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 Vision

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 Donation to Kacheche Day Secondary School

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Kachere Donation

Somewhere in the northern region of Malawi, there is a small village that lies in between mountains called Chingerezi Mithi in the Traditional Authority of Jalavikuwa in Mzimba District. In that village there is Kacheche Community Day Secondary School that caters for all young men and girls from the village and other surrounding villages. Being very far from the City of Mzuzu and Mzimba Boma, it is difficult for the learners to get what they need most to improve the quality of their education. The students lack basic items like writing materials, chalk, classroom cleaning materials among other small items. The school also relies on drawing water from the village borehole and often times, priority of drawing water is given to the villagers and not the school.

NBM Awards Best Students At MZUNI

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NBM Awards Best Students At MZUNI

National Bank of Malawi plc has invested K7.6 million towards scholarships and awarding of outstanding sudents at the Mzuzu University (Mzuni)

NBM Chief Executive Officer Mcfussy Kawawa said investing in education is a key component in developing the country

Kawawa challenged the awardees to focus on their education and refrain from erratic behaviour

NBM interacts with Women, Youth Entrepreneurs in Mzuzu

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NBM INTERACTS WITH WOMEN, YOUTH ENTREPRENEURS IN MZUZU

National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc says that lack of business information and failure to access finance and markets are among the challenges hindering women and youth entrepreneurs in the country.

NBM plc Chief Executive Officer, Mcfussy Kawawa said this at the weekend when the Malawi stock exchange listed firm interacted with women and youth entrepreneurs from the northern region on access to finance and business management skills, among other issues.

He said the bank has been organizing similar events with women and youth entrepreneurs to impact business information which would in turn boost their businesses.

MO626 Basketball Returns

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Mo626 Basketball

The commercial city of Blantyre was painted blue as the country’s basketball fraternity descended on Polytechnic court to witness the launch of the 2019-2020 National Bank of Malawi (NBM) Mo626 College Basketball tournament on Saturday

The carnival started with a procession from the Bank’s Head office in Blantyre through Masauko Chipembere Highway to Polytechnic.

Members of the local basketball fraternity, led by the Basketball Association of Malawi (BASMAL) officials brought Blantyre to a standstill as they matched to the match venue while chanting and waving NBM banners and flyers.

National Bank Donates to Malamulo Hospital

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National Bank Donates to Malamulo Hospital

National Bank Of Malawi (NBM) plc has donated hospital theatre equipment to Malamulo Mission Hospital in Thyolo District.

The bank made a donation after the call for support from m the hospital.

Among other items, the bank has donated a theatre bed, oxygen concentrators and monitors worth over K5 million.

Making the donation, NBM Chief Executive Officer Mcfussy Kawawa said the bank values good health hence supporting the hospital.

National Bank Unveils Development Bank

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Development Bank

Malawi’s biggest commercial bank by assets and profitability, National Bank of Bank (NBM), unveiled NBM Development bank which seeks to offer long term financing to businesses

Unveiling the Development Bank in the Lilongwe, NBM Chief Executive Officer, Mcfussy Kawawa who is also the NBM Development Bank Chairperson, said the entity will help business achieve their long term plans.

NBM Awards Brainy Students

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National Bank of Malawi plc gave a total of K7 million to 16 best performing students in the constituent colleges of the University of Malawi (UNIMA).The funds are equivalent of the annual school tuition for the students.

The Bank, also donated K3 million kwacha to the University of Malawi Centre for Excellence, Ethics and Governance.

During the cheque presentation ceremony, at the Polytechnic Blantyre, NBM Chief Executive Officer Mcfussy Kawawa said the support was aimed at challenging the students to work hard and be innovative.