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Signature Bank expands to Asaba to boost financial inclusion

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Signature Bank, a Nigerian financial institution, has launched a new branch in Asaba, the Delta state capital to broaden its reach, enhance financial inclusion, and catalyse economic growth in the city and other areas.

According to the company, the Asaba branch opening marks a significant milestone in Signature Bank’s commitment to serving the community with tailored financial solutions and unparalleled customer service.

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“In addition to the Bank’s goal, It will also provide a convenient and accessible hub for individuals, businesses, and organisations seeking trusted banking services which will facilitate economic development, empower local entrepreneurs, and strengthen the financial fabric of the community,” the company said.

Godwin Nosike, acting managing director of Signature Bank said the branch is part of their ongoing efforts to extend the services and support to the community.

He said the expansion underscores the dedication to fostering financial inclusion and empowering individuals and businesses to achieve their financial goals.

“At Signature Bank, we always strive to set ourselves apart by offering more than just banking services. We are committed to delivering an experience that is characterised by excellence, innovation, and personalised financial solutions.

Whether it’s through our range of banking products, digital solutions, or services; our goal remains the same – to exceed our customers’ expectations and empower them to achieve their financial goals,” he added.

Sheriff F.O. Oborevwori, executive governor of Delta State, gave the keynote address. The launch was attended by notable personalities, led by the executive governor of the state, community leaders, members of the Asaba business community, and members of the board and executive management of Signature Bank.