A Mwanza based businessman, Jonex Kinyonyi poses for photo with NMB officers after the launch of NMB Exclusive Network in Mwanza yesterday. Others in the photos are Head of Business Banking,
NMB Chief Risk Officer Mr
"We are aware that of late mining industry is fast growing in
He was responding to a question posed by one mining dealer
Apart from meeting with its corporate customers, the bank also took the opportunity to launch the new service 'NMB Executive Network' which targets to bring all large scale businesses under one roof.
Through the network, the bank plans to bring the businessmen closer to its services by issuing them special Indentification Cards that will enable them get quick services with the bank.
According to the NMB Head of Business Banking Mr Filbert Mponzi the new service has been launched in Mwanza due to the fact that the region and the entire
He said the bank has decided to give special services to customers with huge transactions as a way of winning more and that more other packages will also be offered to them.
However, the businessmen who attended the event challenged the bank to improve its services especially in upcountry branches where long queues are now order of the day.
They also asked for the bank to work on the issue of the "down system" regurally encountered in some branches mentioning Tarime and Bukoba as examples. But according to
NMB Manager for the Lake Zone Mr Straton Chilongola said efforts are going on for the improvement of the security systems at the bank that will involve all branches.
"We are currently working on the issue of security for both our bank and our customers and many changes on that area are soon coming," he said.
According to him, all large sums should be handled with extra care with businessmen being required to explain in details on their business particulars as part of the war on money laundering and cyber crimes.
He said there are specific sums of money that must be accompanied with detailed explanations before they are accepted in the bank as per the
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