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Nigeria: Wema Bank commits to fostering innovation as it marks 79

Wema Bank has reiterated its dedication to empowering individuals through innovation and surpassing customer expectations by delivering unique banking. During the announcement of a joint celebration marking Wema Bank’s 79th anniversary and ALAT’s seven-year milestone, the Managing Director/CEO, Mr. Moruf Oseni, affirmed the institution’s commitment.

This remarkable occasion not only honors nearly eight decades of outstanding service and innovation in Nigeria’s banking industry but also recognizes the seven-year journey of digital excellence with ALAT experiences tailored to their requirements.

Oseni highlighted the bank’s transformation journey, transitioning from Nigeria’s oldest indigenous bank to a trailblazer in innovation. Pioneering Africa’s first fully digital bank, ALAT, symbolizes a narrative of resilience and profound transformation.

“At 79, Wema Bank stand stronger than ever, and this achievement would not have been possible without the support of our customers and employees. We thank them for believing in the Wema vision, for entrusting their financial security to us, and for allowing us to contribute to their personal and professional aspirations. Their faith in us is deeply cherished, and we are honored to serve them.

“As we mark our 79th year today, we reaffirm our commitment to empowering lives through innovation, and exceeding our customers’ expectations with unparalleled banking experiences tailored to their needs. Our pledge is to stand by our customers through every stage of life, offering enabling platforms to accelerate their growth and propel them to extraordinary heights,” he said.

Since its inception in 1945, Wema Bank has been at the forefront of financial innovation, constantly adapting to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Over the decades, the bank has evolved from a regional bank to a national bank, adapting continuously to meet the dynamic needs of its customers and establishing itself as a pillar of trust and reliability for millions of individuals and businesses across Nigeria.

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