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Business: NFC Bank solidifies relationship with Client-Zeus Technology on Recreation Day

By Bakah Derick 


The staff of National Financial Credit (NFC) Bank SA Bamenda branch have played a football match with one of their Client-Zeus Technology. The entertainment and relaxation fixture at upstation Bamenda on Saturday 1 April 2023 according to the Branch Manager had as objective to solidify the relationship a trusted client and also offer a recreational opportunity for the workers of her institution. 
"The football match was just a friendly encounter and it was like a means of relaxation after putting many hours in our office duties." Mangwi Relidis told www.hilltopvoices.com 

Engaging as the fixture was with NFC Bank punching bellow the belt, the end point was recreation. 
"We are very satisfied not only because of the match but because we had more time to interract with the entired Zeus Tech workers." The branch manager noted 

Speaking at the end of the game, the Chief executive officer of Zeus Technology expressed gratitude to NFC Bank for the invite and moment of communion. According to Anye Derrick, the moment was absolutely necessary. He relished every moment spent together and expressed the wish for another soonest. 
With Zeus Tech not being the first, the Branch manager believes that building a good and cordial customer relationship is important for every business community. 


"Customer relationships is not only about the business  and making money but making out time to know more about the individuals and how they function out of thier business plcaes and also taking part in other social activities." Mangwi said 

Created in December 1989 and licensed as a commercial bank in 2006, NFC Bank works “To be the dominant player by providing financial inclusive retail banking products and services in the CEMAC sub-region and a reliable partner to SMEs, SMIs and Corporates.”

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