Union Bank Unveils newly upgraded branches in Port Harcourt

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In line with its objective to provide simpler and smarter banking solutions to its existing and prospective customers, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc has launched two newly upgraded branches in Rivers State – the Garden City. The two newly transformed branches located at 30 Aba Road, Oreji and Port Harcourt Station Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, are fully equipped to deliver quick and efficient services to its customers in a  vibrant and conducive environment. “Our newly upgraded branches simply manifest the work we have put in the past three years to ensure that our customers are offered the simplest and smartest of banking
solutions. From our innovative products to our digital platforms – UnionOnline and UnionMobile, we are poised to meet our customers at the point of their banking needs” the bank’s Chief Executive Officer, Emeka Emuwa said. Delivering the pre-unveil message he said: “As we approach our centennial anniversary, we remain committed to doing even more and getting better so as to achieve our goal of delivering quick and efficient services to our customers.” Complimenting Union Bank on the availability of relevant banking channels, Miss Aniekan Billy, CEO Aniecolt Enterprises said, “I usually have high expectation from any financial institution I bank with, especially with regards to their digital platform and I must say Union  Bank’s online banking service is a game changer, the experience on their app is truly fantastic.” “Union Bank’s award winning identity is a result of the transformation objectives which ensures quality upgrades and improvements from our technology and banking platform to our people and processes. We have also provided innovative banking products – UnionKorrect and UnionGoal to help our customers achieve their savings objective” said Joe Mbulu, Transformation Director, Union Bank at the launch of the Station Road Branch. A statement from Red Media Africa said Union Bank also hosted Port Harcourt millennial to the sophomore edition of its leadership and networking series ‘Engage’, an avenue for professionals and entrepreneurs to share innovative solutions on how to better navigate Nigeria’s economy. With transformation of over 100 branches across Nigeria leading to a 20% reduction in transaction process time, Union Bank continues to reaffirm its commitment towards providing world class facilities that best suit its customers’ banking needs. Established in 1917 and listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 1971, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. is a household name and one of Nigeria’s long-standing and most respected financial institutions. The Bank is a trusted and recognizable brand, with an extensive network of over 300 branches across Nigeria.

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