Receives NANTS’ commendation
To further sustain efforts at deepening financial inclusion and offering stress-free innovative financial services to its growing customers’ base nationwide, TAJBank has opened three new branches in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital city.
According to the bank’s Chairman, Alhaji Tanko Isiaku Gwamna, the new branches were part of TAJbank’s mission to serve as a catalyst for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sustainable growth in the country.
Gwamna, who spoke while opening the technology-powered branches, told the impressive crowd that turned out to open new accounts that; “By launching these branches in locations that are particular to the ecosystem of the businessman and women, we are fulfilling our mission of making seamless banking solution accessible to all businesses.”
He said as Nigeria’s leading non-interest bank, all necessary measures are being taken to protect the interest of customers through improved business operations for profitability and their overall welfare.
“Let me assure all our old and potential customers that TAJBank will continue to serve your interest and support every step you take to improve your business operations for profitability and your socio-economic well-being through interest-free loans and unparalleled quality service delivery”, Gwamna said.
The Bank’s management assured that the three new branches located at Wuse Market, Garki Market, and Gudu Market will help in leveraging the non-interest lender’s strives towards catalysing MSMEs’ productivity and profitability despite the lingering impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy.
Also speaking at the event, National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTS) President, Barrister Ken Ukaoha, commended TAJBank’s board and management for bringing the much-cherished interest-free banking services to the market men and women especially at a time many other financial services providers are either closing their branch networks for flimsy excuses or depressing traders with high-interest rates.
According to him; “We are happy that TAJBank is supporting Nigerian traders and we will also reciprocate their goodwill by encouraging traders to do business with the bank so as to facilitate a win-win experience for the bank and traders nationwide.”
“Indeed, we would meet to strengthen the symbiotic relationship”, the NANTS’ chief assured the TAJBank management.
Since its debut as a non-interest bank in December 2019, TAJBank has continued to record impressive strides in the past year.
The Bank’s financial profile indicates that it recorded profit in the first-year operation and is presently expanding its branch networks, with plans to spread services to all the six geo-political zones soon.