Board Chairman says he is committed to the institutional strengthening and efficiency of the AID Bank
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the AID Bank, Martin Charles, says there is need for the bank to sharpen its skills, products and services.
Charles, who was delivering the bank's annual report for the financial year ended June 30th 2015, says the institution has to remain relevant to its mandate.
This he believes is even more crucial with an upsurge of products and services once unique to the AID Bank, being offered at other financial institutions.
Charles continued that in order to better serve its target market, they must become able to handle more complex financial transactions and instruments.
He noted that institutional strengthening and efficiency is critical, especially in light of recent comments that the bank is too slow.
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