By Peter Egwuatu
Abbey Mortgage Bank Kick Starts the year 2023 on a high as it bagged a double investment rating.
Kicking the year off on a new high, Abbey received new ratings, ‘A-’ from Data Pro, a leading technology-driven credit rating agency.
According to Data Pro,: “the rating indicates good credit quality and the satisfactory capacity for timely payment of Financial Commitments. In short, Abbey Mortgage Bank is a bank that you can trust.”
In a statement by Abbey, : “This new rating comes merely a few months after we received a ‘BBB-’ rating from Agusto and CO, another reputable credit rating agency in Africa.
In a statement issued by DataPro ,they had nothing but praise for Abbey Mortgage Bank stating, “This bank, in our opinion, has a strong ability to meet its ongoing obligations. The DataPro Rating Committee authorised the rating after assessment of the bank’s financial performance, capital adequacy, asset quality, liquidity, profitability, corporate governance, risk management/factors as well as future outlook of its current healthy profile in the medium to long-term period.”
This certifies the bank as a financial institution of excellence and a force to be reckoned with in the banking industry. Furthermore, it gives the bank a boost in recognition for its prospective customers. In 2022, total assets stood at N44.102 billion, a 27.98% increase from the N34.460 billion reported in 2021 with a projection of N1.37 billion in interest income.
“We appreciate the recognition and proud of every one of our people committed to making Abbey Mortgage Bank a leading institution in the sector” – said Dipo Adeoye, Executive Director, Treasury & Business Growth of Abbey Mortgage Bank.
As the first month of the year draws to a close, the bank is well on the way to reaching new limits and exceeding expectations this 2023
[10:00, 02/02/2023] Peter Van: 👆Pls this is full story help rerun it now and send the link so that I can forward to her before their management meet. She said in 20 minutes the management will meet. Pls help her post now. Thanks
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