DCB Bank Plc’s Magomeni branch wins gold award for performa

30Jan 2017
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
DCB Bank Plc’s Magomeni branch wins gold award for performa

MAGOMENI branch of DCB Bank Plc won this year’s Chairman’s Performance Award for 2016 thanks to outstanding performance including issuing 60.6bn/- in loans.

Edmund Mkawawa

The branch which is one of the largest of all DCB Bank Plc outlets in the commercial capital, beat 10 other branches which participated in the competition.

Presenting Chairman’s Performance Award to DCB Magomeni Branch Manager, Grey Mtandika, DCB Bank Plc Board Chairman, Prof Lucian Msambichaka paid tribute to the branch’s management for emerging overall winners of 2016 Chairman’s Performance Award.

“I join you today to celebrate your achievements, you have done a commendable job because you have consistently stood for entrepreneur groups which you have assisted to grow their businesses,” Prof Msambichaka noted.

DCB Chairman’s Award was officially introduced in 2010 to motivate the performance of branches with Tabata branch winning it in 2012.

The Board Chairman called on other branch managers and their staff to learn from their colleague and come up with comprehensive strategies that will enable them win the coveted award.

“I know you have ability to do it, don’t give up, branch managers sit down with your teams and come up with new ideas that will help our bank to move forward and be more competitive,” he urged.

DCB Bank Plc Managing Director, Edmund Mkwawa also commended Magomeni branch leadership for their performance saying they deserve the internal bank award aimed at boosting competitiveness among its employees.

Mkwawa pointed out that Magomeni branch has excelled in serving credit and savings cooperative societies and other savings mobilization groups through Solidarity Group Loans.

“Congratulations for a job well done and make sure that you maintain the good services to our customers,” the MD noted.

During the event, 16 other DCB Bank Plc staff from different branches in Dar es Salaam were awarded for exemplary performance. They received checks of between 200 and 500,000/-.

Solidarity Group Lending Manager from Magomeni Branch, Maria Kabeho received a check worth 500,000/- for her good performance.

Nine Solidarity Group Lending Supervisors also received checks worth 300,000/-each while five Solidarity Group Lending Officers got 200,000/- each.

In the past 15 years, the bank has disbursed a record 515.3bn/- in loans to 456,036 entrepreneurs.

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