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INDO Zambia Bank (IZB) will next month roll out its agency banking facility to provide banking services to the unbanked population while empower the community.

This will go with the Indo Digital accounts which will ensure access to a bank account for all, according to the IZB Zambia Managing Director, Shashidar Kowdichar.

“We are not only supporting businesses and individuals to succeed in reaching their financial goals but are also enabling the best and convenient banking experience for our customers with Indo Mobile Banking and Indo Net Banking.

“And next month, we will be empowering the community with the Indo Agency Banking Facility while our Indo digital accounts will ensure the access to a bank account for all,” Mr Kowdichar said in Lusaka.

He also indicated that the Bank has over the past 37 years of its existence demonstrated its commitment to society through different initiatives.

Mr Kowdichar explained that these initiatives included rendering support to start up Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), self-help groups at the grassroots level of the society, recruitment of fresh young graduates, and opening of branches in rural and unbanked areas of the economy.

“The Bank has been a reliable partner in supporting the country development initiatives in agriculture, health, man-ufacturing, tourism and mining having deployed over K3.1 billion as on date in financing support to these growth sectors of the economy,” he said.


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