Wema Bank of Nigeria, on Thursday, held a forum with customers from Abuja and across the North on the activities of the bank and plans for the next few years.
The bank said the forum became necessary to improve its customer relations, intimate customers with future plans and also correct the impression that the organisation operates only in the South West of the country.
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Ademola Adebise, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the bank, told those present that the bank is today one of the digitally dominant financial institutions in the country, adding that apart from the physical branches, the institution is also doing a lot to make sure that customers get top notch services at their fingertip.
Ademola said with ALAT, one of the flagship services of the bank, you can stay in your office or even in your bedroom and transact your business, even where there are no physical branches.
He noted that even though the bank had faced some challenges like other business entities in the past, Tunde Mabawonku, the Chief Financial Officer, pointed out that, in the last few years, the bank had debunked the notion that it was only a South West Bank by opening many branches in Abuja and other places.
The forum had in attendance customers of the bank from across the North, mainly Kano, Minna, Kaduna Nasarawa and Lokoja among others.