Banking is more than numbers-Kagame

By IGIHE
On 6 May 2017 at 06:12

President Paul Kagame has said that the importance of a dynamic and competitive banking sector for Rwanda’s development cannot be emphasised enough. He made the remarks last evening at a Gala dinner to celebrate Bank of Kigali’s 50-year anniversary.
In his address, President Kagame highlighted that the story of Bank of Kigali, which is one of the oldest and largest banks in the country, is the story of Rwanda’s financial sector as a whole.
“Surviving for 50 year is not the real achievement. (...)

President Paul Kagame has said that the importance of a dynamic and competitive banking sector for Rwanda’s development cannot be emphasised enough. He made the remarks last evening at a Gala dinner to celebrate Bank of Kigali’s 50-year anniversary.

In his address, President Kagame highlighted that the story of Bank of Kigali, which is one of the oldest and largest banks in the country, is the story of Rwanda’s financial sector as a whole.

“Surviving for 50 year is not the real achievement. It is what the Bank of Kigali has become in that time that we are here to celebrate,” President Kagame said.

The Head of State further pointed out that investment requires confidence in stable and reliable financial institutions, able to supply adequate capital at affordable rates. He pledged Government’s support in creating a level playing field through sound regulation and an attractive business climate.

President Kagame reminded Bank of Kigali staff management, staff and shareholders that banking is not just numbers.

“Banking is really about the hopes and dreams of real people. It is about building home for our families, saving for our children’s education. It is also about having the personal financial security to be able to face life challenges without undue anxiety,” President Kagame emphasised.

The President called on the Private Sector to continue working together with Government towards making credit products more plentiful and affordable.

President Paul Kagame in a group photo with BK staff yesterday.

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