Enat Bank, the youngest so far within the banking industry, opened its fifth branch at the largest market area in Africa, Merkato, on July 12, 2014. The branch was named after Sinidu Gebru, who has accomplished many valuable endeavours during her life-time. Educated aboard at a time when being educated out of country was a challenging phenomenon even for boys at that time. |
Speaking on the occasion, her son, Ambassador Samuel Assefa, expressed his gratitude to Enat Bank for honoring his late mother in this manner.
W/ro Meaza Ashenafi, Chairperson of Enat Bank’s Board of Directors, on her part mentioned some of the accomplishments of W/ro Sinidu, as a trendsetter for many issues, like women’s rights, these days . She also noted that, “Merkato has, since Enat Bank’s establishment, been a vital part of our service zones. Through this new branch, we look forward to getting more involved with its business community.”
On his part, the President of Enat Bank, Ato Wondwossen Teshome, underlined that “Merkato offers our new and existing customers another convenient location with a whole lot of banking opportunities that they have come to expect from Enat Bank.”
The new branch is managed by Ato Estifanos Seme and is located at the central merkato – to the west of Tana Shopping Centre.
More about Enat Bank
Enat Bank is the first women’s bank in Ethiopia. Though the youngest within the banking industry of the country, there is, however, no denying the fact that it has already rocked the ground by mobilizing a total deposit of Birr 1.1 billion and a paid-up capital of Birr 260 million, only in a year’s time.
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