: “The opening of the brand new department is to proceed with our technique of making certain that we take the TAJBank model to all of the nooks and crannies of the Nation with the intention ofaddressing the service wants of our teeming clients..
“We perceive that Prospects wish to do enterprise and generally somebody to present them that advisory service they yearn for which in flip will assist to deal with their monetary challenges”, he added.
In his remarks, the financial institution’s board Chairman, AlhajiTankoGwamma,burdened that one among TAJBank’sgoalswas to extend its visibility on the grassroots in demonstration of its dedication to constantly add socio-economic worth to odd Nigerians.
In line with him, Wuse2 zone is among the promising areas within the FCT the place companies arethrivingevery day and the thought of opening a department there“is to make sure that clients don’t endure of their banking transactions as TAJBank is not going to solely give them actual time service but additionally give them recommendation on the right way to develop their companies.”
It will be recalled that TAJBank not too long ago reported a 433% progress in PBT for the 2021 monetary 12 months and vital progress in gross income, steadiness sheet and different efficiency evaluation indicators.
The non-interest financial institution can be set to launch Nigeria’s first non-public sector Sukuk providing beneath a N100 billion programme.