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To be the most successful financial institution in Malawi with international visible presence.

Mission Statement

To provide the best financial services in Malawi and internationally, distinguished by outstanding service, product innovation and sustained earning.

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NBM brings a product for Lady Entrepreneurs

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NBM brings A Products for Lady EntrepreneursNational bank of Malawi plc, launched a product targeting women entrepreneurs, offering them a window to access loans up to K5 million without collateral.

NBM chief executive officer, Macfussy Kawawa, said the window has been created following requests from clients most of whom said were failing to access funds due to lack of collateral.

‘’We know that women have capabilities to do business but perhaps, sometimes they ae underated and we thought we should give them a special attention to serve them better. We have created a web portal through which customers will be sharing information, business ideas and so on.’’ Kawawa said.

National Bank in K7.4 M Sponsorship of Poly Students

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NATIONAL BANK IN K7.4M SPONSORSHIP OF POLY STUDENTS

National Bank of Malawi NBM plc gave K7.4m to 20 needy students from the Polytechnic a constituent college of the University of Malawi to cover for their tuition fees.

This follows the appeal by the Alumni Association to the Malawi Stock Exchange listed bank to help 105 students at the polytechnic in need of help.

NBM Head of Human Resources Charles Dulira said the bank wants to ensure that the students fulfil their ambitions in life.

NBM Pledges Continued Education Support

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NBM PLEDGES CONTINUED EDUCATION SUPPORT

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc says it will continue supporting education because it believes in investing in the sector.

The Bank’s Chief Executive Officer Mcfussy Kawawa said this after handling 152 desks and chairs worth K6 million to Nkhotakota Secondary School.

The donation was made in response to a plea by the bank’s retired employee who is also an alumnus of the school.

Kawawa said being a Malawian financial Institution, National Bank felt obliged to make the donation to ensure that the youth attain education in a conducive environment.

NBM Challenges Women Entrepreneurs on Growth

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NBM Challenges Women Entrepreneurs on Growth

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has urged women entrepreneurs to pay attention to detail and be systematic in their quest to remain competitive and grow their businesses on the market.

NBM head of personal and business banking division Oswin Kasunda made the call on Friday at a training that the bank organized for women entrepreneurs.

This is one of the events that the bank has been holding to empower women in business.

National Bank of Malawi plc reaches out to Flood Victims

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DonationFollowing heavy rainfall and storm in March which caused heavy flooding and other forms of damage, mostly affecting the southern region of the country, the government on 8th March formally declared Malawi to be in a state of national disaster and sent out an appeal for relief items. The devastating heavy rains and floods displaced many households and reportedly killed more than 56 people.

In response to the appeal National Bank of Malawi plc on Tuesday, 16th April donated assorted relief items, food and non-food items, valued at K20.0 million to the victims through the Minister of Homeland Security, Hon Nicholas Dausi.

The Bank’s donation will go towards the affected people in Dedza, Mangochi and Mwanza.

MCA Lilongwe, ZIMA Win Mo626 Basketball

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Mo626 Basketball WinnersThe catchphrase for the Mo626 College Basketball final games was ‘the madness continues’ and oh yes it did for invincible Malawi College of Accountancy (MCA)-Lilongwe Campus men’s side which retained the honours in spectacular fashion on Saturday.

New kids on the block Zomba Institute of Management and Accountancy (Zima) did it in ladies category during contests that charmed the turnout at Chancellor College’s Chirunga court in Zomba.

MCA Lilongwe Campus beat hosts Chanco Hawks 53-46 while Zima saw-off Malawi Assemblies of God University (Magu) 62-56. In third-place matches, Poly Wildcats edged Magu 61-60 in men’s section while Poly Ladies beat Bunda 46-42.

The scenes after the final whistle of the men’s final were a wonder to behold as MCA turned the arena into a theatre of celebrations as the hosts trooped off in disappointment.

National Bank Improves Service Delivery at Bwaila Hospital

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Bwaila DonationNational Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc on Wednesday donated a K13 million surgical theatre to Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe to help the facility improve health services delivery.

The donation comprised an adjustable theatre bed, a theatre lamp, anesthetic machine, theatre monitoring machines and refurbishment of the theatre room to make it suit the modern equipment.

The bank’s chief executive officer McFussy Kawawa said the donation is a result of the bank’s consultation with the hospital to support critical area of need.

He said: “As National Bank, we were looking at the kind of support that would benefit to make a difference to patients and service providers at the facility. We are happy to be able to provide this kind of help.”