Non-interest bank in Nigeria, Jaiz Bank Plc, has opened five additional branches to move its branch network from 34 to 39.
According to a statement from the Bank, the new branches are located in Funtua, Katsina State, Zaria, Kaduna State, Iwo Road and Saki both in Oyo State.There is also another one in Oshogbo, Osun State.
The bank further stated that opening branches in major cities across the country is aimed at bringing non-interest financial services closer to the people who are desirous of the model of Banking.
“We intend to open branches in all the geopolitical regions of the country to be able to provide our unique services to the people who have been craving for ethical and non-interest banking,” the bank said.
The statement said as part of its commitment to ensuring financial inclusion in the society, Jaiz Bank has commenced the deployment of new branch model that is especially dedicated to financial inclusion. Jaiz Bank has been part of the process of ensuring financial inclusion through agency banking and also the use of technology to reach the unbanked.
In areas where the Bank is not physically present yet, “our robust E-banking platforms are securely accessible.”
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