UBA launches chat banking in Liberia
UBA Liberia launched its chat banking product, Leo, on Wednesday, October 16th 2019, and the MD/CEO, Olalekan Balogun, who introduced the online banking platform said the aim of the product launch is to make banking easy and convenient, especially in this 21st century, where activities have become fast-paced.
Balogun expressed appreciation to the students and participants who turned out for the launch of the product on the campus of the African Methodist Episcopal University and encouraged them to be a part of the digital age in banking that is being introduced by UBA.
Earlier, Melody Mezay Ketter, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications at UBA Liberia, who emphasised the importance of banking, informed the students of the many digital products UBA offers, adding that LEO is one of the many banking products being introduced by UBA, to encourage financial inclusion as part of the Central Bank of Liberia’s vision.
David Ojo, UBA’s Head of Digital Banking Sales, made a step by step description about how to access the product and explained that the idea of the Digital Product which started in 2017, is finally being introduced in Liberia.
The Central Bank of Liberia Assistant Director for IT and Cyber Security Regulation and Supervision Diakae Al Lewis, Sr., lauded the Bank for the digital penetration in the banking sector.
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