Lagos — Renaissance Credit Nigeria said its opening of office on Broad Street in Lagos would further give opportunity to more Nigerians to access its unsecured loans of between N50,000 and N500,000 within 24 hours of application.
Renaissance Credit, the international consumer finance company commenced operations in Nigeria on October 17, 2012 and having received a license from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has within a year of operations recorded a number of milestones which include offering unsecured cash loans in 24 hours; receiving its state license in June 2013 and rolling out three fully operational shops barely three months after.
The company, according to a statement, said it remains committed to making consumer loans more accessible to the middle to low income class, offers unsecured loans between N50,000 and N500,000 in 24 hours and requires minimal documentation from customers to apply for loans.
"Renaissance Credit has also gone a step further to simplify this process by disbursing directly into the customer's preferred bank account".
As part of the activities leading up to its one year anniversary, Renaissance Credit, has opened a new shop on Broad Street, Lagos Island, to join its existing shops at Surulere and Opebi, in addition to its Awolowo Road, Ikoyi Branch office.
In addition to offering Simple Cash Loans, Renaissance Credit has also partnered with retail outlets across Lagos State which includes NCEAP, Airtel and Dealdey to offer Point of Sale loans to purchase household electronics, appliances and mobile phones.