According to Carbon Finance, the banking industry will undergo a transformation that will increase customer accessibility and flexibility.
The business changed its name to Carbon in 2019 and received a Microfinance Banking License from the Central Bank of Nigeria with a renewed focus to evolve into a fully functional digital financial services platform that provides loans, cost-effective bill payments, free fund transfers, and high-yield savings and investment options.
One Credit, a physical consumer lender focused on the Nigerian market, started operations in 2012, according to a statement. In 2016, the company shifted focus and became a digital lender through its Paylater app, with a focus on making it easier to access consumer credit services.
Chijioke Dozie, the bank’s co-founder and CEO, spoke about the bank’s 10th anniversary offering and mission, saying, “At Carbon, we’re really proud of what we’ve achieved, thanks to our customers and to the humans at Carbon. . As we look back over the past ten years and the years ahead, we want to put more emphasis on our customers’ needs, ensure we are responding to market trends and transforming the way Nigerians make payments.
“Time is the most precious resource we have as humans, and by embracing Carbon Zero, our customers can be much more resourceful with their money.”
Plus, with our recently launched “Zero Carbon” purchase offer, which gives you the freedom to buy what you want, when you want, without breaking the bank at 0% interest, according to Ngozi Dozie , who is also a co-founder,
Summary of news:
- Carbon finance will change the face of online banking
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