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“Our mission is to simplify banking services to enable Tanzanians to access these services wherever. Presently at the moment, anyone can open a bank account and access loans without necessarily visiting our branches as part of our Teleza Kidigitali campaign,” she said.
Through huge investments in digital innovations and virtual service delivery platforms,
Ms Zaipuna said the bank at the moment commands a network of over 20,000 banking agents located across the country as part of its commitment to take banking services closer to the people.
“We intend to bring on board more Tanzanians in the formal banking sector. We believe this will help formalise many sectors and increase the scope of tax collection,” Zaipuna said.
She said the bank has come up with tailor-made products for special groups including bodaboda riders and petty traders popularly known as machingas and urged youth across the country to embrace the bank’s opportunities to improve their economic life.
She said NMB services are 100 per cent available at the district level since it is the only financial institution that has a branch in every district.
The Minister for
“We will be implementing the Tanzania Generation Equality programme this year and some of the ingredients for the programme will contribute to the banks’ performance. Since NMB is one of the largest banks in terms of assets in
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