In a reaction to the recent announcement by the Central Bank Nigeria (CBN) that beneficiaries of remittances can now receive their transfers in Dollars or opt to have funds paid directly into their domiciliary accounts, Ecobank Nigeria has assured its customers that it will put the necessary processes in place to make this happen seamlessly.
The Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Patrick Akinwuntan has said the bank was stepping up awareness campaign and advocacy on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), particularly, the dreaded Diabetes, saying reports from credible organisations had shown that the diseases are spreading rapidly across Africa but regrettably most people are ignorant that they have them.
The management of Ecobank Nigeria has made a firm commitment to partner and collaborate with Ogun state government in the various sectors of the economy.
Ecobank Nigeria has announced the hosting of a virtual webinar for her customers, and other Nigerians in the cadre of employee or salary earners on how to strategically position for the year 2021 amidst the backdrop of the current global economic challenges.
Ecobank Nigeria has once again proved itself to be a clear industry leader in the digital banking space amongst the commercial banks in the country as it emerged as the bank with “Best Digital Touchpoints” in Nigeria at the virtual Digital Jurists (formerly Web Jurist) 2020 awards, held during a breakfast session of the Nigeria – South Africa Chamber of Commerce Webinar last week in Lagos.
Ecobank Nigeria has been named the Best Retail Bank in Nigeria by Asian Banker. This was announced at its Middle East and Africa Regional 2020 Awards virtual ceremony on Thursday.
Ecobank Advocates More Collaboration Between Fintech, Banks, And Telcos to Spur Economic Growth In Nigeria
The Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Patrick Akinwuntan says more collaboration is needed between Fintech, banks,and telecommunications companies to spur markets in health, agriculture, education, transportation, fashion and creative industry, commodities, and capital markets.
Ecobank Nigeria has announced that it is providing financial services and remittance solutions designed to support and enhance the lifestyles of Nigerians in the diaspora, ensuring their sustainable growth.
Ecobank Nigeria has rewarded its Agency Banking partners, also known as Xpress Point Agents across the six geo-political zones of the country with mouthwatering gifts for their performances from January to September 2020.
Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Patrick Akinwuntan has assured that the bank will continue to reward customers’ loyalty by meeting and surpassing their expectations through seamless and world class products and services.