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National Bank of Malawi would like to inform all its valued customers currently using the Retail and Corporate Banknet Online portals that from 1st July 2016 the two platforms will no longer be available for usage.

Moving forward all customers are encouraged to use the new Business Portal.

Please be advised that login credentials for this platform differ from credentials used on the two previous platforms.

For assistance on how to access the new Business Portal please visit your nearest NBM service centre and meet the Accounts Relationship Manager or simply download a Change Request Form from the NBM website, www.natbank.co.mw and submit the completed form to your nearest NBM service centre.

Click here to Download Guidelines for Basic Business Portal Transactions

NBM assists Ecama, IPMM Conferences

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IPMM Donation

National Bank of Malawi presented two cheques worth K500,000 each to Economics Association of Malawi (ECAMA) and the Institute of People Management Malawi (IPMM) respectively in support of their annual lakeshore conferences scheduled for Mangochi.

Teveta gives NBM good trainer Award

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Teveta Donation

NBM was earlier this year named a Golden Award winner in the Best Employers Awards organized by the Employers consultative Association of Malawi (Ecama). Teveta was a collaborating partner with Ecama in the training and human resource category.

Teveta's director of training programmes Wilson  Makulumiza-Nkhoma said an assessment conducted for Ecama by business advisory KPMG identified NBM as one of the best employers when it comes to training and human resource development.


NBM CHAM Scholarships

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“The launch of the scholarships is a further step in our relationship with the Govt. through the Ministry of Health, because every year among other deserving areas, the Bank sets aside some funds from its profits to assist different hospitals in the country either by procuring drugs (medicines) and equipment or refurbishment of infrastructure. This is so because we have put the health sector as the number one beneficiary in our Corporate Social Responsibility ( CSR) Policy.