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Peace Microfinance Bank moves to upgrade infrastructure, personnel at 15yrs anniversary

Peace Microfinance Bank moves to upgrade infrastructure, personnel at 15yrs anniversary

Peace Microfinance Bank (Peace Mfb) says it has concluded plans to upgrade its infrastructure and infuse tech-savvy personnel for more efficient and effective services in commemoration of its 15 years of unparalleled service in Nigeria.

Judith Chinedu Onyishi, managing director of Peace Mfb speaking on the technological revolution approach adopted by the firm during the 15 year anniversary event held recently, disclosed that the bank’s success in the sector is rooted in her strong affiliations with notable business firms in Nigeria such as Peace Mass Transit (PMT), and Peace Logistics among others that ensures the bank’s fidelity with customers.

According to Onyishi, “The business synergy from these firms helps Peace Mfb a very dependable and reliable institution that ensures customers’ funds are safe at all times.”

In addition, she said: “With the recent upgrade of infrastructure and infusion of tech-savvy personnel, Peace Microfinance Bank is better positioned to handle a wider customer base while providing better service delivery.”

The managing director further explained that the aim for the scaling up of its digital infrastructure is to provide new and existing customers with more seamless and highly efficient banking experiences by bringing existing platforms such as the Peace Mfb app, ATM cards, POS terminals, and online banking to greater heights.

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“The digital upgrade is part of the bank’s commitment to continually improve its services and deliver sustainable financial solutions to Nigerian society,” she said.

Besides, she revealed that the bank has provided more than 7,000 active customers with credit facilities, savings and deposit services, investment opportunities, and other financial services at attractive interest rates having identified the unique financial needs of clients.

Onyishi,while encouraging people to access Peace Mfb’s products and services, such as payroll and SME loans, target savings, yakata contribution, travel assistance services, and many more, also noted the several special offers available at this period.

Peace Mfb, established in May 2008, has hit significant milestones in the microfinance sector since its operational commencement.

The bank started business at its corporate office located at 481 Utako District in Abuja but has grown its branches to 15 within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in 15 years.