12th of September, 2012 –Lagos
Wema Bank PLC, Nigeria’s most resilient and longest surviving indigenous banking brand, recently hosted the quarterly meeting of the International Chambers of Commerce, Nigeria (ICCN) to deliberate on “Ways of Improving the Nigerian Banking Technique and Practice” at its Head Office in Lagos, Nigeria.
The meeting was held not only to chart a way forward for improving the Banking industry’s techniques but also to deliberate on best banking practice for trade and investments in Nigeria, to meet up with global standards.
One of the high points of the discussions was centered around the proposed automation of the Form M process by CBN in which solutions were proffered on the best way it could be implemented/achieved.
In his comments, Demola Adebise, Executive Director at Wema Bank reiterated Wema Bank’s commitment to the development and advancement of the Nigerian Banking Industry. He also stressed that the bank will continue to push the frontiers of technological and process innovation as it has continually done for the past 67years.
Established in 1945, Wema Bank is Nigeria’s most resilient and longest surviving indigenous banking brand. With its unique brand of relationship banking based on its ‘Purple Line Philosophy’, the bank offers a host of retail banking, commercial & corporate banking, trade services, e-banking services, SME banking and financial advisory services to a diversified client base. For more information, visit