Wema Bank Increases Branch Network
Wema Bank Plc, Nigeria’s longest surviving indigenous bank has increased its branch network with twonew additions. This is in a bid to takebusiness opportunities to the door steps of customers and achieve part of the planned growthfor the 2015 Financial Year.
This development is underpinned by its aggressive business expansion strategy, which will increase its market share and deepen market penetration.The new branches have the full bouquet of the bank's products which are tailor-made to meet the peculiar needs of its various customers, varying from corporate to retail products. Customers can also walk in to inquire about the bank’s electronic banking solutions.
The new branches are Opebi branch and Oniru branch located at Odyssey Plaza, Plot 4, T.F. Kuboye Road, Oniru, Lekki and 65a, Opebi Road, by Salvation Bus Stop, Ikeja, both in Lagos.
Wema Bank, now in its 70th year has continued to improve on its operations through innovative, customer-based products and superior world-class technologygeared at delivering a delightful customer experience.
About WEMA Bank Plc
Established in 1945, Wema Bank is Nigeria’s longest surviving indigenous bank. Wema Bank offers a range of Retail and SME Banking, Corporate Banking, Treasury, Trade Services and Financial Advisory to its numerous customers. In 2009, the Bank underwent a strategic repositioning exercise which culminated with the Bank’s decision to operate as a commercial Bank with regional authorisation in South-South Nigeria, South-West Nigeria, Lagos and Abuja in 2011. Wema Bank operates a network of over 125 branches and service stations backed by a robust ICT platform across Nigeria. More information can be found at http://www.wemabank.com