One of the country’s commercial banks, FDH Bank has scooped two awards by the Global Banking and Finance Review.
The awards are Best Retail Bank and Fastest Growing Retail Bank in Malawi.
FDH Bank’s Managing Director, Phillip Madinga on Friday attributed the awards to the bank’s aspiration of becoming the leading provider of first class banking solutions in Malawi and the Southern African Region.
He said the awards demonstrate the bank’s commitment to producing world-class and competitive banking solutions that meet the growing demand of banking products and services in the country.
Madinga said, as a home-grown and a home bred bank, FDH Bank keeps growing in strength to create a group of energetic, professional and morally sound teams relevant to both market and client needs.
He said the approach taken by the bank, strives to enable products and services offered to clients that redefine banking experience in Malawi by allowing customers to grow to greatness.
“Our aspiration is to be a leading bank in Malawi and within our region. We are proud of what we have achieved so far in the short period that we have been in existence. We are proud to be recognised as the Best Retail Bank but also the Fastest Growing Bank in Malawi for 2014.
“FDH Bank will continue to strive for excellence and innovation with the aim of adding value to our clients. I am confident that these accolades by the Global Banking and Finance Review will speak volumes of our position on the market and eventually inspire us to achieve greater heights”, said Madinga.
FDH Bank which started operations in February 2008 has a network of 12 branches and agencies across the country and a total of 28 ATMs.
The Global Banking and Finance Review Awards were created to recognise companies of all sizes that are prominent in particular areas of expertise and excellence within the global financial community.
The awards are known throughout the global banking and financial community. They reflect the innovation, achievement, strategy, progressive and inspirational changes taking place within the financial sector.