Keystone Bank restates support for SMEs with Growbiz Account:

Keystone Bank Nigeria Limited has made it clear that the bank will commit to the support of the growth and success of small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria.
The importance of SME’s to the growth of the economy, stating that the current employment rate could be bolstered if SMEs are provided with a conducive ecosystem with which to thrive and this he said, is not only the purview of the government. “While the government is making efforts to increase the ease of doing business in Nigeria, Financial institutions have a significant role to play in supporting SMEs and this is why Keystone Bank is repositioning its GrowBiz Account to create financial options for businesses.

The importance of SMEs to the development of the nation’s economy noting that they provide a means of employment generation, improvement of local technology, output diversification, development of indigenous entrepreneurship and forward integration with large-scale industries. “Today in Nigeria, many factors have contributed to the underperformance of microenterprises and their contributions to economic growth. Keystone Bank seeks to help bridge the gap by not only providing finance but by offering financial advisory services and relevant platforms to assist in business growth”. Keystone Bank has been at the forefront of supporting micro enterprises as it drives economic growth from the

Keystone Bank has been at the forefront of supporting micro enterprises as it drives economic growth from the grassroots of the society. Recently, the bank in conjunction with the Enugu State Ministry of Commerce & Industry provided support to Micro, Small and Medium scale enterprises within the state as part of an on-going government initiative. Growbiz account is designed to meet the needs of business owners and organizations; sole proprietors, partnerships & limited liability companies. The product is available in two variants: GrowBiz Gold Account (with minimum balance); GrowBiz Classic Account (without minimum balance). Each variant is broken down into three segments Individuals, SMEs/Traders, Corporates.

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