The Sunday Mail
Stanbic Bank, is this month celebrating 30 years of service provision in Zimbabwe, which has seen the leading financial services institution contributing significantly to the country’s socio-economic growth.
Stanbic CEO, Mr Solomon Nyanhongo, said the bank has supported the full spectrum of Zimbabwe’s economic sectors over the last three decades in addition to looking after the needs of its customers.
He added that Stanbic has weathered all sorts of socio-economic challenges to become a solid and consistent financial services provider with a focus to drive Zimbabwe’s growth.
The quest to drive Zimbabwe’s growth, has seen The Standard Bank Group subsidiary supporting industry and commerce, the agricultural sector, infrastructure development as well as propping up the needs of communities it operates in.
“We have contributed millions of dollars to support several infrastructure development initiatives with a direct bearing on the economic development of the country.
“As we always say, Zimbabwe is our home and we are determined to drive her growth. We are more than committed to make Zimbabwe great,” said Mr Nyanhongo.
The CEO said Stanbic Bank does not just exist to make profits but has the interest of the community it operates in at heart.
“Our corporate social investment initiatives are carefully structured to ensure that they positively impact the community in which we operate.
“Through these initiatives we have helped construct community bridges, classroom blocks, Mothers’ Waiting Homes, supplied life-saving equipment for health institutions throughout the country, provided bursaries, drilled boreholes and supported various associations who look after the disadvantaged just to mention a few,” said Mr Nyanhongo.