TAJBank Opens National Assembly Branch

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TAJBank, Nigeria's second Non - Interest financial institution launched its 3rd office in less than 2 months of operations at the National Assembly in Abuja recently. 

 

The formal launch which held in the TAJBank office at the National Assembly Complex had in attendance, Special Guest of Honour, The Clerk of the National Assembly, Mohammed Ataba Sani Omolori , the Founder/ COO TAJBank, Mr Hamid Joda, Co-Founder/CMO TAJBank, Mr Sherif Idi, Managing Director, TAJBank Mr Norfadelizan Abdul Rahman, distinguished guests and senior executives of the Bank.

 

In his brief remarks, The Clerk, National Assembly, Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori commended the Bank for its innovative drive and urged the institution not to relent as it seeks to further drive the growth and development of its sector.  

 

Founder and Chief Operations Officer TAJBank, Mr Hamid Joda noted that "It is indicative that in this short period of business operations we have received such a massive amount of support and encouragement from various bodies and individuals within and outside the country. It is this support and encouragement that drives us as a young financial institution operating in a unique niche as we rapidly expand our frontiers and deliver on our mission to continually provide the very best of products and services to our customers."

 

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Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer TAJBank, Mr Sherif Idi, acknowledged that the Nigeria financial industry while still challenging, also presented a myriad of exciting opportunities. "We're bullishly taking charge of such identified opportunities to 'thrive and drive' which is one of our internal maxims. In our dynamic business environment, creating products and services that fully resonate with our customers while addressing their needs is a priority. We are pleased with the satisfaction rate and the valuable feedback we have received so far on our brand and its numerous product offerings."

 

TAJBank's office at the National Assembly Complex will provide dedicated and seamless services to its teeming customers.

 

TAJBank offers an array of products and service offerings which are widely available to customers. Some of these products include: Partnership (Mudarabah) Term Deposit, Lease (Ijarah) Finance, Partnership (Mudarabah) Savings/Current Accounts, Qard Savings and much more.

 

About TAJBank

TAJBank is Nigeria's 2nd Non-Interest Financial Institution.  The Bank received its license from the Central Bank of Nigeria on July 12th 2019. The Bank offers an exciting array of products and services that span Private Banking, Retail Banking, Business Banking, Development Finance and the Public Sector.  TAJBank has its head office in Abuja and branches at the National Assembly Complex and Kano State. The Bank has major plans to expand across the country.

 

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