FCMB Promises Improved Retail Banking

FCMB bank Retail BankingThe First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has promised to build on the success of its retail banking initiative to serve its customers better.

The Executive Director of Finance, FCMB, Mrs Yemisi Edun, made the statement at the official opening of the bank’s branch in Asokoro district of Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

She said that the bank would work assiduously through its four core values, to bring its services to an enviable height.

Mrs Edun disclosed that the idea was driven by the bank’s desire to further enhance its retail banking scheme, expressing optimism that their customers’ needs would be met.

Another senior official of the bank, Mr Akinwunmi Kolapo, said that FCMB had provided several banking platforms for easy banking to its numerous customers.

He explained that banking channels would help fast-track business transactions and appealed to the bank’s customers to use it judiciously.

One of the bank’s customers, Olusola Alabi, expressed delight at the establishment of a new branch closer to them.

First Bank Takes SME Engagement Programme Across Nigeria

first Bank OwolabiFirst Bank is passionate about helping people’s business grow on all fronts. Beyond financial support, First Bank offers strategic advisory services, business seminars periodic updates as well as information that will guide you in growing your business.

Their scope for SME services cover small/medium scale manufacturing firms, merchants (suppliers, distributors etc.), professional firms (law, consulting, audit etc.), agricultural, Churches, Mosques, NGO’s whose annual debit turnover is between N5M and N500M.

Group Head, Retail Banking, Lagos Island First Bank, Mr. Tunde Owolabi was a guest on Sunrise to discuss the bank’s SME Engagement Programme which was launched last November with a successful SME Connect National Conference from all accounts.