‘Fidelity Bank Remains Committed to Plans, CSR’
The Managing Director, Fidelity Bank Plc, Nnamdi Okonkwo has said the Nigerian commercial bank is committed to achieving its five-year strategic plan, and developing the society through its corporate social responsibility programmes.
Okonkwo said this in Lagos during the bank’s end-of-year party, organised to celebrate 10 years of doing good in the country and to appreciate its customers and other stakeholders.
He said, “Last year, when we had this event, we spoke about a new dawn and set a five-year strategic plan; we are happy that things are going well as planned. About 30 years ago, we started the Fidelity Helping Hand Programme, but at this year’s end-of-year party, we chose to talk about how Fidelity Bank has been doing well in the past 10 years.
“We started by dividing our CSR into four parts, which are health, environment, education and social welfare. Last year, we included youth empowerment.”
Okonkwo noted that the end of 2018 would mark the bank’s first year of implementing its five-year strategic plan.
He said he was blessed with a competent board and dedicated staff, committed to helping the bank to achieve its objectives.
The Chairman, Ernest Ebi, said the bank used the annual event to thank all it stakeholders for their support throughout the year.
He added, “We are passionate about serving you; we are customer-centric and we look forward to having great a customer experience with you.”
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