Stanbic IBTC Bank Begins Saturday Banking In Some Branches


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Stanbic IBTC Bank is now going to open up the doors of its banking hall even on Saturday in key cities across Nigeria.

In a statement, the bank listed the areas available now to include Ikeja Shopping Mall, Lagos; The Palms, Lekki, Lagos; and Grand Towers Abuja Mall, Federal Capital Territory, as well as the regular markets.

The Chief Executive Officer of Stanbic IBTC Bank, Mr. Yinka Sanni, said as Nigeria’s huge unbanked population steadily migrates to the formal banking system; the bank had been positioned to help everyone actualise their aspirations via the availability of branches and service points where top-of-the-class services and products can be easily accessed.

Noting that the Nigerian financial services industry is rapidly evolving, Sanni said it was imperative that the changing needs and goals of both existing and potential customers were constantly monitored to enable the provision of appropriate products and solutions.

“At Stanbic IBTC Bank, we are resolute about taking advantage of the growth opportunities in Nigeria. There can be no better substitute for proper on-the-ground presence in the country. Standard Bank Group, to which we belong, has been investing steadily in its African footprint for over two decades.

“Nigeria remains a key market for the group given our confidence in its massive growth potential,” Sanni said.

He added: “We will continue to avail Nigerians ease of access to Stanbic IBTC Bank’s suite of products and services. By making these products and services available on a non-traditional workday, we believe that many more people and businesses will derive significant benefits from this window.”

Similarly, Executive Director for Personal and Business Banking, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Mr. Obinnia Abajue, said the full range of the bank’s products and services were accessible on Saturdays, to complement other service channels such as ATMs, Internet banking and mobile banking, among others.

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