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Enterprise Bank calms customers over new owner

A recent statement from the Corporate Communications Department of the bank said customers of the bank would continue to enjoy excellent service delivery, irrespective of…

A recent statement from the Corporate Communications Department of the bank said customers of the bank would continue to enjoy excellent service delivery, irrespective of the imminent change of ownership, following the full payment of the bid amount of N56billion by Heritage Bank Limited.
The statement read in part: “The transparency and successful sale of the bank by AMCON should serve as a guarantee to our esteemed customers that the combination of the two banks is a step in the right direction that will ensure increased potentials for further value addition to all stakeholders.
“Undoubtedly, the synergies of combining Heritage Bank’s aggressive market focus and technology orientation with Enterprise Bank’s legacy and branch networks would produce a highly customer-centric institution.
“All structures, it continued, have already been put in place to engender a seamless transition to a new financial institution that will distinguish itself as a bank of preference in the industry. The bank encouraged everyone, including customers of the two combining entities, to fully embrace the emerging bank.” It will be recalled that Enterprise Bank Limited came into being August 5, 2011 following the intervention of National Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) in Spring Bank Plc and the subsequent takeover by AMCON, who appointed the outgoing Board of Directors and management team with the charge to reposition the bank and make it attractive for investors.

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