Advans Lafayette Microfinance Bank said as part of its expansion plans, it has opened another branch in Lagos, Nigeria.
It said this in a statement on its 10th year anniversary.
The statement said, “The new branch, the 30th branch opened by the bank, aims to provide financial services to the local communities, attract new clients and boost economic growth in the region.
“It is also a reflection of the bank’s strong business growth in Nigeria and a result of its strategic expansion drive in the country.”
According to the statement, the new branch in Trade Fair in Lagos, was strategically located to bring exceptional banking experiences closer to the bank’s customers so that they could always stay ahead of their financial goals.
The statement added, “It promises to offer customers the latest in banking technology through alternative channels offered by Advans Lafayette Microfinance Bank. With a range of financial products and services on offer, including savings accounts, loans, and insurance, the bank aims to provide tailored solutions to meet the diverse financial needs of its customers.”
The Managing Diector/Chief Executive Officer, Advans Lafayette Microfinance Bank, Gaetan Debuchy, said, “We are delighted to celebrate our 10th anniversary and the opening of our 30th branch in Nigeria. We remain committed to supporting economic growth and development across the country by providing accessible financial services to everyone.”
The Head of Marketing and Communications, Advans Lafayette Microfinance Bank, Kayode Abraham, said, “We are thrilled to be expanding our footprints in Nigeria. The opening of the new branch represents a significant milestone for us as it expands our reach and strengthens our position as a leading provider of financial services in Nigeria.
“We remain committed to delivering the best possible services to our clients and continue to grow and innovate. We are proud of our success story in Nigeria for over a decade.”