Standard Chartered Opens New Branch

16 Nov 2012

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Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria has announced the establishment of a new branch in Apapa, Lagos. SCBN  noted that the branch was opened as a result of the  its  strong business growth in Nigeria and its strategic expansion drive in the country.

Lagos, the bank explained presents it with tremendous opportunities in Nigeria, noting that the strength of the Nigerian market has reflected in its business growth.
The branch was declared open by the bank’s Regional Head for Consumer Banking in the Middle East, Pakistan and Africa, Raheel Ahmed.

Ahmed said: “Lagos is an extremely important state in Nigeria. It has always played a pivotal role in the development of the country and whatever happens in Lagos usually gets replicated positively in other parts of the nation.

“The opening of this branch by SCBN is a positive development for Lagos State’s well established financial services sector and a testament to the importance of the Apapa axis within the state.”

On her part, Managing Director of the bank,  Mrs. Bola Adesola said: “We are quite pleased with the generous support we have received from the government and people of Nigeria since we commenced business here in 1999. This has been quite encouraging and we fully intend to keep up our side of the bargain by consistently delivering on our brand promise to our customers.”

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