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Rawat, Ntaba win National Bank Golf

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Rajiv Rawat and Deborah Ntaba on 19th August won the National Bank of Malawi (NBM) Golf tournament in men’s and women’s categories respectively at Mulanje Golf Club.

Played on stable ford format, the over-subscribed tournament attracted a field of over 70 golfers who came as far as Lilongwe.

Playing 14 handicap (h/c) Rawat registered 40 points. iIncredibly, the other three came after the Thyolo based golfer tied on 39 points

NBM flies promo winners to Sun City

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Chibwana (centre) posing with the winners before leaving for Sun CityNational Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc Saturday flew two winners in the Fiesta Save promotion to Sun City, South Africa for a fully paid one week holiday.

The two, Felix Maulidi and Malawi’s Ambassador to Kuwait Wilfred Ali left with their spouses through Chileka Airport in Blantyre aboard a Malawian Airways flight.

Speaking after seeing off the winners, NBM Products Promotion Executive Muti Chibwana said the trip signifies the bank’s passion of nurturing a business relationship with its customers.

Tobacco farmers prefer NBM on proceeds

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NBM plc Corporate Affairs Manager Annie Magola

A recent report by the Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) has revealed that most tobacco farmers in the country prefer National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc to handle their proceeds from tobacco sales than any other bank.

In its recent statistics report for June 2018, TCC says NBM plc scored 27% followed by another commercial bank at 16% of the most preferred bank by the farmers to handle their proceeds.

NBM plc Corporate Affairs Manager Annie Magola was elated with the development and attributed this to many factors including the ‘Mlimi account’.

NBM at Malawi Investment Forum

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Chatsala right explains to clients on the NBM stand at MIF

The just ended Malawi Investment Forum (MIF) has been touted as very successful after deals worth a staggering US$3 billion were signed. This will surely spur significant economic growth in the country.

All this money will have to go through the country’s banking system, and the investors will therefore need reliable banking partners to handle this kind of investment.

That is why National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc was in attendance at this year’s MIF which was held in Lilongwe from June 11 and 12, 2018.

The Sad tale of fire at Namikasi Secondary School ….as National Bank comes to the rescue

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Jiya (left) presenting some educational materials to Namikasi Secondary School girls together with NBM Head of Card and eBanking William Kaunda (second right)The day started like any other normal learning day at Namikasi Secondary School which lies along the M1 Road between Lirangwe and Mdeka in Blantyre.

This was the morning of 25th April, 2018. Teachers were busy imparting knowledge to eager and attentive girl students little did they knew that they would lose all their personal belongings including school material in a fire at their dormitory.

“The fire broke out between 8.40am and 9.30am and by this time we were all busy in class, save for three girls who were sick and were at the dormitory,” recalls Samson Kasungu, Headmaster at Namikasi Secondary School.

NBM disburse K7.8 million scholarships to Poly students

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NBM officials pose with the students and Polytechnic staff and alumni

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc on Friday disbursed K7.8 million worth of scholarships to 20 students who are struggling to raise school fees at the Polytechnic, a constituent college of the University of Malawi.

NBM plc made the pledge last year to pay school fees for the 20 students until they finish their courses after four years of study. The whole package is worth K1.6 million per student which translates to K32 million over the four year period.

Speaking when the bank disbursed fees for the second year students in Blantyre, NBM Head of Risk Charles Ulaya urged the students to work hard in class to make the bank proud of its investment.

NBM, TNM enhance Financial Inclusion

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NBM TNM financial inclusion

National Bank of Malawi plc (NBM )and TNM plc have taken financial inclusion to another level by linking their mobile money platforms to enable customers send and receive money from the two platforms.

This means that customers of the two stock exchange listed firms can enjoy seamless transactions whenever they want to withdraw or send money from their TNM Mpamba to an NBM account

They can also cash out money sent to their Mpamba wallet from any NBM account over the counter or using the banks mobile platform Mo626ice anywhere in the country.

NBM awards best students at Luanar

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Kawawa (standing) poses with the best studentsNational Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc last week awarded and recognized four students at the Lilongwe University of Agricultures and Natural Resources (Luanar) Bunda campus for exceptional performance.

The bank awarded the students with cash amounts of K362,500 each and pledged to buy computers worth K4.5 million to help the students in their studies.

The students include Lonjezo Folias currently pursuing a Bachelor of Sciences in Agricultural and Applied Economics, Leonard Kumwenda who is studying for Bachelor of Science in Irrigation Engineering, Kingdom Simfukwe pursuing Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science and Romeo Fabiano doing a Bachelor of Science in Gender and Development.