TAJBank’s Managing Director, Mr. Hamid Joda, says the bank’s prowess as a highly regarded interest-free institution in Nigeria stems from its customer-centric values and innovation.
Joda said this in a statement on Monday in Abuja, in the context of TAJBank’s recognition of “Islamic Bank of the Year” at the BusinessDay Banks and Other Ficial Institutions (BAFI) awards.
According to him, for the second year in a row, the BAFI Awards judges rated the bank as the winner of the ‘Islamic Bank of the Year Award’ 2022 for the impressive performance of the bank during the year.
”TAJBank outperforms other nominees for the award after rigorous bank evaluation criteria, including official bank performance in the year under review, global ratings, investments in branch network expansion, digitization of payment systems , International Standards Organization (ISO) certifications and unwavering commitment. fidelity in baking principles, among others.”
It said that in a ‘pre-award shortlist notice at BAFI, the award organizers noted that the interest-free bank had performed impressively across all areas of the judging criteria, there nomination.
According to him, it is unequivocal proof that TAJBank, backed by resourceful and customer-friendly staff, is on the right track in its sustained drive to redefine interest-free banking in Nigeria.
“Especially, in terms of our innovation and delivery of customer-focused products and services.
“We are excited, that we have now won for the second consecutive year in less than three years of our operations.
“We want to assure regulators, our stakeholders and customers that we will not let up in our efforts to consistently deliver the best to our customers,” he said.
He congratulated the bank’s customers for their loyalty over the years.
“Let me say that this award is won because our customers, who are our ‘sole interest’, are doing everything they can to support the bank.
“We dedicate the award to them and to Almighty God who enables us to keep TAJBank growing on all fronts,” added Joda.
Source Credit: NAN
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