Signature Bank, which commenced operations in Nigeria recently, is opening two branches in the eastern part of the country.
The bank stated that the Umuahia and Aba branches will improve accessibility to both new and current clients According to the bank, the development signifies a big step as it looks to grow its network further.
Signature Bank has launched two new branches in the country. The new divisions are located in Umuahia and Aba, both in Abia state.
The 14 month old bank said its unique services are expected to deepen Nigeria’s financial inclusion, tageting over 40 million unbanked and underbanked citizens.
Expansion drive is significant The bank said that the development represented a critical turning point in its efforts to broaden its network in the area.
The bank’s spokesman, Ayona Trimnell, stated that the Umuahia and Aba branches will improve accessibility so that new and current clients may take advantage of a wider range of financial products and services catered to each region’s unique requirements
She said: “We are excited to formally announce the opening of Signature Bank Umuahia and Aba branches.
This market entry underscores our commitment to serving our customers and providing them with convenient banking solutions where they live and work. “Aba and Umuahia are vibrant economic hubs with thriving business communities.
By establishing a presence in these cities, we plan to support these markets and connect with businesses and individuals seeking reliable and innovative financial solutions.”