In a bid to expand the major course of accessibility in the banking circuit across the business hub of West Africa, the award winning financial institute ‘Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTBank)’ recently opened a new branch, located on Ikorodu road, by Town-Planning, Ilupeju area of Lagos.
The new branch comes as a sigh of relief for the bank customers around the municipal and its environs who have been clamouring for the extension of the bank at Anthony Maryland and Ilupeju, due to huge customer traffic at its branch.
The just opened branch commenced its activities during the festival holiday with the construction was said to have been completed in less than three-month by Lagos based contractor; (United Integrated Construction Limited, CA8DE), equipped with an ATM that accepts VISA, MasterCard, Maestro, Cirrus and China Union Pay (CUP) cards issued from anywhere in the world.
Also customers can also enjoy e-banking solutions such as GeNS (Guaranty Electronic Notification System) for instant alerts on all transactions, Internet Banking, SMS Banking, Statement via Email, Slip-Free banking and other payment systems ideal for shops and businesses such as MasterCard enabled Point of Sale (POS) terminals.
A female senior staff of the bank whose name is withheld spoke to AirwavesReports.com that the major part of the institute brand-promise is to cherish its customers and make it easier for all to access and experience superior banking services wherever they might find themselves; be it at home, work or in the marketplace.
She further stated that GTBank is extremely customer-focused bank ‘‘We want all customers, regardless of social class or status, to be able to reach us with less hassle’’ she added.
Meanwhile, the African foremost financial institution ‘Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTBank)’ recently reaffirmed its position as a leading global brand with its recent recognition as the ‘Bank of the Year’ during the Banker Awards held in London, United Kingdom