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Nigeria: Mainstreet Bank Promotes 150 Staff Members

Mainstreet Bank Limited has announced the promotion of 150 deserving members of staff.

A statement released by the financial institution at the weekend stated that the promotion exercise was carried out in line with the commitment made by the management following the recently-concluded appraisals.

The promotion exercise, which was the first by the bank since it commenced operations on August 5, 2011, was aimed at boosting the morale of its workforce and will complement the various initiatives that the bank has embarked on to ensure the continued delivery of exceptional customer service to customers.

Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mainstreet, Faith Tuedor-Matthews, said: "Our people are the key drivers of success, therefore as an organisation we will provide an enabling environment for staff to thrive and excel on a continuous basis. We will also continue to reward superior performance.

"This is yet another demonstration of our resolve to continually reward sterling performance and encourage us to achieve exceptional results; whilst providing staff with the opportunity to reach the peak of their careers."

According to her, the bank is committed to having a cohesive work force and has kept the communications line open for members of staff.

She added: "We are raising the quality of our service delivery to a level that will make every service experience with us memorable one to our existing and prospective customers."

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