It won the awards at the 2023 Development Bank of Nigeria Annual Service Ambassador Awards ceremony.
Eric Odhiambo said the bank’s digital platforms facilitate seamless payments and collections across 35 countries where the Pan African has operation on the continent.
Ecobank Nigeria has advised its customers and stakeholders to stay safe online and boost their cybersecurity initiatives against the rising activities of cyber criminals.
Ecobank Nigeria has felicitated its customers in commemoration of this year’s Customer Service Week (CSW). The Customer Service Week is an international celebration of the importance of customer service and of the people who serve and support customers daily. It is celebrated annually during the first full week of October. This year’s celebration with the theme ‘Team Service’ holds from October 2nd to 6th.
The bank raised the alarm in a message on Sunday to customers via email, which was seen by The Eagle Online.
Ecobank Nigeria has opened a creative studio for the promotion of talents and creativity across the African continent. Known as EPAC Studios, it is a carefully crafted space for telling authentic African stories in art, culture, lifestyle, and entertainment. The studio is hosted on the Ecobank Pan-African Centre (“EPAC”), an edifice situated along Ozumba Mbadiwe Road in Victoria Island, Lagos. The Pan African Centre with a scintillating ambience enhances productivity and service delivery; it houses smart offices, a restaurant, a multipurpose conference hall, gym, creche, a parking lot that can accommodate 130 vehicles at a time, experience and game centre and a rooftop terrace, among others.
Ecobank Nigeria is offering special loan packages for parents and guardians to enable them pay school fees for their children and wards ahead of resumption for the 2023/2024 school year. In another master stroke, the bank is making special infrastructure loans available to educational institutions. This, according to the bank, will equip them adequately for the new session. The bank also said it has optimised its digital platforms to make them convenient for school fees and other education-related payments.
The CEO of Ecobank Group, Jeremy Awori, has attributed the group’s profitability in the second quarter of 2023 to its strategic roadmap which demonstrated the benefits of its diversified business model, resilient balance sheet and commitment to serving its customers.
It will be recalled that the leading bank in Africa, with branches in several countries, also won the award in 2022.
Ecobank has called on Small and medium Enterprises (SMEs) as well as large businesses in the country to its Single Market Trade Hub launched recently.
Ecobank Nigeria Limited says it will appeal a judgement by the Federal High Court in Lagos, presided over by Hon. Justice Liman, which delivered a judgment in favour of Honeywell Flour against the bank and ordered it to pay the sum of N72 billion
This development was announced in a statement issued by BrandComms, a media relations agency, on Thursday.
The President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has urged African countries to dismantle all barriers hindering free trade among them to achieve sustainable growth and development across the continent.
President, LCCI, Dr. Oladele Cole, said breaking barriers to export finance is critical to stakeholders in the export and import business.
The News Agency of Nigeria correspondent who monitored some banks in the Territory, reports that huge crowds of customers were seen at banks’ Automated Teller Machines (ATM) galleries.
Transnational Incorporated (ETI), has said its workplace is free of bias
Ecobank Ellevate is a proprietary service offering designed for businesses owned by women, managed by women and those with a high percentage of female board members or employees, as well as companies manufacturing products for women.
The appointment, the bank said in a statement it issued on Friday, has since been approved by the Central Bank of Nigeria
The hybrid event will have in attendance a diverse audience of top fintech professionals and bank executives across Africa as well as investors, innovators, policymakers, and regulators. Interested persons can sign up for virtual attendance using this link: https://bit.ly/ecobffsnov4. Physical attendance is however strictly by invitation.
Lawal, who was represented by the Executive Director/Chief Risk Officer, Biyi Olagbami observed that Nigeria has an assemblage of articulate and creative minds who have demonstrated love for the profession and are telling the African story in many ways through their lenses, and that as a Pan African bank, part of Ecobank’s vision is to serve as a platform for harnessing and powering the creativity of the African continent.