13 August 2014

Nigeria: Enterprise Bank Expands Operations in Zamfara

Enterprise Bank Limited has expanded its sphere of operation with the opening of a new branch in Gusau, Zamfara State. With this development, those in Zamfara State and its environ would now enjoy seamless banking services via fully strengthened ATMs, point of sale (PoS) terminals, mobile and internet Banking services that are available at the new branch, a statement from the bank added.

Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the bank, Mallam Ahmed Kuru, said Enterprise Bank moved to the state to provide banking and financial solutions to the growing business and financial activities in the area.

Kuru added that Enterprise Bank was also appreciative of the huge investment of the state government to create an enabling environment for investors to thrive; a development he said has continued to be attractive to businesses.

Kuru called on the government and people of Zamfara State to lend their support to ensure that the institution to attract investments to the state. Kuru said opening the new branch would provide the bank another opportunity to demonstrate its readiness to partner with the people, government and organisations in Zamfara State and beyond, especially considering the strategic position of Zamfara in the area of commerce.

According to him, Enterprise Bank over the years has successfully built relationships in different states, a trend the bank will continue to explore in Zamfara, adding that the bank would be willing to partner with the government in areas that would be mutually beneficial.


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