AB Bank has rewarded its esteemed clients who participated in the Savings Tombola in a colorful prize Giveaway Ceremony that took place at Mattina Motel 27th March at 9AM.
The lucky winners stand to win Solar Lamps, Radio Sets, TV, Fridge and a Motorbike
This Tombola was launched on 1st December 2017 and was meant to encourage customers to sign up to exciting saving products that the Bank has been offering to its customers in line with the government initiative to promote a saving culture among the Rwandans working in both formal and informal sectors.
To qualify for a winning prize, AB Bank customers were encouraged to open a saving account and save at least RWF 25,000 and above.
The tombola has been successful in attracting new customers and increasing the bank deposits.
Commenting on the results of this Tombola, the Chief Executive Officer, Arah Sadava said “We deeply appreciate the response of our customers to this initiative and we are encouraged to continue providing products and services aligned to our customer needs. Our savings products such as IKIMINA account has proved to be very popular with almost 2000 members to date as well as our school fees loan which was launched earlier this year”. She added that such promotional initiatives will continue to support the financial inclusion and a savings culture.
Narcice Singirankabo, a resident of Rwampara, Nyarugenge District who won a brand new motorcycle said that the bike worth Rwf1.1 million will ease his business operations.
About AB Bank Rwanda
AB Bank Rwanda is a fully-fledged microfinance bank, which offers a wide range of financial products that serve both retail and corporate clients. AB Bank also offers loan products for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).
The bank has over 5 branches in Rwanda; 4 located in Kigali (Nyamirambo, Kimironko, Gakinjiro/Gisozi and the Headquarter branch) as well as 1 in Musanze covering the northern part of the country.
AB Bank Rwanda is a subsidiary of the Access Holding network of banks serving 6 countries in Africa, 3 in Europe and 1 in Central Asia and 1 in South America. The Bank shareholders are AccessHolding Microfinance AG based in Germany, KFW – the German Development Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank Group.