The United Bank of Africa Plc (UBA) wins the ‘African Bank of the Year’ award
United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc has reaffirmed its administrative role across Africa, winning the African Bank Of The Year 2021 Award by The Banker Magazine.
The Banker Magazine is a main worldwide money news distribution distributed by the Financial Times of London.
UBA’s strong monetary presentation, its phenomenal help conveyance to clients and its ceaseless job of working with fast financial development across the African landmass were a portion of the reasons that prompted the bank to be named best bank in 12 of its African auxiliaries and in Nigeria.
UBA Benin, UBA Nigeria Plc, UBA Burkina Faso, UBA Congo Brazzaville, UBA Chad, UBA Cameroon, UBA Guinea, UBA Gabon, UBA Cote D’Ivoire, UBA Senegal, UBA Liberia, UBA Zambia and UBA Sierra Leone all came out top as the best banks in their respective countries.
This won’t be a first for UBA. In 2020, six of its auxiliaries in Benin, Cote D’Ivoire, Chad, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Zambia were victors of the Best Bank Grant. This year, the UBA Group is breaking a record with its uncommon successes as African Bank of the Year and Bank of the year in 13 countries. The absolute 14 honours make it the initial time ever throughout the entire existence of the right around 100 years of The investor, that any financial gathering will secure upwards of 14 successes in a solitary year.