The Managing Director of Eco-bank- Liberia says his institution would continue to improve its services to the people of Liberia . Mr. Kola Adeleke said Eco-bank- Liberia foremost priority is to ensure that the banking sector of Liberia compete with other sectors in Africa . He said as part of efforts to improve service delivery to its customers, Eco-bank- Liberia this year increase its ATM machine from 21 to 40. Mr. Adeleke spoke Wednesday when Eco-bank- Liberia presented the recent international award it received from the world leading business news and information magazine, "The Banker" to the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). He further said Eco-bank- Liberia has increased its presence to other parts of the country. The Eco-bank- Liberia Managing Director also said the bank would make it presence felt at various hotels, supermarkets among others. Mr. Adeleke said as a result of improved services being provided by the bank, its customers can now use their ATM cards to transact banking activities abroad. He also said customers can also use their blackberry phones to transact banking activities. Mr. Adeleke said the bank is committed to improving its services and expressed excitement for the recognition given the bank by an international body. He said "by this award we have put Liberia on the financial map of the world; we are very proud of this." He lauded the CBL for pushing it to achieve great things in Liberia . For her part, Madam Mildred Reeves who spoke on behalf of the Board of Governor of CBL commended Eco-bank- Liberia for the recognition. She admonished Eco-bank to continue doing its best in order to improve the banking sector of Liberia and asked the bank to share the secret behind its achievement with other banks so as to have a vibrant banking sector. Earlier, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Eco-bank- Liberia , Clavenda Bright-Parker praised the bank customers' for their support and commitment over the years and assured them of quality services.
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