Emir Aminu Ado Bayero Endorses The Alternative Bank’s Entrance into Kano’s Financial Landscape

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L-R: Executive Director with The Alternative Bank, Garba Mohammed and Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Bayero during the inauguration of a branch of The Alternative Bank in Kano recently

 

 

.In a historic move, the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, gives his official endorsement to The Alternative Bank, Nigeria’s largest ethical bank, as it inaugurates its first independent branch in the ancient city. The Emir hails the bank’s arrival as a transformative force set to revolutionize the financial dynamics of the state, emphasizing its commitment to ethical principles and long-term economic growth.

 

During the grand launch of The Alternative Bank’s standalone branch in Kano, Emir Aminu Ado Bayero expressed his belief that the bank’s presence heralds a new era in banking, bringing about a significant shift in the financial landscape of the state. He underlined the vital role financial institutions play in shaping society and commended The Alternative Bank for its dedication to ethics, transparency, and substantial economic development.

Emir Bayero emphasized that The Alternative Bank stands as a testament to a commitment beyond mere profit margins, stressing its role as a responsible financial entity. He urged the community to support the bank in its pursuit of ethical banking practices and its contribution to positive societal impact.

Garba Mohammed, the Executive Director of The Alternative Bank, echoed the sentiment, proudly declaring the bank’s dedication to serving the people. Mohammed highlighted the bank’s ethical investment decisions and its unique approach of sharing profits with customers, emphasizing a commitment to shared prosperity.

Describing the bank as a force for positive change, Mohammed explained its focus on channeling resources into projects that uplift communities, empower individuals, and contribute to the greater good. He stressed the importance of responsible and sustainable banking, aiming for long-term prosperity while minimizing adverse effects on the environment and society.

Mohammed pointed out that The Alternative Bank’s appeal extends beyond faith, making it an inclusive choice for everyone. He called on the community to embrace the bank, aligning with Islamic teachings on the banking system. Established in 2014 as Sterling Bank Alternative Finance, The Alternative Bank has evolved into a leading player in Nigeria’s non-interest banking sector, obtaining a license from the Central Bank of Nigeria to operate as a non-interest banking institution.


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