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NBM CEO hails Mulanje centre for excellent audit

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Kawawa poses with Mulanje Service Centre staff members with their giftsKawawa poses with Mulanje Service Centre staff members with their gifts

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc Chief Executive Officer Macfussy Kawawa Thursday evening paid a surprise visit to Mulanje Service Centre where he awarded all staff members with various gifts for an excellent internal audit score.

Kawawa said he was impressed with the audit score of 82% in 2019 from 59% the previous year.

“This is to convey my personal congratulations on your outstanding performance in the 2019 Audit results. Your achievement is exceptional and deserves special recognition and of course, celebration as no Service Centre has attained ‘Excellent’ score in many years.”

NBM Introduces Cardless Withdrawal Service

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Cardless Banking

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has introduced a Cardless Withdrawal service to enable customers and non-customers withdraw money at any of the banks Automated Teller Machines (ATM) without a card.

 Speaking to journalists in Blantyre on Thursday, the bank’s head of e-Banking William Kaunda said the development is in line with listed banks vision to enhance its customers experience through provision of innovative products and services.

He said; “The Cardless Withdrawal service brings in convenience to the customer in an event where the customer has forgotten or lost their card but needs to cash out money from the ATM. This service thus comes in handy to assist that customer.

PCL, NBM plc Donate Towards COVID-19 Fight

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Conglomerate Press corporation limited and its subsidiary national bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has donated assorted items worth K35 million to Blantyre District head office DHO and College of Medicine (COM) to help in the fight against the novel corona virus (Covid-19) Pandemic

The items include hospital beds with hydraulic adjustable backrest, height and mattresses, Vital signs monitor (blood pressure, pulse and temperature meter), personal protective equipment including gloves, aprons and hand sanitisers.

Piksy, NBM plc Bring Smiles to the Bank

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Urban music artist Piksy on Friday afternoon made a surprise appearance and delivered a catchy performance at the National Bank of Malawi plc’s twin towers head office in Blantyre.

The performance was part of the listed bank’s Unlock Your Potential campaign, which is a response to the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The initiative aims at harnessing the positives and opportunities people can attain during this time.

Elegantly dressed to suit the corporate atmosphere offered by the immaculate banking hall, Piksy started his performance with his 2018 hit Umakwana which immediately transformed the mood of NBM staff and customers who were present in the Henderson Street Service centre.

NBM Plc Urges Customers to Unlock Their Potential

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Hiwa: Please stay home and work on unlocking this potential to open up greatness

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has launched ‘unlock your potential’ campaign where the bank engages various professionals to offer advice and counsel to customers and the general public in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

NBM plc Marketing and Corporate Affairs Manager Akossa Hiwa said in an interview yesterday that with the general public being urged to stay home and with business slowing down, the Bank felt it would be the best to encourage an investment in personal and professional growth.

NBM posts K17 billion profit

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Mc Fussy Kawawa

Listed National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has registered a group profit after tax of K17.16 billion from K15.97 billion reported in 2018 representing an increase of 7%.

In a statement announcing the financial results ending 31 December 2019 signed by NBM plc Board Chairman George Partridge, Board Director Dorothy Ngwira, NBM plc Chief Executive Officer Macfussy Kawawa and Chief Finance officer Masauko Katsala, NBM plc said Non-interest income grew by 10% while Net interest and investment income grew by 12%.

COVID-19 Update

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Our valued customer,

On the 11th of March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified COVID-19 as a pandemic and called on every sector and every individual to be involved in the fight against the novel corona virus. 

We would like you to know that at the core of our business are the clients that have built the Bank, the employees that make NBM Plc, the stakeholders that hold it together and the broader communities that the Bank serves. Therefore, ensuring your safety and security is of paramount importance and cannot be overemphasized. 

NBM Training College gets MBS award

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MBS NBM AwardNational Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc Learning and Growth Centre popularly known as NBM Training College has been recognised with the ‘best catering services’ award by the Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS).

NBM Training College was awarded with the Best Catering Services award at a ceremony which took place in Blantyre on Thursday attended by Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism Salim Bagus.

Receiving the award, NBM Learning and Growth Centre Manager Abigail Madise said the centre is elated to be recognised in the particular category.



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