PARTNERSHIP

UBA Bank to offer payment solutions to regional lawyers

The partnership will also provide value in terms of access to hotels, airlines and travel agents

In Summary
  • The partnership will also provide value in terms of access to hotels, airlines and travel agents within the region
  • The Bank has been operating in Kenya since 2009 offering a full range of banking products and solutions.
CEO UBA Kenya Bank Mr. Chike Isiuwe (middle from left), presents the UBA Affinity VISA Card to the President of the East Africa Law Society, Bernard Oundo (middle from right). Looking on is the UBA Kenya Head of Retail Wilson Kamau and David Sigano from the East Africa Law Society Warm regards,
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 UBA Kenya Bank has partnered with the East Africa Law Society (EALS) to offer  a payment solution through the UBA/EALS Prepaid Affinity Card.

The collaboration will enable 20,000 members of the Law Society to pay for their membership,transact and enjoy discounts at various establishments throughout the East African region.

 According to UBA Bank CEO Chike Isiuwe, the lender  will leverage its presence across 20 countries in Africa to provide the EALS Members with a card solution that enables them to transact within the region and access their funds easily and conveniently.

''This partnership will solidify the bank’s strategy to provide innovative payment solutions and cross border connectivity across Africa and the East African Region in particular,''Isiuwe said.

UBA Kenya Bank facilitates international and regional trade, investments and remittances as well as provides access and convenient banking solutions to Corporates, SME’s and Individuals across the region.

The partnership will also provide value in terms of access to hotels, airlines and travel agents within the region and a seamless way to transact globally.

“We are proud to partner with UBA Kenya to deliver added value to our members through this partnership. This is a great step in building a strong regional bar that will support the integration of the East African Community,''EALS President Bernard Oundo said.

UBA Kenya Bank has recently opened two new branches in Nakuru and Mombasa in an effort to increase its footprint within the country.

This is part of the bank’s aggressive growth plan within the region and its intention to move closer to their customers.

The bank also has presence in Tanzania and Uganda.

The Bank has been operating in Kenya since 2009 offering a full range of banking products and solutions.