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BoI Wins Awards For Enhancing Financial Inclusion

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The Bank of Industry (BoI) has received top awards  for its role in financial inclusion, at the just concluded Sustainability, Enterprise and Responsibility Awards(SERAS) CSR Awards 2021.

BoI won the  award for the ‘Best Company in Financial Inclusion’ in recognition of its development impact in providing solutions to ensure that financial services are more accessible to unbanked and underbanked groups.

The bank also received the award for the ‘Best New Entry.’

Speaking on the awards, the managing director/chief executive officer, Bank of Industry, Mr. Olukayode Pitan, said: “we are honoured to be recognised for our continuous efforts and strategic investments aimed at improving financial health and inclusion within Nigeria’s business landscape and economy.

“We remain committed to galvanising more resources to scale up impact for economic, environmental and social responsibility, in line with our business strategy for sustainable development.

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“These awards align with our mission of transforming Nigeria’s industrial sector through sustainable business practices as Africa’s leading Development Finance Institution operating under global best practices.”

The SERAS is Africa’s first and foremost recognition for Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. Over the last 15 years, it has grown to become the gold-standard award and the most credible industry ceremony in Africa with representation from 19 African countries.

The ‘Best Company in Financial Inclusion’ award highlights the Bank of Industry’s significant efforts in deepening financial inclusion for micro enterprises through the development and execution of innovative financial and non-financial products.

This is to promote the use of technology and intermediaries to provide low-interest financing solutions to businesses in the informal, semi-formal and formal sectors.

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The bank said it remains committed to promoting sustainable development by creating long-term value through an integrated approach to social, environmental and economic development across our business operations and practices.

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