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LOTUS Bank Branches In Lagos

Last Updated on September 6, 2021 by Ope Quadri

In a few years from now, Nigeria may experience an increase in the number of non-interest banking as the number of SMEs who need interest-free continue to grow after the pandemic.

After Jaiz Bank PLC kicked started Islamic banking in 2003, it took another one, Sterling Alternative Finance, over a decade to emerge, while Taj Bank followed in 2019.

In one of our reports which is available at: https://infomediang.com/interest-free-loan-nigeria, we pointed out how interest-free can help SMEs to grow and expand as against double digits loans which is peculiar to other commercial banks in Nigeria.

The latest in town at the time of publication is LOTUS Bank, a Non-Interest Nigerian Bank with has its head office at Adetokunbo Ademola Street Eti-Osa LGA, Victoria Island, Lagos.

With its non-interest products for business owners, LOTUS Bank received its regional operation licence from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on July 21, 2021, and opened its doors for business the following month.

Less than two months after obtaining CBN licence, the bank which was founded by Hajara Adeola has now opened more branches, Nigeria’s commercial city of Lagos.

LOTUS which promises to uphold ethical banking and ethical investing aims to target the banked, millions of unbanked or under-banked Nigerian population through its extremely refined digital banking.

Branches of LOTUS Bank Nigeria

  • Idumagbo on Lagos Island,
  • Allen Avenue, Ikeja,
  • Oshodi Transport Interchange, Lagos Mainland

The launched with digital offerings, which enable customers to open accounts online on its website and transact via USSD banking.

The Managing Director of the bank, Mrs. Kafilat Araoye, while announcing the new office branches said:

“With evolving digital solutions and a millennial generation coming into centre-stage, LOTUS Bank is bringing onboard innovative and comprehensive non-interest compliant financial solutions in investment banking, consumer banking, asset management, private banking, and wealth management.”

On the board of the bank are seasoned bankers and investors whose interest in non-interest is exemplary great.

Our Take:

With its issues of free debit cards to account holders and zero account opening plus interest-free loans, other commercial banks in Nigeria have strong competition in the market

 

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