ZANACO reaffirms commitment to Zambian economy, as bank celebrates at 55


ZANACO Bank PLC has reaffirmed its commitment to the Zambian economy, as it launches a campaign to celebrate its 55 years of existence.

Firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Mukwandi Chibesakunda, noted that the bank had been an integral part of Zambia’s economic and social fabric providing support to various sectors.

Chibesakunda at the ZANACO@55 media launch recently in Lusaka said the financial institution had played a pivotal role in driving economic growth, empowering individuals and businesses and contributing to the development of Zambia.

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“We recognise that a thriving economy, sustainable environment and empowered communities are essential for the well-being of Zambia, our home.

ZANACO will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping a brighter future for all,” she said.

Chibesakunda also talked about the bank’s journey of transformation through innovation and technology which she pointed out that had been instrumental in shaping the firm.

She explained that the bank had embraced digital transformation to provide convenient, secure and efficient banking services, ensuring that it remained at the forefront of the industry.

“Through innovative solutions, we have enhanced our offerings and customer experience and accelerated financial inclusion especially in unbanked communities.

“I am proud to announce that our ZANACO xpress agency footprint has continued to grow and currently at over 27,000 countrywide and is the largest in the country,” Chibesakunda said.

On the campaign, Chibesakunda said this year would be a hive of activity, showcasing what the bank had done in the last 55 years and it would do beyond the 55 years across all facets.

“Today we are launching a campaign where we will have 55 winners of cash prizes worth K5000 every month for six months with the grand prize being three-bedroomed house.

“Our customers will simply need to maintain a balance of K5000 monthly, while new customers can open a salary account and maintain a balance of K5000 monthly,” she said.

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