Standard Bank, listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE) is commemorating its 50th Anniversary starting Thursday April 11 2019.
The bank’s Chief Executive in Malawi, William le Roux expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all Malawians for the support they have rendered to the bank.
“Standard Bank wishes to express its profound gratitude to all Malawians and key partners for their support during our first 50 years,” he said.
He further added that they will continue serving Malawians by offering good and quality services.
“We promise to remain a solid partner in the many decades to come,” he said.
Roux continued by thanking Malawian standard bank employees for their commitment.
“We would also like to take this opportunity to thank and recognize all employees for their role in supporting growth of the Bank,” he said.
As one way of celebrating the banks’ existence a number of activities to commemorate the anniversary have been lined up.
“On the occasion of our Golden Jubilee, we invite all our stakeholders and partners to join us in celebrating this great milestone. We look forward to hosting our various customers, the regulator, Private Sector, NGOs, and international organizations,” Roux said.
Starting with a high-profile stakeholders’ appreciation dinner on April 30 at Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe where Standard Bank Chief Executive (Africa Regions) Sola David -Bohra will be in attendance.
Previously Standard Bank was known as Commercial Bank of Malawi (CBM), the Bank was registered on 15th March 1969 as a joint venture between Malawi Government, Press Corporation, (then Press Holdings Ltd) and Banco Pinto Sotto Mayor.