Officially opened on Friday November 8, 2019, the ceremony was presided over by the Divisional Officer of Douala 5 and inaugurated in the presence of Dominique Mahend and Marguerite Atanga, Managing Director and Deputy Managing Director of UBA bank Cameroon respectively.
It is the second branch in Douala 5 Sub-Division and the 8th in the town of Douala located adjacent to Super U Bonamousadi.
Marguerite Atanga while addressing the ceremony participants said the opening of the Bonamoussadi branch is explained by the major changes observed in the economic and social landscape of Douala 5 in just a decade.
“It is a contribution to the financing of major Cameroon State projects, as well as multinational and other company projects;
A commitment to finance local companies, especially SMEs, accounting for more than 80% of the economic landscape, strong participation in financial inclusion and facilitation of people’s access to bank services by opening bank accounts with an initial deposit of XAF 1,000;
It also brings innovative digital banking solutions like Magic Banking or Leo and lays emphasis on social responsibility through several initiatives in schools, hospitals and orphanages”
Douala 5 now has large and small enterprises that create many jobs, a diverse population of nearly 5,000 inhabitants. Opening a UBA branch in Bonamoussadi equally responds to the bank’s need to be close to its existing and new customers.
The representative of the Divisional Officer of Douala 5, on behalf of the government, invited the new team of the Bonamoussadi branch to pay attention to quality service, speed, friendliness and customer awareness.
The branch is headed by Mathurin Voundi, it has two floors, a dozen offices and 3 ATMs.
It also gives Douala 5 people the ability to enjoy various UBA bank services like Mobile banking, U-direct, E-statements and E-alerts .
Operating in Cameroon since December 2007, UBA now has more than 100,000 customers nation wide.
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