• Thursday, February 29, 2024
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Signature Bank expands to South-East with two new branches


Signature Bank Limited, a financial institution, has announced the launch of two new branches in Umuahia and Aba in Abia State.

This is in addition to other branch locations in Abuja and Port Harcourt.

According to a statement on Tuesday, the expansion marks a significant milestone as the bank continues to strategically grow its network to provide excellent banking services and foster economic growth in the region.

“Umuahia and Aba branches will enhance accessibility for both new and existing customers to enjoy a broader range of financial products and services tailored to the specific needs of each market. This includes business loans, personal banking services and other specialised financial solutions,” Ayona Trimnell, a spokesman for Signature Bank said in the statement.

“We are excited to formally announce the opening of Signature Bank Umuahia and Aba branches. This market entry underscores our commitment to serving our customers and providing them with convenient banking solutions where they live and work,” she added.

Founded in 2022, the bank is dedicated to providing personalised banking solutions to individuals, businesses, and communities with a focus on seamless digital solutions, excellence, innovation and customer satisfaction.

“Aba and Umuahia are vibrant economic hubs with thriving business communities. By establishing a presence in these cities, we plan to support these markets and connect with businesses and individuals seeking reliable and innovative financial solutions,” Trimnell said.

She noted that the branches in Aba and Umuahia offer modern and customer-friendly environments, embodying the bank’s dedication to providing innovative and customer-centric banking solutions.

“Comprehensive business banking services to personalised retail banking suites, the bank’s team is ready to assist in achieving financial goals. So, we invite the community to visit and experience the bank difference.”