Jaiz Bank relocates head office to own building

Jaiz Bank Plc, the leading non-interest bank in Nigeria has relocated its Head Office to its own building, Jaiz Bank House, Abuja.

The movement is coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Bank, which commenced operations in 2012, with three branches in Abuja, Kano and Kaduna. The Bank currently has 46 branches across Nigeria.

The new Head Office, which is located at Plot 1073 J.S Tarka Street, Area 3, Garki, Abuja, is expected to provide the Bank with more visibility, enlarged space and an enhanced capacity to deliver excellent service to its stakeholders.

The Management said it is thankful to its esteemed customers and shareholders who have continued to support the Bank all along and appreciates the hardworking staff for their dedication to duty.

In the non-interest banking space in Nigeria, Jaiz Bank controls over 62 percent of assets, which is supported by a robust gross income of N23.74 billion as at end of September 2022 from N18.78 billion at the end of September 2021, representing 26.34 percent increment.

 

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