Best Bank In Nigeria Award Won By Zenithbank Plc
Pinnacle Bank Plc has arisen the Bank of the Year in Nigeria at The Banker's Bank of the Year Awards 2020.
This is coming soon after the bank got the honors for the Most Valuable Banking Brand in Nigeria and the Number One Bank in Nigeria by Tier-1 Capital which it won before in the year.
The Bank of the Year Award which was reported by the Banker Magazine, Financial Times Group, the United Kingdom during the virtual honors function depended on each banks capacity to convey returns, pick up vital bit of leeway and serve the financial area.
The Banker's Bank of the Year Award is viewed as the business standard for banking greatness. The Award is challenged by the world's driving monetary organizations, with champs chose across Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America and Western Europe.
The Managing Director/CEO of Zenith Bank Plc, Ebenezer Onyeagwu further depicted the honor as euphoric one and a decent tribute for the bank.
"It is a thing of Joy for us in Zenith Bank to have been perceived by The Banker, Financial Times Group, as the Bank of the year 2020 in Nigeria.
"I devote this honor to our staff for their responsibility, stubbornness, imagination and exceptionally remarkable abilities.
"It is in the abilities of our staff that the Bank has kept on building dynamic skills and capacities that are driving our business for proceeded with prevalent execution", Onyeagwu said.
Peak Bank has kept on separating itself in the Nigerian monetary administrations area, offering first class administrations and exceptional client experience.
Additionally, with regards to advanced tasks, the bank has stayed top of the stepping stool as it is the first in conveying diverse creative items and arrangements that have been valuable in guaranteeing comfort, speed and wellbeing of activities.
As one of the evidences of its flexibility and market initiative, Zenith Bank reported a great outcome for the year finished December 31, 2019, with benefit after expense (PAT) of N208.8 billion, accomplishing the accomplishment as the principal Nigerian Bank to cross the N200 billion imprint.