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NBM hands over K36.3M TB Ward to QECH

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NBM hands over K36.3M TB Ward to QECH

National Bank of Malawi plc (NBM) has handed over a K36.3M refurbished Tuberculosis (TB )ward at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital.

Speaking during the handover ceremony, NBM Head of Personal and Business Banking Oswin Kasunda said the ward will help TB patients to live in a conducive environment during their treatment.

He said, " We all know that TB treatment takes a lot of time and patients need a good environment as they stay along period in the hospital. It is our hope that the rehabilitated facility will be looked after properly and every installation will remain in its place for the benefits of the patients."

NBM wins international SME award

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SME Award

Listed National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has won an international award for innovative solutions and social impact in Micro-, Small and Medium Enterprise finance.

The European Investment Bank (EIB), Bank for the European Union, gave out the award to NBM Head of Personal and Business Banking Oswin Kasunda at the 3rd EIB Southern Africa SME &Microfinance Academy held in South Africa last week.

EIB said in a statement that NBM plc won the award for organizing regional customer events that include training on Business Planning, Financial Management and taxes in cooperation with partners.

National Bank of Malawi donates to Pashello Orphanage

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National Bank of Malawi donates to Pashello OrphanageMalawi Stock Exchange-listed National Bank of Malawi (NBM) on Friday donated various food items worth K500, 000 to Pashello Charitable Trust at Ngabu in Chikwawa District.
Pashello Charitable Trust runs an orphanage which looks after over 100 orphans and vulnerable children in Chikwawa and also offers support to needy students in secondary schools and colleges.

National Bank Goes Green Again

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National Bank of Malawi in Partnership with Malawi Defence Force and the Archdiocese of Blantyre has set aside the 6th January as the NBM tree planting day as part of the Go Green Initiative which Started last year. The Bank planted the trees at Zomba Mountain and the Catholic Institute (C.I) Parish.

This year, NBM is maintaining the Partnership with Malawi Defence Force, Archdiocese of Blantyre and the Directorate of Forestry to plant a total of 100,000 tree seedlings in Mzuzu, Blantyre, Lilongwe Karonga and Zomba.

Electronic Transactions to Reduce Congestion in Banking Halls

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Electronic Transactions to Reduce Congestion in Banking HallsNational Bank of Malawi  says that the electronic transactions has the potential of reducing the congestion in the banking halls as customers can transact in the comfort of their homes and offices.

Most of the times, the banking halls are characterized by long winding queues as most customers want to transact over the counter to make the deposits and withdraws.

NBM interacts with Mzuzu Customers

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NBM interacts with Mzuzu CustomersNational Bank of Malawi Held  cocktail in Mzuzu to interact with customers. During the cocktail, Chief Executive Officer, Mcfussy Kawawa spoke on the current power situation that has affected the bank in many ways. He said that most  productivity in most companies has gone down and this has led to reduction in the number of people that are borrowing from the banks.

NBM interacts with Mulanje SMEs

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NBM interacts with Mulanje SMEs

National Bank of Malawi interacted with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with business tips aiming at easing their hurdles in accessing finance and boosting their businesses.

NBM Head of Personal and Business Banking, Oswin Kasunda described the interaction as the best so far in terms of attendance and participation.

" We have received feedback that we needed as a bank because we had a lively audience and we are happy with how our customers in Mulanje are responding to new developments in the bank." he said.



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