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‘Customers laud TajBank’s services, award’

She added:  “I am very optimistic that this award is the first of many more.”..

Customers of TAJBank Limited have linked its services and innovations to the recent award the bank got as Nigeria’s most innovative non-interest bank, by the Leadership Media Group.

In a statement from the bank, Leadership Media Group stated that the bank emerged the winner of the ‘Banker of The Year Award 2020’ award for its trail-blazing services, innovative products and remarkable growth recorded across key performance indicators last year.

Commenting on this, the Regional Business Development Manager, Sigma Alliance Limited, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Abel, recalled her satisfactory banking experiences in the bank, describing its financial services as exceptional.

She added:  “I am very optimistic that this award is the first of many more.”

Mallam Sulaimon Usman, a customer also said: “The bank’s customer service is very superb. I think I will congratulate the bank for the recognition and I hope they will consolidate on that feat.”

Executive Director, Leaders Corporate Services, Mrs. Stella Collins, said the award is a “confirmation of TAJBank as the champion of the new normal in non-interest banking in Nigeria and unparalleled commitment to customer-friendly financial services.”

Another customer, Mrs. Roseline Abari, was excited about school fees payment and other interest-free services.

“To my greatest surprise when I came to TAJBank, it took me just two working days to get done what I couldn’t do in my former bank at a huge cost in six weeks and I was so amazed.”

A financial expert, Mallam Shehu Abdulkadir, said: “In just over one year of operations, the bank has become a reference point in innovative products and services delivery and prudential management of its investors’ funds such that last year, it reported the highest ever Earning Per Share (EPS) in Nigeria’s banking industry.”

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