Fidelity Bank Restates Commitment to Economic Development, rewards loyalty Customers

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Nnamdi Okonkwo: Managing Director Fidelity Bank Plc

Fidelity Bank Plc has said it will continue to support the federal government drive to grow the economy. The Chief Executive Officer, of the bank, Mr. Nnamdi Okonkwo, said this at the bank special day at the ongoing 2016 Lagos International Trade Fair in Lagos.

Okonkwo, who was represented by an Executive Director of the bank, Mr. Adeyeye Adepegba, said Fidelity Bank success story was anchored on improved service quality, innovative products and services tailored to meet the varying needs of our numerous customers, which is beyond generic financial intermediation.

According to him all around us, we see many reasons to believe in our outlook to business, the Fidelity way of seeing and doing things; the Fidelity culture. Our efforts aimed at aiding the diversification of the country monolithic economy has been celebrated world over.

Interestingly, we have continued to channel significant human and financial resources into the real sector, particularly in the area of can manufacturing, food and beverages, and Independent Power Projects (IPPs).

He explained that similarly, we have continued to demonstrate our commitment to our unwritten social contract with the community through our inventive corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, adding that the bank was committed to the long-term expansion of the business of its customers by leveraging on its expertise and professionals.

Our bank offers a broad spectrum of products and services that meet the ever-growing requirements of our teeming customer. Specifically, we have six variants of savings products that cater to the needs of various market segments that the bank focuses he said.

Also, at the event, the bank also presented prizes to its 10 loyalty cash reward beneficiaries who are its FPSS and SWEETA account holders.

It worthy to note that these loyalty reward recipients are selected quarterly and over N1.7 billion has been paid in the last 15 months when the scheme commenced.

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