Union Bank Plc has showcased its new brand identity in two of its newly upgraded branches in Plateau State.

The branches are those at Pankshin/ Shendam Road, Langtang and 48 Muritala Mohammed Way, Jos, Plateau State. This is in continuation of its efforts to make banking “simpler and smarter” for its teeming customers.

Speaking at both events in Langtang and Jos, the Executive Director, Public Sector, Union Bank, Ibrahim Kwargana said the unveiling was to further consolidate the bank’s position as one of the best corporate and retail banking financial institution in the country, with simpler and smarter packages that will afford our customers quality, reliable, secured and effective services.

He said: “What we are doing is in furtherance of our transformation journey that started three years ago with restructuring and upgrading of Union bank branch networks.”
He noted that the expansion represents Union Bank’s strategic objective to maintain significant market share, expand its pan-Nigeria footprint and diversify earnings while delivering value to customers and stakeholders.

“We want to assure our customers that we are innovative bank and to date, we have refurbished over 70 branches across the country and a lot has also gone into the innovative products that we are currently offering,” he said.
The bank’s Transformation Director, Joe Mbulu called on customers to partner the bank in utilising the transformed platform, saying that customers can now do bank transactions from the comfort of their homes, using online and mobile banking platforms.

He maintained that the essence of the restructuring and upgrading is to “ensure that we are in the right locations and serving the right customers in a functional and professional setting.
The Ponzhi Zinni of Langtang, Nimnam Langnim; Chief Judge of Plateau State, Justice Pius Damlak; former Plateau State Deputy Governor, Ignatius Longjan and others attested to the quality of services in the transformed Union Bank.


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